Thursday 4th February
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Please continue to practise your spellings and write a sentence or two using your words.
Mental oral starter:
Pick a level which is suitable for you.
Y2 Watch the video and pause where it says to complete the worksheet.
There is an additional challenge sheet for those of you that wish to give it a try.
Y3 There is no video today but there is a powerpoint in the resources that you can read through. Have a go at answering the questions. You don't need to record your answers.
Please complete the pictogram sheet in the resources. There is also an additional set of worksheets that you might like to do and this has different levels so you can choose the 1 star, 2 star or 3 star level.
Today we are going to learn to plan a story based on the Pedlar of Swaffham. Watch the video on Class Dojo where Miss Mitchell will go through the story and show you how to plan your own.
You are going to have a go at creating your own story using the Pedlar of Swaffham. Change the names and places in the story to create your own. Rather than John in Swaffham come up with a different name. Rather than going to London Bridge where could his dream send him? Rather than the man dreaming in London, what could John’s clue be to the treasure? Where is your character’s treasure hidden?
Download the planning sheet to fill in with your story. Have a go at retelling your story out loud.
Today we are continuing to understand :
- how a balanced diet keeps us healthy
- how the food groups are portioned to create a balanced diet
- and how to apply this knowledge when creating your own balanced meal
Look at the powerpoint Keeping Healthy which recaps the different food groups and how to create a healthy balanced meal.
Complete the Balanced Diet Sorting Worksheet. Look at the different foods and cut them out and glue them on to the correct section of the plate. Alternatively you could draw the different foods on the correct section of the plate.
Create your own balanced, healthy meal. Draw around a dinner plate and use coloured pencils or any other materials such as tissue paper to design your meal.