Year 1 Maths
LQ: How well can I use number bonds to help me add?
Today we are using our number bonds to help us add quickly.
Year 2 Maths
This week, we are continuing with our topic of money. We will be looking at making amounts, comparing, finding the total/difference and finding change.
Can you compare amounts of money?
What is the same/different?
Remember the symbols we use to compare amounts
< When one value is smaller than another, we can use a less than sign.
> When one value is bigger than another, we can use a greater than sign.
= When two values are equal, we use the equals sign.
In this lesson, we will map, step and speak the story of the 'The Magic Paintbrush'.
Please practise this week's spellings by logging on to Spelling Shed. If you have any issues logging in please email me
Year 1 phonics
This will be taught during our zoom lesson. If you can't make it, please use the information below to do the lesson in your own time.
Revisit - Flashcard time challenge (all phases)
- Tricky word trucks (choose any phase to practise reading tricky words)
Teach - Alternative spelling of /n/ - We can use 'kn' to make the same sound.
Blending for reading - knit knew knot
Segmenting for spelling - knife knock know
Use the 'Sentences Phase 5c' game (week 14 /n/).
Practise/Apply - Read the phoneme spotter story (below). Today, I would like you to find all of the kn words. You could put all the words you find into a list. Challenge: Write a sentence using some of the kn words.
Year 2 Phonics
Read and practise writing two of the Phase 5 C sentences on Phonics Play.
Recap: What is a verb? Can you put some of yesterday's words into the past tense?
Key words: past tense, present tense, suffix, verb, rule
Today's verbs: bake, behave, chase, dance, use, close
Recap: What happens to verbs that end in e? (bye bye e...add ed, bye bye e...add ing)
Show an example. (Please note, we could also say, 'When the verb ends in e, just add d.)
The children will add ing and ed to the root words above.
Write sentences in the past and present tense.
Can they improve their work by using a conjunction in their sentence? (so, but, because, when, if)