Hope you have had a lovely day and worked hard on your Big Writes all about London. I have seen some of them on Purple Mash, but if you have not yet uploaded it please do so as this is the easiest way for me to see it and add comments. Here is your plan for Wednesday:
Follow the link below to tomorrows phonics lesson Phase 5 Mastery L2 ou
Remember you can still access the DfE Letters and Sounds lessons as extra if you would like.
Today I would like you to focus on your ascenders - these we often call our 'giraffe letters' and the children need to be aware of this term. They need to be tall and sit on the line. Can you please do 3 lines of each of your giraffe letters. You will need to remind your child that they start on the line and do a lead or flick into the letter and also flick out of the letter ready to join.
The ascender letters are: b, d, h, k, l, t
If you want a challenge have a go at joining this weeks common exception words; door, floor and poor.
From today, you will need to go to our class home learning page on the school website to find the activity and answer sheets for Maths. You will still need to use the White Rose website to watch the video lessons.
-Can all of you complete year 1 week 4 lesson 3 (add and subtract word problems) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
-Year two, if you want to challenge yourselves by completing week 4 lesson 3 (subtract two digit numbers) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
Grown-ups you will know which tasks are appropriate for your child, but it is good revision for all children to complete the year one activity.
-Please also complete your 'x a day' on Doodle Maths.
RE: Carrying on with our learning on Judaism. We are going to look at another Jewish festival called Yom Kippur. Use the link below to help you https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/znwhfg8/articles/z4vvjhv
Ask the children if they have ever had to say sorry. Were they sad about what they had done? Did saying sorry help make things better?
Today David has brought a shofar - a ram's horn that is blown at the end of Yom Kipur, the day of atonement and the holiest day in the Jewish year. The ten days between Rosh Hashannah and Yom Kippur is a time when Jewish people fast and say sorry to God. At the end of Yom Kippur, they celebrate God's forgiveness. What questions might the children want to ask? Why do Jewish people want to say sorry to God? Fasting is a way of saying sorry to God.
At the link below, go to time - festivals - Yom Kippur. Listen to Sarah explain about saying sorry, and David talk about fasting. www.reonline.org.uk/specials/jwol/
I have attached a follow up worksheet for the children to complete. You may need to help them word some answers as they can be tricky. They could always say their answer, you write it down and then they copy it, but do encourage them to write.
- have regular fruit and water breaks and try to keep to some kind of routine
- complete your home diary
- read a book to your grown up - don't forget to access the Oxford ebooks online!
- start the day with some exercise to get your mind and body moving
- always be kind and helpful
Have a good day and stay safe!