Handwriting – one-armed robots
This week, please practice the one-armed robot family of letters. The videos below show how each letter should be formed.
Miss Mowles' Handwriting Challenge:
I would love it if you could find creative ways to practice these letters (eg. shaving foam, chalk, rainbow writing, etc.) I would love to see your brilliant handwriting and your super creativity!
English – What the Ladybird Heard
Read the story What the Ladybird Heard together or listen to the story here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eu9mPX7DuLA
In the story, the thieves crept into the farm. What would that look like? Creep like the thieves.
Crept is a verb – it tells you how they acted and what they did.
Can you think of other ways the thieves could have moved? Write a list and act out each verb.
Here are some examples: ran, crawled, stomped.
I have attached below a poster about verbs to remind the children what a verb is.
Maths – 3D shapes
Today, please use 3D shapes in the house to create a picture or a model. You could use junk modelling or make 3D shapes with playdough then build something with them.
You could make a person, a robot, a rocket, etc.
Here is a song about 3D shapes you can listen to: https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zps34wx