Learning Activities for Monday

Good Morning Class 1,

I hope you had a great weekend. I am so pleased to say this is will be our last week of remote learning as we will be welcoming you all back into school next week. You have all shown such great resilience and responsibility, keep it up and enjoy.

Below are some learning activity ideas for today.

Learning Objective/Focus:To understand what I have read or what has been read to me.
Main input (explanation)Read Jack and the beanstalk. A copy of the story is attached.
ActivitiesLook at today’s phoneme and complete the activities on the slide.
Talk about the story. Who are the characters? Where is it set? What happened in the story? Which part of the story did you like and why?  
Answer the following questions.
Why did Jack have to sell the cow?  
What did he swap the cow for?  
How did Jack’s mum feel when he came home with the beans instead of money?
How do you know?  
Try to write your answers.
Extension Activity IdeasWrite a question you would like to ask Jack or the giant.
Learning Objective/Focus:To begin to understand that addition and subtraction are inverse operations.
Main input (explanation)The children have previously explored the fact families for numbers within 20. Fact families are related addition and subtraction facts involving the same numbers.
For example
Through doing this children begin to understand that addition and subtraction are inverse (opposite) operations.
ActivitiesCan you write a subtraction sentence for each of these?
Complete the sentences.  
15 – _ =3
3+ _=15
17- __ =6
6 +__  =17
__+ 6 =17    
12- 4=__
__+4 =12      
Using only  3, 12 and 15   Explore all the possible addition and subtraction sentences.
Extension Activity IdeasMrs Potter says “I can write 2 addition and 2 subtraction calculations for any set of 3 numbers.”   Is this always, sometimes or never true?  
Prove it using these sets of numbers.  
Learning Objective/Focus:To know the basic lifecycle of a plant.
Main input (explanation)Show your child the short clip below to learn how plants begin as seeds or bulbs, grow into seedlings, then adult plants before they flower and produce new seeds.   https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zpxnyrd/articles/z2vdjxs
ActivitiesTalk about the life cycle of a plant.
Create your own life cycle of a plant.
Label the different stages of the plant life cycle.
Extension Activity IdeasLook at some plants and flowers growing in your garden or while you are out for a walk.
Can you see the different parts of the life cycle?
Can you see any seeds?
Have flowers grown yet?
Draw a picture of your favourite flower or plant.

I hope you have a great day.