Remember to check that you know your sounds and have a go at reading your book.
Talk about how some bears are nocturnal so sleep during the day.
Some bears hibernate which means that they sleep through the winter.
Read the story of The Bear Snores On by Karma Wilson:
Keep pausing the video to orally retell what happens throughout the story.
Write a diary as if you were the mouse, retelling the events of the day.
Remember to write using the word ‘I’ and to include capital letters, full stops and sentences with the word ‘and’ and ‘but’ in.
Can you include an exclamation mark and a question mark too?
Here's an example of a diary:
This morning I crawled into a cave from the cold snow. It was too damp and dark so I lit a fire. The coals popped but it didn’t wake the big bear who was sleeping in there.
When you have finished, check for capital letters, full stops, question marks and exclamation marks.
Year 1 Maths
Today, you be learning about representing numbers to 50. Here is a lesson for you to watch before you have a go at the worksheets.
Year 2 Maths
In today's lesson you will be counting faces on 3D shapes. Watch the lesson before you do the worksheets.
In this lesson, you will be thinking all about how colours can make us feel.
You will begin to learn about the properties of colour and how to select colours for your art to express an emotion.
At the end of the lesson you will be drawing a self-portrait using the colours that express how you are feeling today.
Why is colour important in art? (thenational.academy)