“The Lord has forgiven you, so you must also forgive.”
Sit quietly for a few minutes and listen to some calming music. Think about forgiveness and what it means. You can think of a prayer to say with your grown up.
The intro to this lesson will be on our morning Zoom session.
Animals including Humans
To be able to describe and compare the structure of a variety of common animals.
Tell them that they are going to pretend that they are on a nature programme on TV. Their job is to try and describe what some of our animals look like, as if they were describing them to aliens.
Show a photo of a stag beetle, describe how: it has no skeleton, it has a hard case, and it has pincers, six legs, a head, thorax and abdomen.
The children in class could work in small groups, each taking a turn to describe a photo to the other children in the group.
Children at home to choose a photo of an animal and describe it to a family member. Grown-ups could video it and send it to firstname.lastname@example.org so that it can go on our webpage.
Today’s phonics session will be at 11am on Zoom. Please see log in details that were sent in an App message.
Today we will be looking at the tricky words water, where, who, again, thought, through, work and mouse.
Learning Objective: I can find objects within 50.
Watch the Compare Objects within 50 video and answer questions 1 and 2 on the worksheet when prompted. The worksheet is attached at the bottom of the page.
Book Week Activity
Photo Challenge – Create a ‘Reading Den’. Somewhere special for you to read at home (could be in the house or an outside space). Send a photo of them reading in their special den.
You can link this activity to our Lenten Fundraising- ‘Read your way through Lent’ – a sponsored read to raise money over Lent and encourage reading. You can use your reading den to raise some money too.