Week beg 13.07.20
Maths Warm Up
Shape Hunt - How many of the following shapes can you find? Can you spot any other shapes?
Triangles = Squares = Circles =
Rectangles = Ovals =
Maths Warm Up
How many of the following shapes can you see? They might be different sizes too.
You might need to look up what these shapes look like if you need reminding.
Cylinders = Cubes = Cuboids = Spheres =
Maths Warm Up
Click on the link below for a maths money game
Maths Warm Up - Directions
Using directional language navigate your way to different animals at the zoo. Write down your directions.
LEFT RIGHT UP DOWN
You are the zoo keeper and you need to make your way to all the animals. Each time you need to start back at the beginning.
Example: To get to the tiger I will go up 3 spaces .
Maths Warm Up - Position
Highlight the positional language. Follow the instructions and draw things in the correct places.
Friday's clock craft challenge
Make your own analogue clock. Make sure you put the numbers in the correct order and try to spread them out evenly around the clock face. Some ideas below, some are trickier than others.
Choose one of these or create your own. We can't wait to see your creations
Spelling- adding ies to nouns and verbs ending in y
common exception word- everybody
Go through this powerpoint to remind you how to change singuar into plural by adding s and es.
Now watch Mr Spelling's song about the rule that when a noun or a verb ends in a consonant y and we want to change it from singular to plural we change the y to an i and add es.
When you have looked at these two have a go at completing the Look/ say / cover/ write and check sheet and the activity to go with it.
Today I would like you to try making a WORD PICTURE. Have a look at the one I have added and the one I have made to get some ideas...
When you have got the idea have a go at making your own... I have added a link to a list of adjectives that you might like to choose from for your picture. Write your name in the middle and think about all the words that describe you. You can do it on the computer on word or publisher, or draw your own, making your letters different sizes, thicknesses and colours!
Bring them into school with you on Friday and we will pass them onto your new teacher!
Today watch the video lesson I have made about a Lockdown Memories Jar. Afterwards you can print out the jar below and draw and label the things you have put inside it. If you don't have a printer you can draw your own jar. Make sure you bring it to school on Friday so we can talk all about your Lockdown memories!
Watch this space for the video... It's coming soon!
Today I would like you to either write a letter to your new teacher telling them all about yourself or fill in the booklet I have downloaded below all about yourself. Remember to include these things-
Your favourite subjects...
Things you are good at...
Things you may need to work harder at...
Things you enjoyed doing in class 6...
Things you are looking forward to next year...
HAPPY FRIDAY !
Have a great day if you are coming into school for a visit today! If you are at home learning why not make a card below for your old or new teacher and do some summer art work!
I have also added some links for some English games you can play today too!