• School will re open on Monday 1st November at the usual times.

Home Learning – 12.05.20

Good morning Giraffes and Kangaroos!

Phonics

How many words can you think of that have the letter group ‘qu’ in them? Can you write the words in your workbook and read them to a grown up?

Can you say or write a sentence with the word ‘queen’ in it, and read your sentence to a grown-up?

English

Exciting News! The Queen is coming to visit your castle!

What would you do if you were a King or Queen? What rules would you have? What would you wear? What would your crown look like?  Where would you visit?

Red and the Possums – In your workbook, we would like you to draw a picture of you as a King or Queen, and write a few sentences about the things that you would do if you were a King or Queen. Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Blue, Green, Wombats and Koalas – In your workbook, we would like you to draw a picture of you as a King or Queen, and write a few sentences about the things that you would do if you were a King or Queen. Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Yellow and Crocodiles – In your workbook, we would like you to draw a picture of you as a King or Queen and tell a grown up what you would do if you were a King or Queen.

Maths

Start the session by counting to 100 with Jack Hartmann. You could use one of the videos from last week if you like.

We would like you to compare some numbers today. Which number is bigger or smaller?

Red and the Possums –

Which number is bigger?

54 or 65?

Which number is bigger?

75 or 78?

Which number is smaller?

64 or 46?

Which number is smaller?

98 or 89?

Blue, Green, Wombats and Koalas –

Which number is bigger?

46 or 64?

Which number is bigger?

32 or 30?

Which number is smaller?

51 or 15?

Which number is smaller?

7 or 17?

Yellow and Crocodiles

Which number is bigger?

10 or 8?

Which number is smaller?

6 or 3?

History

Can you find out who the Queen of England is, and how long she has been our Queen? Email what you find out to your teacher.

Have a lovely day.

From Mrs Eades and Mrs Attwood