Remote learning 9th November 2020

This weeks' learning:
Start each day with a set of Flashback 4 questions. Then check your answers to see how you did.
Then, watch the videos and answer the questions from the uploaded sheets. 

Day 1: Subtraction - finding the difference (first part of sheet)
Day 2: Subtraction - finding the difference (second part of sheet)
Day 3: Comparing addition and subtraction statements a + b > c
Day 4: Comparing addition and subtraction statements a + b > c + d
Day 5:  Big Maths Learn its. Set a timer for 30 seconds and see how many questions you can answer. After the timer has finished, continue to answer the remainder of the questions. Then check your answers to see how you did.

We are learning about the Gunpowder Plot in the year 1605. Watch the Oak National Academy video (CLICK LINK HERE) to learn about why the Gunpowder plot was planned. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil for the activity.

We are learning about the seasons of the year and the changes we see in the environment as the seasons change. Play the powerpoint game about Autumn, then using the sentence starter 'In the Autumn I see...' (see Writing talk frame sheet) and write about what you remember from the powerpoint. Then decorate your writing with autumn pictures. 

Each day, read your books on Bug club 
Don't forget to answer the questions where you see the bug.
Then choose one of the attached Phonics reading texts and answer the questions. (Phase 2 text At the Top of the Hill; Phase 3 text Fish and Chips)

This week in phonics we are learning the 'er' sound and using our phonic knowledge to read and write words.  Look at the phonics planning file to see what the activities are each day, then open the resource file. On the Friday, use the file to show you how to make a booklet out of a piece of A4 paper. Use this booklet to write short sentences in from the week. Use your letters and sounds to help you spell words.

English                                                                                                                                                                         This week we are still reading Owl babies by Martin Waddell. We are learning how to use Adjectives (describing words) to describe the woods where the owls live and the different sounds they might hear.                                    When the owls are waiting for their mother what do they say? Can you write what they say in the speech bubbles?   When you have finished use the sequencing sheet to retell the story and draw a picture underneath.                                                                       

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