You might like to start your day with the Joe Wicks workout on YouTube.
If you prefer, you could try something more relaxing. In class, we will be joining in with Parsnip the Cat on her yoga adventure.
RE- Jesus helps us when we make wrong choices.
Look at the picture below. In this picture, Jesus was gathering a group of people to help him spread the Good News. He chose people who would follow him faithfully and would be sorry for when they made wrong choices. Levi the tax collector was one of those people.
Some Key Questions to discuss about the story
What was Levi's job?
What wrong choice did he make?
What was Levi's answer to Jesus' invitation to follow him?
What invitation did Levi give to Jesus?
How do you think Levi changed?
Please choose one of the following tasks to complete.
1. Retell the story of Levi in your own words. Remember to use full stops and capital letters. If you wish, you may like to draw a picture to go with your writing.
2. Imagine you are Levi. Write a thank you note to Jesus for helping him to change his ways. You can use the postcard template below to write your thank you note or you can write it straight into your workbook.
This week we are revising the letter formation of the 'curly caterpillars': coa qgd esf.
Today you might like to focus on patterns using these letters. For example, ccoa qggd fesfes.
If you are working on pre-cursive writing, please refer to the PowerPoint presentation at the start of the week for the correct formation.
Your spellings this week focus on the spelling rule for adding -y to a word ending in 'e'. Continue to practise your spellings ready for the quiz tomorrow.
This week's spellings are:
Today we are reviewing the 'air' sound. Watch the video below to remind you of some words that use the 'air' sound.
You can find the 'air' sound on phase 3 of the Phonics Play- Buried Treasure game. The link to this game is found at the start of this week.
Here are a choice of activities involving the 'air' sound. Pick one that is most appropriate for your child.
Today in maths we are adding equal groups. Please find the maths video for today below.
Afternoon session- The London Underground
The London Underground is a system of electric trains which are in London. It is the oldest underground railway in the world.
Have you been to London?
Have you been on the underground?
Watch the short videos below to learn more about the London Underground. There is also a PDF document (after the videos) with more information about the London Underground.
Write down 3 things you learnt about the London Underground.
Think of 2 questions you have about the London Underground. Write your questions in your book. If you are having trouble thinking of 2 questions, write down 2 things that have surprised you about the London Underground.
Draw 1 picture to go with your work.
If you are interested, have a go at putting together this London Underground paper model.
End of the day- Peace out session
Go on an adventure in your mind- meditate and relax as you listen and let your imagination go...
Have a nice, calm end to your day of learning.