A super week, Owls! Well done
In maths, we have completed our first unit of work: Place Value. We have ended the unit by counting in 2s, 5s, 10s and 3s both forwards and backwards! Can you continue the sequences below?
2, 4, 6, ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___
5, 10, 15, ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___
10, 20, 30, ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___
3, 6, 9, ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___ , ___
We have been exploring counting in 10s from any number. Can you tell someone 10 more than 54? Do the tens change? Do the ones change? Use a hundred-square to count in 10s from 26, 17, 38.
In English, we have been learning our new model text, 'The Mouse, The Fox and The Gruffalo'. This is a journey tale. Can you tell someone at home what a journey tale is? Can you use your story map to retell the story to someone at home?
We have also been learning about adverbs. Can you tell someone at home what an adverb is? An adverb is a word to describe the verb (the action). For example: Mrs Taylor-Day sang loudly. Can you complete the following sentences using an adverb?
The fox ran _________________ .
The mouse squeaked ______________ .
The Gruffalo growled ______________ .
In Topic, we have been learning about the Industrial Revolution and the jobs working-class people would have had to do during the Victorian era. Look at the pictures below and tell someone at home about the different jobs: