I hope you had a great day yesterday.
Below are some learning activities for today.
|Learning Objective/Focus:||To begin to know some features of a newspaper report.|
|Main input (explanation)||Look at the attached newspaper report about Goldilocks.|
|Activities||Look at today’s phoneme and complete the activities on the slide.|
|Discuss the features of the report. What do you notice about the text type, the layout, the headline. |
Is it a story?
|What is the report about? What information have you found out from the report? Which sentences do you like and why?|
|Extension Activity Ideas||Look at the newspaper report about the Highway rat. Try to spot the headline, the punctuation used. What the story is about? Are there any witnesses? A witness is someone who makes a statement about what they have seen or heard when the event happened.|
|Learning Objective/Focus:||To compare number sentences.|
|Main input (explanation)||Children compare number sentences using greater (more) than, less than and equal to.|
|Activities|| In these pairs of numbers which number is less? 17,3 |
Which number is greater in these pairs?
|Compare the calculations using less than, greater (more) than and equal to. |
(you might want to complete the calculations in each pair first!)
11+ 4 20 – 5
9 + 3 17- 3
|Use the symbols for greater than > Less than < And equal to = to compare the calculations. |
3 + 8 8 + 3
18 – 5 18
12 + 4 12 – 4
|Extension Activity Ideas||Find the answers; |
Whitney has 16 sweets and eats 7 of them. Mo has 17 sweets and eats 8 of them. Who has more sweets left? Explain how you know.
Alex says “any number less than 11 would make this correct. 7+11 < 7 + __ Do you agree with Alex? Explain why.
|Learning Objective/Focus:||To recognise the work of Georgia O’Keeffe|
|Main input (explanation)||Georgia O’Keeffe is perhaps most famous for painting flowers. Look at the document to discover about her life and art works.|
|Activities|| Look at the art work by Georgia O’ Keeffe and talk about what you see. |
Are the flowers painted close up or at a distance?What colours does she use?
What do you think she used?
What do you like or dislike and why?
|Choose one of Georgia O’ Keeffes flower paintings carefully observe and draw the picture.|
|Choose one of Georgia O’keeffes flower paintings and carefully observe and make a copy. Look carefully at the colours she has used. |
What will you use to colour yours?
|Extension Activity Ideas||Make a 3d flower. You could use different paper, egg boxes, pom poms or any other recycled materials you have.|
Hope you have fun. I look forward to seeing your flower drawings.