“For the Lord gives wisdom; from his mouth comes knowledge and understanding.”
Sit quietly for a few minutes and listen to some calming music. Think about understanding and what it means. You can think of a prayer to say with your grown up
An input for this lesson will happen in this morning’s Zoom lesson at 9.30.
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Learning Objective: I can write a sentence.
Paddington and the Grand Tour
Listen to the story and discuss all of the landmarks that Paddington talks about. What was your favourite and why? Begin to think about creating an information book about London. Draw a landmark and write a sentence about it underneath.
Resources: London landmarks PowerPoint (attached at the bottom), half lined London border paper.
Today’s phonics session will be at 11am on Zoom. Please see log in details that were sent in an App message.
We are leaning two sounds today "wh" and "ph" as in whisper and phonics.
Recapping tricky words oh, their, people, Mr, Mrs, asked, called.
Graphemes learned since last week ay, ou, ie, ea, oy, ir, ue, aw
Learning objective: I can add by counting on.
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Watch the adding by counting on activities video and pause when it tells you. Answer the questions and move on.
Resources: Dice and dominoes if you have them or a pen and paper to draw them.
Learning Objective: To be able to identify and name a variety of common animals that are birds, fish, amphibians, reptiles and mammals.
To be able to describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals.
Focus on fish and amphibians:
Watch the two videos above.
Look at theses pictures.
What are they made up of?
What does a fish have that you don’t?
How is a frog different to a dog?
Draw a fish and an amphibian and label the different parts.
(there is some frog border paper attached at the end of this page)