– To link with this week’s English work on ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’ please practise the song “The goats came marching”, using the clip https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/nursery-rhymes-the-goats-come-marching/zjqgscw .
Reading – Please read one of the books you have been assigned on Rising Stars each day. The idea is to read a book more than once to build up fluency. Once you have read a book a couple/few times so you are more fluent, please complete the quiz at the end and move it to the ‘finished’ section.
Please also read key words daily as flashcards (should take 2-3 minutes)
Monday- Practise writing the sounds sh, ch, th and ng. Then watch the video of Miss Nisbet introducing this week’s phoneme ‘er’ https://youtu.be/Pa1OO-4EaXc . Then log in to Education City and play ‘Summer River’.
This week we will be looking at the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff and also celebrating World Book Day.
Look at the story of “The Three Billy Goats Gruff”’, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QzT1sq6kCY. Use the templates below to make your own stick puppets and re-enact key parts of the story. Maybe you could create a bridge too? Can you remember what the troll says in the story?
This week we will be continuing with the phase Building 9 and 10, focusing on 3D shapes and repeating patterns.
Watch the video clip Week 3 Session 1 Building with 3D Shapes (https://vimeo.com/508839297 ) .
Task- Can you create a ramp and explore how the 3D shapes travel down it. Do they move easily? Why/why? Not? https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/PDF-Building-9-10-Wk-3-Session-1-Building-with-3-D-Shapes.pdf .
Extension- How can you make the shapes travel faster/slower?
Continue this week to taking part in the Steps Challenge, see how many steps you can climb. Repeat this every day this week and record on the sheet below (up to 30 minutes per day). Can you climb as many steps as a famous building or mountain? Post your results on Tapestry and we can see who has climbed the most steps daily.
This week, as part of our Growth and Change topic we are looking at how humans grow and change over time. Look at photographs of yourself and family members at different ages. How have they/you changed? Send a photograph of yourself as a baby via Tapestry ready for Miss Nisbet’s Zoom session on Friday. Then play Memory Lane on Education City.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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