You might like to start your day with the Joe Wicks workout on Youtube or try the yoga session below.
Science- Human body and the senses
This week we will continue our work on the senses focusing on the sense of sight. Sight is one of the most important senses for finding out about the world around us. People use their eyes for almost every activity, from reading a book to riding a bicycle.
Watch the short video found below. After watching the video there are a variety of activities/experiments for you to try. You do not need to complete all the activities- please choose an activity that interests you.
How many eyes do you have?
What do you use your eyes for?
What colour are your eyes?
How do you look after your eyes?
Try this fun quiz! Below is a document with pictures of different eyes. Can you identify which animals these eyes belong to? Answers are included on the second sheet of the document.
Here is a sight experiment for you to try. All you need is five pennies, a paper cup and a partner.
Braille is a code that is used to help people who can't see, to read and write. It is made up of lots of bumps and dips on a page. These bumps and dips all have different meanings and can show letters and numbers. Braille is read by running your fingertips over the bumps and dips, to work out what they mean. Braille was invented by a boy called Louis Braille.
Using the Braille Alphabet above, practise writing your name and other sentences. Can you write a secret code using braille?
If you would like, you can print out the worksheet below. It has the braille alphabet and a space for you to write some sentences.
This week some of our spellings focused on words ending in the letter x and how we spell these words when they become plurals. Here is a video which recaps the rule for plurals.
As Friday is a bank holiday, you may want to test your child on their spellings for this week. Here are this week's spellings: cure, pure, manure, secure, foxes, mixes, boxes, taxes.
Play the phonics game on the link below.
Try to read for at least 10 minutes today.
Here are the links for the online books:
There are no new letters to practise today. Please continue to work on any letters you need to. If you have started to work on pre-cursive writing, consolidate the lead-ins of the c o a d g e letters worked on so far this week. Below is the PowerPoint that shows the formation of these letters if you need to refer to it.
Today's maths looks at adding by counting on.
Please follow the link below and click on Lesson 4- Add more and count on within 20.
Once your child has watched the main video, you could either print out the 'Get the Activity' pages with relevant questions linked to the learning in the video or write the answers straight into your workbooks.
Use the 'Get the answers' to mark your work.
Foundation subject grid
Finally, return to the main page for this week to find the foundation grid and all the resources you will need. Choose an activity to complete.