Good morning children and parents, it's Shyma here. I hope you all had a lovely week so far.
How is your home learning coming along? We have seen lots of fantastic work you have sent to us. We are all very proud of all your hard work and effort you have put in.
I would also like to say a special thank you to all the parents and carers who are supporting your child's home learning. You have adapted brilliantly to the massive changes we all faced in a very short period of time, and we appreciate all your hard work and dedication.
Thank you to those children who have sent in their work. It is always pleasure seeing your fantastic work.
Well done Maddie for sending in your fantastic work. I can see you have worked really hard and I love how you presented your work. Your drawings are fantastic and your facts are great.
I can see you have work really hard in maths. I hope you have enjoyed estimating and measuring different items. Great estimation on the length of the pencil!
Well done to Thanzil for sending in your fantastic work, I can see you have been working really hard. Great story map with great pictures too. You have completed your home learning book and managed to do complete most of your challenges. I hope you have enjoyed estimating and measuring different items. Great estimation on the length of the highlighter! Keep it up Thanzil.
I want you to read the above story.
Have you seen a tadpole before? Who guessed the tadpoles were going to turn in to frogs?
I want you have a go at drawing a life cycle of a frog. A life cycle is a series of changes that happen during an organism's life time.
Do you remember the first thing the tadpole grew in the book?
Have a go at drawing and labeling the life cycle of the frog below.
Today for literacy, I want you to explore the character of Grandma. What do you know about Grandma from reading the first 5 pages ? Do you think George likes Grandma? How would you describe her personality?
I would like you to do a character description of the Grandma using adjectives in your sentences. Write sentences about Grandma's appearance and her actions; the way she talks, eats, sits and looks at George. Use similes and noun phrases and exciting verbs. Look at the example below:
Today we care going to order length and height. Have a go at completing the activities below:
Remember this fact 100cm = 1m
Now measure your family members. What is their height in cm? Who is the tallest? Who is the shortest? Can you put everyone's height in order?