This week on Thursday 4th March it is World Book Day!
Complete the reading comprehension all about World Book Day.
There are different levels all in one file so choose your level , read the text and
you can check your answers.
Blue reading one star
Green reading two stars
Purple reading three stars
1 - Join in with the maths starter.
2 - Watch the teaching video and complete the sheet.
3 - Thinking deeper ! Have a go at the maths challenge.
(purple level should be aiming to complete the challenge)
Question 7 tells you to use 12 counters, You can 12 of anything , bits of pasta etc.
Blue should complete questions 1 to 6
Green all questions
Purple all questions and make sure you have a go at the challenge.
►Spelling , punctuation and grammar
1 - Follow the lesson with Miss Shepherd.
2 - Join in with the Supermovers and find out more about adverbs.
3 - Click on the tasks.
Task 1 - All children. No printing needed. Change the root words by adding the suffix ly.
Task 2 - Green and purple- After you have completed task 1 , go onto this task.
Again no printing is needed. Choose a verb and an adverb and make a sentence.
Remember capital letters , full stops and careful handwriting.
Make sure you take time this week to practise your spellings.
Spellings for this week. Test on Friday 5th March
Blue (Year 1 common exception words)
me we he she be go no so his her
Green and purple
Words that have the ly suffix.
softly loudly slowly proudly nicely quickly crossly madly sadly neatly
5 challenge words
quietly anxiously happily silently smoothly
Today I would like you to show off your best handwriting.
You will need some lined paper and a sharp pencil.
Click on the link below and read the poem carefully a couple of times.
Then copy the poem in your very best cursive handwriting.
Think about letter size , ascenders and descenders and the position of letters on the line.
Illustrate your poem too by drawing some of the different dogs mentioned in the poem.
♦Please not that adult supervision is needed for this task♦
A parachute slows down something that is falling to the ground. You are going to make your own parachute today.
1 - Follow the lesson with Miss Shepherd
3 - Click the link below for the instructions on how to make a parachute to test.
♦An adult must help with the making and testing♦