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.
Today we are practising our 10 times-tables
By now you can all count in tens
What patterns do you notice when counting in tens?
= means equals, the same as and equal to.
Remember that the = sign can be at both ends of the calculation like this...
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.
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?
Can you underline the verb, an adjective and noun?
Sophie ran in her new red shorts.
Change the verb to the present tense.
LQ: Which ending?
le, el, il
le at the end of a word makes an /l/ sound.
This is the most common ending out of le, el, al and il.
Read: table, apple, bottle, little, middle, battle, bubble, candle, dangle, horrible
Can you unscramble the words?
pplea ddlemi blebub delnac rhleoribb elgnad
Write sentences with the above words using the conjunctions but, because, so.
Below you will find this week's English. There are 5 lessons based around a poem.