– 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 – 20 minutes reading on Rising Stars.
Phonics-Write the sounds oo, ar, or, ow. Listen to and join in with the alphabet song a couple of times on Education City. Then play 'Pitch and Putt' on Education City as well to match uppercase and lowercase letters.
English-Watch the clip of Miss Nisbet labelling one of the goats from the story https://youtu.be/n7JJzLBytg8 . Think of some words to describe the troll. What does he look like? Now have a go at labelling the troll, remember to use your phase 3 phonemes when writing the words. Try adding descriptions to your labels too e.g. hairy chin.
Maths-Watch the video clip Week 3 Session 3 Printing with 3D shapes (https://vimeo.com/508840619 ).
Task – Print a pattern using 3D shapes. What shapes did you use? What patterns have you made? https://wrm-13b48.kxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/02/PDF-Building-9-10-Wk-3-Session-3-Printing-with-3-D-Shapes.pdf .
Extension – Make longer repeating patterns? (4 shapes/colours)
Topic-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.
Now look at the pictures of how a person has grown through his life cycle. How has he changed? Then you can choose one of two tasks, you can cut and stick people in order starting from youngest to oldest, or you can make a physical representation of it by acting out different stages. Can you be a baby? Can you be an old person? Etc.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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