We hope you have all had a relaxing week off for half term.
For Autumn 2, we will be looking at the stories of The Jolly Postman. We will be looking at the different letters written throughout the book, as well as writing our own responses.
We will continue to make ourselves more aware of the world around us by watching the BBC Newsround and reading First News. This will support our speaking and listening skills as well as helping us gain knowledge by identifying countries, continents and oceans.
PLEASE NOTE: Our PE has changed to Tuesday and Wednesday
Miss Bond and Miss Davies
The reading challenge will continue this year. The children need to read at least four times a week for ten weeks to receive their reading badge at the end of term. Please record when you read in the Partnership Book as then we also know when to change the book.
We will be giving out maths homework booklets based on the work we have been doing in class. These will go out on Monday to be returned the following Monday. Please complete this in the lined book as it gives children room to do their corrections if needed.
However, if you feel that your child/ren will continue to benefit from using doodle maths, please do keep up the good work!
Week 9- /al/ at the end of the word
Friday 23rd November- Class Eisteddfod
Over the next few weeks, we will be responding to and discussing the story of The Jolly Postman. We will be looking at his journey to the different houses throughout the book, reading and replying to the various letters. We will be learning about the different features of letters and what the difference between formal and informal letters are.
Over the next week, we will be focusing on addition and subtraction problem-solving. We will be looking at open-ended questions as well as word problems to help embed our knowledge.
Our next block is Computing with a focus on E-safety.
Ailsa and Emily
Important Information and Resources
Here is a list of different websites and apps that I have found if you wish to do some extra practice at home. To follow a link, copy and paste it into the search bar.
http://www.lancsngfl.ac.uk/curriculum/literacy/lit_site/lit_sites/alpha_drag/widepage.htm - punctuate sentences with capital letters and full stops.
http://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/ngfl/english/caerphilly/adjectives/index.htm - a game for practising adjectives.
http://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button - quick-fire practice for all the different times tables.
http://www.mad4maths.com/5_x_multiplication_table_math_game/ - a funny game that's good for practising your 5 and 3 times tables
http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/game/ma13tabl-game-tables-grid-find - a times tables game that gets you thinking about the relationship between the two numbers that are multiplied together
http://www.primarygames.co.uk/pg2/splat/splatsq100.html - a hundred square that lets you splat numbers with different colours to help you see patterns. Really useful for number work.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/skillswise/game/ma24weig-game-taking-measures-weight - a game that lets you practise measuring different objects and thinking about what equipment you need to use to measure.
http://www.topmarks.co.uk/Flash.aspx?b=science/characteristic_material - a fun game that lets you revise the properties of different materials.