# Thursday 7th May 2020

Good Morning!

It’s thumbs up Thursday! Time to think outside the box! What will it be today?! Attached is an image, use it to start yoy off! It's not a ghost!

Maths:

Quick mental maths: If 1 + 9 = 10, 1 + 19 must = 20. Complete the rest of the number bonds to 20;

2 +  ? = 20      3 + ? = 20     4 + ? = 20    5 + ? = 20     6 + ? = 20    7 + ? = 20

8 + ? = 20      9 + ? = 20    10 + ? = 20    Carry on once you see the pattern.

Using the Pirate’s map attached below (following-directions...) ONLY follow the pages with either the one star* or two stars** at the bottom (save the three star page *** for another lesson next week, it covers clockwise and anti clockwise).

You can follow the instructions yourself or ask your adult to read the instructions and follow them to collect all the Pirate Paraphernalia! Cross off the items when you get to them. Arrgh, no cheating matey! Perhaps you could swap roles and do the other sheet!

The vocabulary that you should become familiar with are; forward, back (backwards), left, right. Also be sure to listen to how many steps you need to take in each direction.

You might like to practice this in real life! Hide items around the room and give clear instructions about how to find them, using the language above!

Have fun!

English and RWI (Only do your groups work. If you normally do RWI you can give the English task a go, but don’t miss out on the Speed sounds lessons)

Mrs Smart’s group

Continue to write your setting description for The Bog Baby!
If you have finished you can practise your set 2 and 3 sounds and spellings using the Read, Write Inc videos at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Read Write Inc and Ruth Miskin Training are providing daily videos. Follow them on YouTube or look below.

PLEASE NOTE that these specific daily YouTube videos only last 24 hours. If you miss one, just look below to catch up. We will continue to post the daily sounds, spellings and sentences. Visit https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Miss Aitken’s group (Set 3) - 10.30am

Focus Speed sound is:

are’ as in “Care and share”

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) share   2) aware     3) snare

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

1) Be aware and be careful.

2) A hare has two long ears and strong legs.

Mrs Fetherston’s group (set 3) - 10.30am

Focus Speed sound is:

are’ as in “Care and share”

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) share   2) aware     3) snare

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

1) It is important to be aware and careful.

2) A hare has two long ears and strong legs.

Mrs Smith’s group (set 3) 10.30am

Focus Speed sound is:

are’ as in “Care and share”

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) share   2) aware     3) snare

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

1) It is important to be aware and careful.

2) A hare has two long ears and strong legs, like a rabbit.

Miss Tranham’s group (set 2) – 10am

Focus Speed sound is:

oy’ as in “Toy to enjoy.”

Spellings (don’t forget your dots and dashes):

1) toys  2)  loyal  3) boy

Write these sentences using the focus sounds

1) The queen is a royal.

2) Boys and girls can play with toys.

Topic

We have learnt this week that trees are a type of plant – very big plants! And they have the same parts as a plant. We tend to call the stem the trunk because it is so big and it has a hard covering called bark. But like smaller plants, trees have leaves, roots and they can also have flowers and fruits.

From our learning about seasons, we know that some trees and plants lose their leaves in the winter time. We call them deciduous. But some trees keep their leaves all year and we call these evergreen.

You may have already had a chance to start completing the tree spotter checklist and have been able to identify some trees!

It is quite easy to identify if trees are deciduous or evergreen by looking at their leaves. Evergreen tree leaves tend to be small and narrow and glossy and thicker than leaves from deciduous trees.

Look at the powerpoint on deciduous and evergreen trees for further information.

Your task is to sort the trees into the right group – deciduous or evergreen. Go to the tree sorting activity (choose Word or PDF). Cut out the pictures and stick them in the right box according to the type of tree, deciduous or evergreen.