LQ: Can I recognise and name 3-D shapes?
Today, we are going to be learning the names of simple three dimensional (3-D) shapes: cuboids (including cubes), cylinders, pyramids, cones and spheres.
The second part of the worksheet involves using 3-D shapes to create a model, this will be tricky to do at home without maths resources. You could go on a shape hunt instead by searching for 3-D objects. For example, a tin of beans is a cylinder shape.
If you would like to challenge yourself, there are some great questions below that involve using your reasoning and problem solving skills. You could answer one/two of these on paper or in your home learning exercise book.
Below you will find this week's English. There are 5 lessons based around a poem.
This will be taught during the 10.30am zoom. If you can't make it, please use the information below to do the lesson in your own time.
LQ: Which ie?
How many ways can we write ie?
igh, ie, i, i-e, y, eye
Blend for reading: high
Segment for spelling: tonight
Practise/ Apply : Read the Phoneme Spotter on Phonics Play together. How many words can they find that contain the 'ie' phoneme?