It's Friday! And the last day before the 'Easter break'. I am so pleased you have been completing your online learning. I know how hard it is at the moment to try and do school work at home but to know that you are coming back each day to learn more, makes me very proud. Well done!
As it should be the Easter holdiays for the next two weeks, I will not be setting you any work so that you can have a bit of a break. I have made an 'Easter Ideas' folder with some activities and ideas if you do want to continue your learning or if you want some ideas. Please send any photographs of what you have been up to or work you are proud of to the office and it will be forwarded to me. I would love to make a folder to share with the rest of the class.
I hope you have a lovely Easter with your family. I am always here at the end of an email if you need me or if I can help at all. If you email the office they can forward emails or photographs onto me.
I will be here after Easter to continue our online learning together and hopefully to share what we have all been up to during the break. Have lots of fun and enjoy the time you have with your family.
Objective - to count in 5s
I hope you enjoyed trying out all of the different ways to count in 2s and 10s. Please keep practicing your counting in 2s, 5s and 10s any chance you get because it will help you in so many ways and especially as you go through school. Today is all about counting in 5s. You might want to use some of the games from yesterday and change from counting in 2s and 10s to counting in 5s or have a go at some of the suggested tasks from today. When we count we start on 0 and count up to 60 (it's ok to use a number square or other aid to help with your counting as counting in 5s are harder than 2s and 10s).
Objective - to write a rhyming Spring poem.
Now that you have read an example of a Spring rhyming poem and planned which words you might want to use, it is your turn to have a go at writing a rhyming poem. You can write your poem about any part of Spring (the weather, animals, Easter) or a bit of everything. Your poem can have as many or as few lines as you like, with or without verses, as long as it rhymes. I hope you enjoy writing your poems (you might want to ask someone in your family for help as it is quite tricky to get the rhyming words at the ends of the lines). Good luck and please send them to me once you have finished.
Today we are going to learn the other sound that the 'ow' grapheme makes. We know that 'ow' can make a sound like in 'cow' or 'now' but sometimes it can make an 'oe' sound such 'slow' or 'blow'. Work through the power point together then try some of the activities to practice this new sound.