Listen again to the story That Rabbit Belongs to Emily Browne by Cressida Cowell:
Look at the description of the Queen’s golden bear that you wrote yesterday.
Choose your favourite toy. Talk about its size, colour and features.
Write a description of your favourite toy.
Try to use the words ‘and’ and ‘but’ in your writing, e.g. Simba has a golden mane and a fluffy tail. He is old but still has sparkly eyes.
Draw a picture of your favourite toy. You could label your picture using the sentences you have written.
Extra Challenge-A Day in the Life of ......................
Pretend you are your favourite cuddly toy and write an account of a day in your life. You will need to use the words 'I', 'me', 'my' in your writing. here are some questions to help you with your writing:
Where does your owner keep you? Is it a cosy place? Do you share the place with other cuddly toys? What do you get up to when your owner isn't there? What do you have to do when your owner is nearby?
Year 1 Maths
Your lesson today is about comparing numbers. Watch the lesson first before you go to the worksheets.
Year 2 Maths
Here is a video lesson to help you think about tally charts. You can watch it before you do the worksheets.
Today, you will be building on the other lessons you have done and using reflections in your artwork. Here are the slides to watch and the worksheet document. When you do the worksheet, choose 5A, 5B or 5C.
Look again at Goldsworthy's sculpture you saw in the slides. He uses sticks to make his sculpture and stands them in a lake so that it looks like a full circle. Create your own sculpture that is reflected in something. You don't have to use water to create your reflection. You could use a mirror (ask a grown up first if you can borrow one), place it flat on the table and create your reflection sculpture. You could use the inside of a tin lid or a piece of shiny foil. You don't have to use natural materials to make your sculpture, you could use Lego or K'nex. Take a photo of your sculpture and send it to Mrs Beeden.