Good morning Galileo children and parents!
I hope that you have had a lovely weekend, despite the very rainy days. Welcome back to another week of home learning! You will find your Literacy and Maths work for the day on this page and your topic work on the Topic page.
Mrs Davies and I still have quite a few Home Learning packs that weren't picked up last Friday. We know a lot of you download the resources, and therefore won't need the packs, but if you did still want them then they are available to pick up from school on Wednesday (9th June) afternoon.
The plan for today...
The Smith Family have once again been showing their musical talents by singing and playing some well known songs. Why not start the day by watching and listening to the videos and maybe you could join in too! You will find the link to the videos a little lower down the page with the Read, Write Inc. lesson link.
We hope you are continuing to learn your sounds with Rosie by watching the Read, Write Inc. lessons. The lessons are available from 9.30am, but you can watch them anytime within 24 hours. Please watch and join in with the following videos:
These four videos are key to developing reading and writing skills. There are parts of the lesson which involves reviewing what they have previously learnt. Reviewing previous learning is important as it is making your child more confident reading and writing with these sounds. The new videos (Reading Red Words and Reading Longer Words) are essential to support your child become a more fluent reader.
It's time to have a little spelling test and start learning some new spellings! Please test your child on the spellings from last week and then give them a new set of spellings to learn. Remember to carry on practising any spellings your child struggled with previously.
I think you should be getting more confident knowing what a quarter is now. Today you have a lesson finding a quarter of a quantity using pictures. Use the PowerPoint presentation Lesson 4 and discuss the following questions:
How many altogether?
How many equal parts are we splitting it into to find a quarter?
Does this quantity represent quarter?
How can we check our answer.
A quarter of __ = __.
___ is a quarter of ___.
You may still find it helpful to use counters to complete the tasks. Once you have used the PowerPoint complete the worksheet in your Home Learning pack called 'Find a Quarter'.
You can find your topic lessons on the Topic page. Please choose a lesson for today. You may fancy learning some Geography, Science or even French! Have a great day.