1) Warm-up: Which numbers are represented here? Can you write them in words? Download the sheet here.
2) Today, we are going to be recapping how to use the greater than (>), less than (<) and equals (=) signs.
Remind yourselves what the signs mean:
3 < 8 3 is less than 8
36 > 12 36 is greater than 12
135 = 135 135 is equal to 135
Watch the video to learn more.
1. Calculate the total of each side.
2. Insert the correct symbol to make the number sentences correct.
Break: Time for a brain break. Click here to help Rob Biddulph’s Odd Dog Out find herself!
If you enjoyed Odd Dog Out's maze, click here to challenge yourself to find your way to the golden ticket!
Remember to wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds before getting something to eat or after going to the toilet!
3) Have you read The Witches? Roald Dahl wrote this book in 1983.
Can you work out how many years ago that was?
a. First, read Roald Dahl’s gruesome character description by clicking here.
b. Reread it, but this time become a detective and spot the spelling, punctuation and grammar mistakes!
a) Who is this describing?
b) Do you think they are a kind person or an unkind person? Why?
c) How did reading this make you feel?
d) Which is your favourite adjective that describes the witch? Why?
e) Can you spot any prepositions?
f) How might you be feeling if you were frozen, numbed and transfixed?
g) Which animal does the boy compare the witch’s eyes to?
h) Which adverb describes how the witch shrieked?
Lunch: Remember to wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds before you eat!
Treat yourself to a viewing of Michael Rosen’s hilarious Chocolate Cake!
Now, try saying this tongue twister as fast as you can!
Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers.
A peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked.
If Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers,
Where's the peck of pickled peppers Peter Piper picked?
Lesson 3: PSHCE
What have you been grateful for this week? Feeling grateful is when we feel thankful.
1) Watch Pass It On by Sophy Henn.
We often find happiness in the smallest of things, like when someone smiles at us or says something kind to us. This could make us feel grateful and thankful. When we see something wonderful, or someone does something kind for us, we can pass it on and make others around us feel grateful and thankful.
Each leaf could be something that you are grateful for or something you’ve done to make someone else feel grateful. Have a look at these ideas for inspiration.
End of the day: Great work today!
Today’s story is Stuck by Oliver Jeffers. Listen to the story and watch some of the illustrations come alive.
Remember to be aiming to read for at least 20-30 minutes every day.
Have a lovely weekend and see you on Monday for another fabulous week of learning!