Objective – I can count in 2s, 5s and 10s.
Today we are going to use what we have been learning this week to count in 2s, 5s and 10s. The more we practice counting, the better we can be at it so any time you have a minute, see if you can count in 2s or 5s or 10s.
Task – Use the blank 100 square to record the numbers you say when you count in 2s, 5s and 10s. Start by counting in 2s, every time you land on a number, circle that number red e.g. 2, 4, 6, etc until you get to 100. Next do the same thing again but counting in 5s. This time circle every number that you land on and circle it blue (on the same 100 square – you might find that some numbers have two circles around them, see if you can spot a pattern). Finally, count in 10s. Start at ten and count in 10s, every time you land on a number, circle it yellow. When you have finished have a look at the numbers you have circled. Are there any patterns? Can you spot a pattern with the numbers circled red? What about the numbers circled blue? And yellow? Try to write a sentence about each one.
Challenge – Try the missing numbers task.
Objective – I can identify an adjective in a sentence.
Today we are going to remind ourselves what adjectives are. Can you remember and give an example of an adjective? An adjective is a describing word and describes a noun, for example, ‘red’ ‘spotty’ ‘loud’ ‘scary’. Adjectives can describe what something looks like, feels like, sounds like, the colour, smell and many other things. How many different adjectives can you think of?
Task – Use either the words given or think of your own adjectives to describe the monster.
Challenge – Use the ‘adjectives comprehension’ sheet to find adjectives in one of your books at home.
Today we are learning about the alternative sound 'ear' makes.