Joke of the day: What animal can you always find at a cricket game? A bat!
Spelling: Can you think of any other words that end in -el?
Tick or correct your answers from yesterdays Maths task:
- 2 o’clock
- half past 7
- 3 o’clock
- half past 9
- 11 o’clock
- half past 5
- half past 11
- 1 o’clock
- half past 8
- half past 1
- 7 o’clock
- 10 o’clock
Maths: To describe and create shape patterns
A pattern has a repeated design or recurring sequence. That means the same pictures/ shapes are repeated over and over again. Like so:
Can you find the next shapes in the patterns below and draw them in your home learning books?
Can you create your own shape pattern that:
We are now going to be using the English lessons from Oak National Academy. So here is your first lesson:
I will be setting you lots of tasks this week on Edshed so make sure you are logging in and checking. You will all have the login details on the first page of your home learning books that you took home/ got sent to you. You can access Edshed via the app (this will cost you £2.99 to download) or you can play it for FREE through the internet here: https://play.edshed.com/login
I am able to see who is using Edshed and how you are doing. It is really important that you are doing learning from home as it will keep exercising those brains of yours!