Friday 27th March – Day 5
Read the comprehension pages and answer the questions beneath. There are a variety of different levels for different reading abilities, so please choose the appropriate level for your child.
Below is also the answers from yesterday’s reading activity so you can check your answers!
Complete the investigation below. You can post your answers as a comment in Showbie or write them on a piece of paper.
PSHCE focus: Make a poster explaining how to keep our mouth clean and healthy including the food that we eat, how to brush your teeth properly and what happens if we don’t brush our teeth properly. You can either do this on paper at home or you could use the blank template below and then use the text and drawing tools in Showbie to make the poster.
To help you, below is also a story about about The Tooth Thief and a poster about how to brush your teeth properly.
Thursday 26th March – Day 4
Read the comprehension pages and answer the questions beneath. If you log into Showbie, you can do this using the annotation tools there.
There are three pages of questions that go from easier to more difficult: choose how spicy you want your challenge to be!
Sing along with the counting in 10s song.
Complete the missing numbers to 100 on the 100 square. If you log into Showbie, you can fill in the gaps using the drawing tool on Showbie or you can draw it yourself on paper.
History focus: Find out what your parent/carer’s favourite toy was when they were at school. Draw a picture of it and write a description, describing the materials and how it works.
We would like you to read daily and complete Mathletics activities which have been assigned for you. In addition to this we have set you a project to complete which is linked to our topic this term: Toys from the past.
- Design and make a toy (you may draw the toy if you are unable to make it)
- Write a description of your toy. Include: the name of your toy, colour and what it can do e.g. twisting arms, make a sound etc.
- Write a story about your toy. Make sure your story has a beginning, middle (problem) and end. Include adjectives and a range of punctuation in your story.
On your return to school, please bring in your toy and story to share with the class.