Begin by practising your Gem Maths. We are going to keep practising those numbers between 80 and 90. Today you are going to 'quick write' as many as you can in one minute. Your grown up needs to say a number between 80 and 90 and you need to write it down as fast as you can. Simple!
Ordering Numbers to 100
Continuing on from yesterday where you were comparing numbers, you are going to be ordering numbers up to 100.
You need to apply what you learned yesterday, comparing numbers by first looking at the tens digits, then the ones digits. Remember, a two digit number is always larger than a one digit and a three digit number will always be larger than a two digit number.
Make sure you are careful when ordering numbers as sometime they will be from smallest to largest and sometimes they will be largest to smallest.
Ensure you understand clearly what smallest and largest mean.
Have a go at this activity to practice ordering numbers to 100.
Spellings (Y1 Common Exception Words) - says, you, love, come, some
Remember to learn to read and write the words independently
Activity - Can you complete the activity below which begins to explore using the prefix un-
Activity – Computing (Purple Mash)
We would like you to log in to Purple Mash using your own login (which was sent via Marvellous Me previously) and complete the 2Dos which have been set.
To access the 2Dos you will see a red link at the top left of the page once you are logged in. Make sure you save them once they are completed. You can always come back and work on it again at a later time. If you require your login again please do not hesitate to contact us.
Phonics and Reading
We would like you to click on the videos below and watch the phonics lessons from Letters and Sounds. Activities which you can do to apply the sound are in the video and there are also linked underneath.
After, please watch the videos on the phonics resource and support section which practices all your phonics sounds using the flashcards which we use at school. Have a go at saying the sounds along with Miss Smith. Make sure you are saying the pure sounds accurately.
Don't forget to read your book everyday.