Monday 18th January
English (9:00 - 9:50)
Please log into Teams for a 20 minute English input.
Please then complete the worksheet below. Write your sentences straight into your book or use a printer and stick the sheet into your book neatly.
Independent Reading (9:50-10:00)
Log into Oxford Owl and choose a book to read from your coloured reading band. The log in for the website is:
Reading task (10:15-10:35)
Read this story:
Parker lived in a house near a hill. He had a green t-shirt with a football on it. He loved to play football.
He went to the park to see his friends. All of a sudden, it started to rain.
Parker stood under a bridge and waited for the rain to stop.
Then, he went to see his granny. His granny lived in a house near a pond. She passed him a cookie.
Write and underline the short date. 18.01.21
Now draw and label the main character in your green phonics book.
Challenge: Label the character using adjectives
Science (10:35 - 11:35)
Use the Explorify link to explore the zoom in zoom out activity. Every time, you zoom out think about...
- what could it be?
- what material is it made of?
- can you describe the colour and texture.
Did you guess what is was?
Then watch this video which describes the properties of the materials we looked at last week.
Please complete the following handwriting practice in your red handwriting books. Please write a whole line of each letter. Remember to write and underline today's date 18.01.21.
Maths (1:50 - 1:05)
Please log into Microsoft Teams for a 20 minute maths input.
Then complete pages 136 - 138 in your Power Maths book.
Using a ten frame
Phonics (1:50 - 2:10)
Watch and join in with the pre-recorded phonics lesson for your group. We have emailed you with details of which video your child should watch and join in with.
Please use Phonics play:
You may log in with the following details:
Phase 3 - read these words
Phase 5 phonics session 18.01.21
Phase 5 phonics task 18.01.21
Science (2:10 - 3:20)
Please use the worksheet below to complete your science learning. You need to tick what properties each material has. Look in your house for objects made of these materials and explore their properties.
If you have a printer please feel free to print and complete then stick into your gold science book.
If not, please use the video below for an example of how to set it out.