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Wake up work-answer 4 quick maths questions

PHYSICAL ACTIVITY

Monday:     Dance with Oti Mabuse - MOANA  - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LieVOtvZXe0 

Read Write Inc.

 

Below there is a sound video linked to our sound today and then a spelling video. 

 

Have a watch and join in.

Reading- My Shadow by Robert Louis Stevenson

Play this link and listen to this poem. 

Can you find the meaning of these words?

Read the passage below.

What is the boy thinking? Write it in each thought bubble.

Maths - Recognise equal groups

EXPRESS YOURSELF ACTIVITY

This week is Children's Mental Health Week. This year's theme is 'Express Yourself' and it's all about finding ways to share your feelings, thoughts or ideas through creativity. There will be daily activities set to support this.

Today's activities are:

Movement

Play the miming game, ‘In the manner of the word’, to teach children how we can communicate with each other and express ourselves without words. Follow these simple instructions: ask your class to sit in a circle (or online if children are not physically in the same space) choose one child to draw a card from a hat which has an adverb written on it (for example: happily, sadly, angrily, joyfully, carefully, casually, slowly, quickly, foolishly, etc.) the rest of the children in the circle then ask the child to mime an action (for example: walk, study, play, ride a bike, watch TV, eat, get dressed etc.) ‘in the manner of the word’ the child has to mime these different actions in a way that reflects the adverb they selected, for example: ‘walk’ (action chosen by class) ‘carefully’ (adverb picked by the child). The child does this until the rest of the class guesses the adverb correctly.

 

 

11:30-12:00-EXPRESS YOURSELF FOCUS

DailyXpress session - Mixed Monday (feelings are ok), yr 1-6, RAISE Team

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z3jhbm-CHy4

History: What happened on the night of 2nd September 1666? (lesson 4)

 

Do you remember the court scene from last week?

Take a minute to answer these questions: Who did we hear from? What was their role/job? Who was to blame? When did the fire start? How did it start?

Using the images of the people we met last week, can you add the details to make a mind map?

Watch the video about Samuel Pepys and his diary.

Look at the example diary. Imagine you are Samuel Pepys. Can you write your own diary? What can you see, feel, hear, smell? 

Storytime:

 

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