Listen to the Teddy Bears’ Picnic song:
Join in with the words if you can: Teddy Bears’ Picnic – Karaoke Track (Some American spellings)
Think about holding your own teddy bears’ picnic. Write a list of the things you will need to get ready, e.g. Picnic rug Sandwiches Crisps Juice. Write a list of what you will need.
Think about inviting your own teddy bears/soft toys or your family and friends with their teddy bears.
Write an invitation to your Teddy Bears’ Picnic. You need to think about these things for your invitation:
To: Who are you inviting?
For: Why are you inviting them?
Time: What time of day?
Place: Where will your picnic be?
Check your writing for capital letters for names and places. Use phonics for spelling too.
Here is another story for you to listen to, read by Nick:
Year 1 Maths
Today, you will be learning more about numbers to 50. Here is a lesson for you to watch first:
Year 2 Maths
As part of your topic about shape, you will be sorting 2D shapes. Watch this lesson before you have a go at the worksheets.
In this lesson, you will be learning about how improved transport has made the world more connected. You will be learning about how cars and trains have changed. You'll also learn about some of the benefits of the world being more connected.
How has improved transport made the world more connected? (Part 1) (thenational.academy)