I hope you are all well and having fun this week.
Below are some learning activity ideas for today.
|Learning Objective/Focus:||To write a list using commas.|
|Main input (explanation)||When we write a list of more than two items we separate them using a comma (,) |
The PowerPoint attached may help.
|Activities||Look at today’s phoneme and complete the activities on the slide.|
|Practice writing a comma. |
Read the following sentence.
I like to sing and skip and jump and run. How could this sentence be improved?
Talk about what you need to do.
Now write the improved sentence.
|Write a list of things you like. Use a comma to separate each item in the list.|
|Extension Activity Ideas||Look for commas in books. Are they only used for lists?|
|Learning Objective/Focus:||To subtract 1 digit numbers from 2 digit numbers crossing 10 by partitioning.|
|Main input (explanation)||Bridging to 10 is used when subtracting a single digit number from a double digit whose total is less than 10. To do this you need to partition the lower number so you can subtract to 10. Then subtract the remaining. |
For example 13 – 7
7 can be partitioned into 3 and 4. If we subtract 3 from 13 we get 10. Then we subtract the remaining 4 to get 6.
So 13-7 = 6
Use the PowerPoint attached to help you.
|Activities||Use equipment to help you complete these subtractions. |
There are 11 sheep in a pen. The farmer takes 1 out. How many sheep are left in the pen?
There are 13 cars in a car park. 3 cars leave how many cars are left?
There are 14 cakes in the bakers. Eva buys some cakes. There are 10 left. How many cakes did Eva buy?
|Use a 10 frame and a number line to help you find the answers to the below. |
Example: First there were 13 jam tarts. Then 5 were eaten. Now there are 8 jam tarts.
12- 5 =
17 – 8 =
16 – 7 =
|Use <, > or = to make the below statements correct. 17- 5 12-5 |
How do you know?
|Extension Activity Ideas||Tara is working out 12-4 using a number line her answer is 9. What has Tara done wrong? Can you explain her mistake? What should the answer be?|
|Learning Objective/Focus:||To draw a portrait.|
|Main input (explanation)||Show your child a picture of themselves as a baby. Talk about the picture – what do they look like? How have they changed?|
|Activities||Draw a picture of a baby.|
|Look closely at a baby picture of yourself. Use the picture to draw your baby portrait. Try to add all the details|
|Using a picture of yourself now. Draw your portrait to show a comparison of what you looked like as a baby and what you look like now.|
|Extension Activity Ideas||Draw a picture of what you think you will look like when you are older.|
I cannot wait to see your drawings! Why not try drawing what other family members will look like when they are older?