This morning we shall start our Zoom lesson at 9.30 with a short Reflection which will lead us into this morning’s learning.
“The Lord is my strength and my shield. In him my heart trusts.”
Before Zoom ask children to send a picture of them as a baby. Mrs F to have a photo of Leo as a baby and as he is now.
The start of this lesson will follow on from our Reflection on our 9.30 Zoom call.
I understand that we all change and grow.
Discuss the word change and make links with how the world/people etc are changing all of the time. Some children will be able to talk about their experience and feelings about changing and acquiring new skills.
Some children will be able to say what they wonder about the ways in which change happens.
Some children will begin to ask and respond to questions about their own and others’ experience and feelings about how we can change.
SOME KEY QUESTIONS
- What difference do you notice between winter and spring?
- Why do you think the seasons change?
- How do you think you have changed?
- What can you do now that you were not able to before you came to school?
- How are you better at sharing and being kind now?
- Learning task - children to draw a picture of their favourite season and say why they have chosen that season. There is a page border at the bottom of this page that you can use but a plain piece of paper will be just as good. Please send to firstname.lastname@example.org
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 revisiting g and c alternative pronunciations that we started to look at on the Friday of last term.
Learning objective: I can recognise tens and ones.
Mrs F – look at 50 rectangle and then compare 43, 33, 23 etc and ask what is the same and what is different? 33, 32, 31?? Number quiz etc.
Today watch the Tens and Ones video pause when asked and then complete the questions you are asked to from the worksheet (attached below)
Resources: 50 rectangle and cubes or other objects to count
Remember you don’t need to print the worksheet as you can just record your answers on a piece of paper. You can then email your answer sheet to email@example.com)
Learning Objective: I can begin to explore the use of pointillism.
Look at some paintings by French artist Georges Seurat– discuss how the points(dots) have shown the shape of the subject. Look at how the artist has created the illusion of depth/shadow. Choose and object or a person to paint. What tool will you use? Have you got a thin paintbrush? Perhaps you could try using thin-tipped felt pens?
Share your paintings with me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will put them in the Gallery.