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Reading: This week we are looking at a new adventure involving Max the dog. It is called 'Max's Jungle Adventures.'
Read it here - https://www.talk4writing.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/R-Maxs-Jungle.pdf
or you can listen to it here - https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/maxs-jungle/s-7mdf7356etd
Monday - Read/listen to the story. Talk about what Max saw in the jungle. p6 Draw pictures of what Max saw. Use the frame on p6 if you can or else use a plain piece of paper.
Turesday - Listen/read the story again. p7 Quiz time. Look at the questions on p7. Answer them. Remember to speak in full sentences. Use the sentence starters under each question to help you.
Wednesday - Do you know what a bandana is? Maybe you have one at home? What happened to Max's bandana at the end of the story? It changed colour. How did it change?
Look at p8. Design a new bandana for Max. Look at the patterns on the bottom of the page to help you.
Thursday - Exploring words p9. Have a go at describing the tennis ball. Add a word each time. Now have a go at describing the toy mammoth. This is a grey mammoth. This is a grey, hairy mammoth. This is a grey, hairy mammoth with white tusks. Now choose one of your own toys. Draw and label a picture of it and play add a word challenge to describe it. Don't forget to talk in full sentences.
Friday - Play 'Guess Who' on p10. Look at the animals on p10. Use clues to describe one of the animals. Can you guess which animal is being described? Now look at the animals on p14. Play the game again using these animal pictures.
Counting - Roll a dice. Whichever number your dice lands on, bounce a ball that many times. Eg if you roll a 6, bounce the ball 6 times.
If you haven't got a dice, use this interactive one from Nrich https://nrich.maths.org/6717
If you click on the purple cog in the top right hand corner you can change to a 0-9 dice.
Keep a tally of how many times you have bounced the ball altogether.
R.E. - Have a look in your kitchen cupboards for any products that are Fairtrade. You will know they are Fairtrade because it has this logo on it. Fairtrade means that farmers from around the world get paid a fair amount for the things they grow.
P.E. - Try this Supermovers Just for Fun with Danger Mouse Level 1.
If your feeling energetic, try level 2 as well.
Follow the instructions on the screen. Move your body!
Monday -This week the number of the week is:
What can you say about 14? e.g It is 1 more than 13. It is 1 less than 15. Do you know anyone with a door number that is 14? Can you count 14 objects? What different groups can you make using 14 things? e.g 13 and 1, 12 and 2, 11 and 3, 10 and 4 etc Can you read the word fourteen? If you go out on a walk, can you find 14 anywhere?
Tuesday - Look at the picture below. What Maths can you see? How many trains? How many passengers on the train? How many cars waiting at the barrier? How many flowers on the bushes? How many wheels on the train? What shape are the windows on the station? How many trees on the left? How many trees on the right? How many trees altogether?
Wednesday - Combining two groups to find a total
Look at the pictures of the trains below with the part-whole models that we looked at last week. How many passengers are in the carriages altogether? Have a go at drawing your own part-whole model and complete it. As you draw it, say 4 and 1 make 5 altogether, 3 and 6 make 9 altogether.
Draw your own carriages and write the part-whole model to go along with it.
Thursday - Exploring addition by adding on
Watch this video from Oak National Academy which explains how to add on.
Click start lesson, watch the video. At the end of the video click next and it will take you to some activity slides.
Practise adding two sets of objects by adding on - count the first group of objects, keep that number in your head, point to and add on each one in the next group of objects.
Friday - Exploring addition by adding on
Race to 20 - Use the number track below or draw your own number track to 20. You will need one track for every person who is playing.
Take turns to roll the dice. If you roll a 1-6, collect that number of objects to cover the track. (Buttons would work well as counters for this.) Every time you roll, add on that number of counters to see how far along the track you get. Keep that first number in your head then add on the number you have rolled. The first person to reach 20 is the winner. If you haven't got a dice, use this one - https://nrich.maths.org/6717
Answers to come next week!
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