This week we are continuing to explore the 'ee' sound family. Today we are looking at the 'y' sound and how this can be used in a range of different words. Watch the video, have a look at the activities below and have a go at completing them to apply the y sound.
Today, we are going to continue exploring the possessive apostrophe but think about how we can link this to Paddington Bear. Watch the starter video below to describe the bears, then watch the lesson video before completing the activities in your packs how to apply this.
Welcome to maths in week 4 of remote learning. You know the routine by now - start with counting and number sense by hitting the link below.
Now for the main part of our lesson. Last week we were learning about non-stand measures. This week we are learning about standard measures. Follow the links below for the lessons and sheet (you should have one in your learning pack already).
Today we are looking at human and physical geographical features.
To help you with this it's important to remember that a human feature has been made or put there by people. For example, houses, roads and playgrounds would all be classed as human features.
Physical features are natural things that would be there even if people were not. Rivers, fields and mountains are all physical features.
Look at the PowerPoint which shows you some examples of physical and human features, then watch the video of Miss Short explaining what you need to do today.
Remember to return your work with your pack or by email.
Today we would like you to watch these stories and Traditional Tales by Oxford Owl. Enjoy the stories and have a go at joining in with them.