Wednesday 25th March 2020
Don't forget to check SAM Learning for tasks!
Try this to get you started.
Set up a daily 10 challenge using the link below. Practice doubling numbers and give yourself 7 or more seconds to complete them.
Today we will be reading and following instructions accurately.
We will be creating an origami rabbit – following instructions and applying our knowledge of lines of symmetry.
What is symmetry?
Something is symmetrical when it is the same on both sides. A shape has symmetry if a central dividing line (a mirror line) can be drawn on it, to show that both sides of the shape are exactly the same.
Now have a go at these questions for today’s task.
Here is an extra activity on symmetry if you want more practice.
Print the egg out or draw your own with your own symmetrical design.
Read this poem.
1) Draw your own sea creature. Label it with at least 6 adjectives to describe it.
E.g. Smelly feet, slimy hair, giant claws, tiny eyes, huge jaws,...
2) Now write full sentences describing different parts of your creature.
E.g. My creature has hair hands.
My creature has a pointy nose and very sharp claws.
See the adjective word list below for help if you need it.
Listen to a story from BBC’s Jackanory Junior.
1) Create a quiz about a story that you listened to. Can someone at home try to answer your quiz after listening to the story.
2) Create your own story telling video with your favourite book at home and perform it to someone at home.