Next week we start our final project of the school year YO HO HO! We are adapting our usual Pirate project to be Covid friendly and are planning to still perform outside but in a different way.
To start the project off we will be reading and writing instructions on how to be a pirate.
We will start designing and making our pirate puppets and continue to work with multiplication in our maths lessons. We will be sending home a bookmark with all the relevant vocabulary on it for this project for children to use at home.
We are still testing the children on their spellings this half term (A Year 1 and 2 word bank came home before half term) Please ensure that your children are practising these at home as we are not giving out weekly words.
First we would like you to complete the KWL. Write down everything you know about pirates (K) and any questions you have about them too (W). Don't fill in the L part yet we will do later in the project. Now do some of your own research to see if you can answer any of the questions.
In phonics we would like you to look at the -tch sound. Learn about the rules and practice them, then have a go at the challenges if you are confident.
In maths, we are continuing with multiplication, but this time in the form of worded questions. Have a go at solving the problems using drawings and any other methods you can remember from last week.
In phonics we would like you to look at the 'ed' suffix. Watch these videos and complete the worksheet.
In Literacy you will be writing a set of instructions on how to be a pirate, covering the main areas in this document.
In maths, we are continuing with division. We would like you to solve these problems by sharing our seeing how many of the second number go into the first number. It is important that you show your working clearly.
Start the day with your spelling test using the following words:
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In literacy, you will be finishing off your set of instructions. You need to make sure to edit your writing when you finish, to avoid silly mistakes.
In maths we would like to see what you can remember about multiplication. Solve the problems in the pyramid, starting at the bottom and working your way up.