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Foundation - Art @10am

It's time to draw-a-long with Rob! The draw-a-long is live at 10am, however the video will be added to the website if you would prefer to draw at a different time.

 

It is great to see all the different ways you are collating and displaying your 'Draw with Rob' pictures at home. Keep your pictures coming in on seesaw!

English - Persuasive letters

Our English lesson today is based on word meaning when reading. The text used today is an advert and will help you identify persuasive features.How many persuasive features can you identify from your previous persuasive unit on Wateraid?

 

Follow the instructions from the video- remembering to pause and complete the activities when asked to. Use the 'next activity' or green dots at the bottom of the page to navigate through.

 

Remember to add to your magpie page as you watch the video.

 

After completing your task - resume the video for feedback to self mark and edit your work before uploading on seesaw.

Spelling - ably suffix.

In your English lesson today, Mrs Barr suggested creating a word-search using your spelling words. Remember to write the list of 10 words which need to be found within your word-search. If you feel like a trickier challenge, try creating a crossword with a clue for each word.

 

Maths

 

Today you will be drawing shapes that have been translated. To do this, we will be looking at coordinates. When we have numbers presented to us like this: (1,4), this means we are able to plot where something is on a grid. The first number refers to our x axis. This is the line that runs across our page. Then second numbers refers to our y axis. This is the number that runs down/up our page. So to find (1,4) I need to move one across from zero and then 4 spaces up.

 

1. Have a go at the activity on the first few slides. You need to plot the coordinates for the different fruits so that you can blend the smoothie.

2. Look at Slide 8 onwards. Not only do we have coordinates for where our shape is on a grid, we can also know how many steps the shape moves up/down and left/right.

3. Choose your level of challenge from the worksheet. Each page has different shapes that you will need to translate to the new coordinates. Make sure you are counting your steps carefully.

4. Mark your answers. 

5. Choose your Mastery challenge to complete.

 

 

Foundation: Science

 

We are now moving away from materials and towards Animals including Humans. Today's lesson and Thursday's lesson are the same, it is just broken into two parts. We will be studying different animals' life cycles.

 

Read through the Powerpoint and watch the video clips for the Ant and the Frog. You will be completing your own life cycle sheet for these animals.

 

1 star: draw a picture to match each stage of the life cycle.

2 star: put the descriptions of each stage of the life cycle in order and then draw a picture to match each stage. 

3 star: write a description of each stage of the life cycle and then draw a picture to match.

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