Good morning Sycamore Class! It’s Friday and the end of your first week of home-learning. How are you feeling about it so far? Has the week gone how you had expected? What are you enjoying, and what is more challenging? Spend a few minutes adding another entry to the diary you started on Monday.
Thank you so much to everyone who sent me your acrostic poem. I have put these on the 'Class Gallery' tab on our class page for everybody to enjoy. Well done. They really made me smile.
Did you know that Chester Zoo are doing a 'virtual day at the zoo' today? It looks very exciting. If you want to have a look, you'll need to ask an adult to help you access it on Facebook. I'm looking forward to seeing the giraffe's being fed at 11:00!
Choose a physical activity that you will enjoy. This might be:
Friday is spellings day, so please
Today is an active maths lesson. You’re going to go on a number hunt around the house and garden. Where in your house do you have numbers? I’m sure they are all around you. Take your maths book with you on your number hunt and write down what numbers you found, and where they were. For example:
Then answer these questions underneath in your maths books:
Spend some time practising your times tables too.
I have heard about lots of people creating colourful rainbows to put up their windows. Then, when people are walking past houses, they can spot how many rainbows they can see- a rainbow hunt! I really liked this idea and thought we could get involved. So, your task for this afternoon is to create a colourful rainbow to put up in your window. This could be in whatever media you have (paint, chalk, crayon, etc). Spend time making it look attractive. Then put it up your window for other people to see and enjoy. If possible, I would love to see pictures of your rainbows! Please ask an adult to take a photo and email to firstname.lastname@example.org so I can share them with the rest of the class.
Then continue your research on the Egyptians from yesterday.
As always, make sure you find a relaxed, quiet time to enjoy some reading. If you have a younger brother or sister, you could read a story to them.
Happy Friday everybody! Well done for being so adaptable and working so well with your home learning- you’re doing a fantastic job!
I hope you all have a wonderful weekend with your families.