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Daily Maths Meeting
Our new number of the week is…19
Can you tell me what is 1 more than 19?
Can you tell me what is 1 less than 19?
Lets count to 19:
What is the day today?
What day is it tomorrow?
Can you remember our days of the week song?
Here is a new one for you:
Don’t forget to find out what the temperature is today! Just type into Google: what is the temperature today?
Can you comment below to tell me what the temperature is?
For phonics today we will be looking at Phase 2 tricky words: the, no, to, go, I, into
Practise reading those tricky words.
Practise writing those tricky words in your home learning book.
Can you find any of the tricky words in your reading book?
Challenge: Practise Phase 3 tricky words: he, she, we, me, be. Can you write a sentence using the tricky words in your home learning book?
For maths today, can you complete the Comparing Numbers to 10 worksheet in your home learning pack?
What does the word compare mean?
How do you know which number is more/less?
How can you check?
In literacy, we are looking at growth and change.
Can you choose one of the following activities to complete in your home learning book?
Can I draw a picture of the plant at the end of the video?
Can I draw a picture of the plant at the end of the video and write a matching word?
Can I write a sentence about what the plant looked like at the end of the video?
Can I write a list of what the plant would need to help it grow and a sentence about what the plant looked like at the end of the video?
Don’t forget to relax after working hard. Here is a video for you to calm your mind and body and think about all the things to be thankful for 🙂
End of home learning 🙂
Well done everyone! I hope you had fun completing the activities 🙂
Note to parents:
The link below is for a website called Go Noodle. This website has fantastic videos to help keep the children active. There are also some videos to help the children calm their minds and bodies.
Please feel free to share some videos you have found useful in the comment section below.
Thank you and stay safe 🙂
Mrs Chowdhury, Mrs McCutcheon and Mrs Smith