Below is a list of today’s activities. Choose which order you would like to complete them in.
Remember if you have run out of books at home you can use your oxford owl account. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/
2C- Username: 2cforever password: password
2s – Username: 2sforever password: password
Today’s Activity: On oxford owl search for the book ‘East of the sun, west of the moon’.
Once you have read the book, complete the two activities about the book.
In writing this week we are going to look at different ways that we can start a sentence!
By the end of the week we will have:
- Identified different ways to start a sentence,
- Practised them all
- Put them into an extended piece of writing.
List the six ways you can start a sentence.
1. The subject.
Can you say how I have started these sentences?
- Have you seen the cat?
- David hit the ball.
- Watching the sky, he knew it would snow.
Try writing sentences about this picture.
If you are still learning to read click on the link below to open today’s Phonics PowerPoint, you will need something to write with.
If you are an able reader follow the instructions below to complete a grammar activity:
Telling the time
Discussion with your family: Why do we need to tell the time? What time do you wake up? What time do you have your breakfast? What time do you have your lunch? What time do you have your dinner what time do you go to bed? Can you think of any other times that are important in your day?
Click on the PowerPoint link below to begin your learning about time.
Purple mash activities: https://www.purplemash.com/sch/thomas-rm9
Have a go at learning one or more of the songs below, then you can take a video of you singing and dancing along to send to your teacher.
Make a Difference
This is Me
Jo Wicks is doing daily work outs for children to complete a 30 minute PE lesson. Click on the link below which will take you to his channel on you tube.
Once finished take some photos and email them to your teacher and let them know how well you did.
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org