Week 1, Summer Term, 19th April

Summer Week 1: Beginning Monday 19th April

 

Numeracy

This week we are beginning some work on Multiplication

 

Monday: Counting in 2s

Build your confidence counting in 2s beyond 20 now. Watch the video and complete the worksheet

https://vimeo.com/521501160

 

Tuesday: Counting in 5s

Build your confidence counting in 5s beyond 20 now. Watch the video and complete the worksheet

https://vimeo.com/521501660

 

Wednesday: Counting in 10s

Build your confidence counting in 10s beyond 20 now. Watch the video and complete the worksheet

https://vimeo.com/521502841

 

Thursday: Make equal groups

This is the start of our work on understanding multiplication. Practise putting a group of objects (counters/cubes/coins/sweets) into equal groups of 2 or 3 to start with, then try bigger numbers. Watch the video and complete the worksheet.

https://vimeo.com/521503480

 

Friday: Add together equal groups.

Watch the video and complete the worksheet looking at adding repeated groups of equal amounts.

https://vimeo.com/528970702

 

Online resources

Numeracy

  •          Hit the button- practise with number bonds

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

  •          Subtraction practise

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/subtraction-grids

  •          Addition and subtraction practise

http://www.ictgames.com/funkyMummy/index.html

  •          Counting in 2/5s

http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/duckShoot/index.html

 

Literacy

Read Little Red Riding Hood – read the story attached. 

 

 
  1.     After the story read the comprehension questions and answer.
  2.     Have a think about the story and who the good and bad characters are. How do you know? What kind of things do they say or do to make them good or bad?

Using the sheet decide what kind of things make a good or bad character from the story – e.g. – picks flowers, growls, follows people.

  •  3. Describe the wolf and make a Wanted poster – remember to use adjectives so people know what he looks like.
  •   4. Think of other stories you have read – can you name the good and bad characters. What do they say or do? Make a list of good and bad characters that you can think of.
  •   5. Re-read the story and create s tory map with a beginning, middle and ending.