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Galileo

RWI

 

Revisit and practise the sounds you have been looking at this week. Share the book you have been reading. 

 

English

 

With an adult, using one of the weblinks below, follow instructions on how to make a rocket. Each video shows a different way to make a rocket:

 

How to make a Rocket? DIY - YouTube

 

Kids Crafts : How to Make a Rocket Ship From a Plastic Bottle - YouTube

 

Mister Maker: How to Make a Mini Space Rocket - YouTube

 

Once your rocket is complete, talk about how you made it using sequencing words such as: first, next, then, finally and doing words such as cut, stick, glue, tape, put etc. Remember to retell the instructions in the correct order!

 

Write down your instructions in full sentences for someone else to follow.

Make sure they are in the correct order using the words discussed previously.

Include a ‘what you need’ section at the top of the page and make sure you number each instruction.

You could add diagrams to go with your instructions too!

Check for capital letters and full stops.

Read through the instructions to check that they make sense before giving them to someone to follow.

Year 1 Maths

 

Today, you will be comparing sets involving addition and subtraction. There are two lessons to watch. You need to watch the first lesson. The second video lesson might help you to understand the words that are used in the problems.

 

Comparing sets using 'more' or 'fewer' (thenational.academy)

 

 

To help with vocab

Solving comparison problems (Part 1) (thenational.academy)

Year 2 Maths

 

Today, you are counting sides on 2D shapes. Here is a lesson for you to watch first.

 

Identifying shapes by the number of vertices and sides (thenational.academy)

Art-Drawing

 

In this lesson, you will think about what it means to be 'good' at drawing. You will experiment with mark making and use a variety of media; pencils, crayons, pastels, felt tips and chalk to begin to explore the different outcomes these tools create.

 

An introduction to drawing (thenational.academy)

 

Here are some other activities that you might like to do:

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