Below is a list of today’s activities. Choose which order you would like to complete them in.
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Today’s activity – Choose a book/comic/newspaper to read for 20minutes.
For the last few weeks we have been working on expression. When reading what does a full stop tell you to do? What does a comma tell you to do? What does an exclamation mark tell you to do? Finally, what does inverted commas (speech marks) tell you to do?
Practice using all of the above and read your book with expression. Once you have practiced reading with expression can you read your book aloud to an audience.
This week why don’t you ask an adult to film you reading your book with your best expression and send it to your teacher.
Look at the picture.
Write three sentences about the (subject) dog, remember, subject and then verb.
E.G. The dog walked in the grass.
Look at the picture.
Remember, subject and then verb.
For example: On the beach there was a ship wreck. (You can use in, over, under, inside, beside, above, behind.)
Click on the link below to open today’s Phonics PowerPoint, you will need something to write with.
Watch this Jack Hartman’s video on telling the time to the hour.
Can you look at the worksheet below and write down the times that you see. Afterwards check your answer which you will find below your worksheet – try not to peek before you check!
Challenge: Look at the other questions where you are asked to draw the hands and show the time. Can you draw some of these and show the time asked?
Over the next few weeks we are going to be learning all about the seaside. Have a look at the PowerPoint and complete the activities. Today we are learning all about islands around Great Britain.
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.
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