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Friday 26th February 2021

Good Morning

 

It's Friday! You've made it through another week and only one more to go! You've done so well and I've seen some fab work this week. Well done.

 

See you soon

Mrs Bennett

9:00 - 9:30 - Phonics - i (yellow I)

 

Look at through the PowerPoint and the i grapheme. This is a very common grapheme. Read through the i words.

 

Watch the flashcards video. 

 

Watch the video ‘Tiger and I’. It tells the story of a time when Miss Oh No was lonely and hoped that her friends would call for her. Make the Yellow I (point to an eye) action every time you hear an i word. Can you remember all of the i words in the song?

 

Look at the activity. Play a treasure hunt game, searching for the i cards. . Record the results, if possible, in colour-code on the Record Sheet.

i (yellow I) flash cards

Tiger and I

This is "Tiger and I" by MonsterPhonics on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

9:30 - 10:00 - Morning Registration and Input

(see zoom link)

10:00 - 10:30 - English - Writing

 

Learning Objective: To be able to use descriptive vocabulary. 

 

Learning Chunk 1

 

This chunk is going to be all about the sound of wind. We did lots of research on what it is like in the wind yesterday so you should have lots of ideas already. 

 

Listen to the wind below and look at the picture of the Queen's hat blowing away. 

WINDDsgn_Wind (ID 0595)_BSB.wav

Gather onomatopoeic words for the wind - whoosh, swish, swoosh, whip, rip...

 

Here is my sentence: Whoosh! The wind blew her hat off.

 

Learning Chunk 2

 

Look at these 8 root words. 

 

fair, happy, lucky, pleasant, wanted, fortunate, believable, expected.

 

The prefix 'un' changes words to be negative. Add the prefix 'un' to these 8 words. How have they changed? 

 

Think about what has happened to the Queen's hat. Was it a positive event or a negative event?

 

I am going to use the word 'unfortunate' to describe the event. What other words could you use?

 

Here is my sentence: This was an unfortunate event.

 

Learning Chunk 3

 

Here we are going to use a simile to describe the speed of the wind. 

 

Here are some of the world's fastest things: 

 

 

 

What fast things can you think of? Gather some ideas - cheetah, car, rocket, aeroplane, eagle, falcon, rocket...

 

Here is my sentence: The hat flew off as fast as a rocket. 

10:45 - 11:15 - English - Reading

 

To be able to retrieve information from a text.    

 

Listen to the next part of the story and then answer the retrieval questions. 

 

11:15 - 12:15 - Maths - counting vertices on 2D shapes

 

Learning Objective: To be able to count vertices. 

 

Starter: choose your daily ten arithmetic questions. 

Spr2.7.4 - Count vertices on 2D shapes

This is "Spr2.7.4 - Count vertices on 2D shapes" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

1:20 - 2:15 - History

 

Learning Objective: To explore Tudor life and Queen Elizabeth I.

 

Look through the PPT and then fill in the missing facts about Tudor life and Elizabeth I.

2:15 - 2:45 - Afternoon Registration and Story

(see zoom link)

2:45 - 3:00 - Handwriting

 

Today's letter is the letter 'w'. 

How to write the letter 'w' | Improve Your Handwriting

How to write the letter 'w' | Improve Your HandwritingThis video demonstrates how to form the letter 'w' using precursive letter formation. Improve your curs...

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