Good Morning Ruby Class!
Happy Wednesday! As you know, our Wednesdays are a little bit different. Let's find out what we are going today in our morning message...
Learning Objective: I understand my own needs and how these are met.
Today, we are going to be looking at what needs are and how they are met. To begin with, we need to understand what a 'need' is and how it is different to a 'want'. Find out more here...
Read each word and place it on the correct poster, 'need' or 'want'. Then, discuss each need with an adult or sibling. Think about how each need is met.
Create your own 'needs' and 'wants' posters.
Write your own words on each and draw pictures to match!
Learning Objective: I am learning about numbers to 50.
Today, we are continuing our learning on numbers to 50. Watch this video from White Rose Maths to find out more...
Use what you have learnt to complete the worksheet below.
Parents: Remember, these worksheets have lots of helpful tips and questions to support your child's learning at home.
Learning Objective: I can retrieve information from a text.
Did you know that it is Valentine's Day on Sunday? Valentine's Day is on the 14th February every year! Do you know anything else about Valentine's Day? It is time to find out!
Our Guided Reading this week is all about Valentine's Day and you are going to find out lots of information! Read the text and answer the questions underneath. As always, there are three difficulties to choose from. Why not challenge yourself?
Learning Objective: I am learning about Phase 5 alternative spellings and pronunciations ('ph' as 'f').
We are continuing our learning on Phase 5 alternative spellings and pronunciations. Today, we will be focusing on 'ph' as 'f'. Let's head over to Geraldine the Giraffe to find out more...
Practice reading 'ph' words with this 'roll and read' game. Challenge yourself by reading each word out loud and then saying the word in a sentence.
Choose three words from your 'roll and read' mat and write them in a sentence. Remember to check your spellings and to practice reading your sentences out loud.
Learning Objective: I am learning to program on Scratch Jr.
Yesterday was 'Safer Internet Day'! If you have not done so already, please follow this link to BBC Teach to learn all about how we can stay safe, responsible and wise in an increasingly digital world. There are lots of tips and advice from some people you may know!
We have been learning how to program using Scratch Jr. We have already learnt how to create a character, how to make them grow and shrink and also how to move. Today, we will be learning a brand new skill. Find out more here...
Practice your programming skills by completing the challenges on these two worksheets. Remember, there are three difficulties on each worksheet to choose from.