This week we will be learning how to do subtraction.
Complete the lesson on Bitesize about subtraction. Tell a grown-up what subtraction is.
Now look through this lesson. Solve some subtraction problems using one of the methods you have seen.
Today we would like you to follow the lesson on the White Rose link below called 'Subtract a 2 digit number from a 2 digit number not crossing ten'
This week we are starting to learning about column subtraction. Look at the video on the BBC bitesize page to learn what column addition is.
Follow the video for subtracting two 2 digit numbers.
Use the link to follow the lesson about subtracting using the column method with subtraction.
This week we are going to be making a fact file about Whales.
To start us off here is an example of a fact file on whales. Read through it with a grown up and discuss what the fact file is for, the features of a fact file and also any facts about whales you find interesting.
Look through the fact file from yesterday again. Write down any facts you find interesting. You can do your own research on whales on the internet or in books if you can.
Today we would like you to watch the clip from Blue Planet with David Attenborough. Discuss with a grown-up what you found out from the clip.
Watch the clip from yesterday again.
Now watch this clip from Our Planet about humpback whales.
Today we would like you to write a list of facts you found out from the clips.
Discuss all the things you have found out in this week so far.
Today we would like you to write your own fact file about whales. Remember as many exciting facts as you can! Remember to also include pictures. You can either draw them or stick photos in you have printed out.
Practise your phonics on phonics play
Read a book on Oxford Owl
Today practise your tricky word reading
Read a book on Oxford Owl.
Play a game on Phonics bloom.
Science - habitat
To help you with your factfile this week today we are going to look at a whale's habitats.
Follow this lesson on bitesize to find out all about ocean habitats. Make notes on anything you find out that you could include in your fact file.
Oceans of the world
Follow the lesson on The National Oak Academy on what lives in our oceans.
Should whales be kept in captivity?
Today we would like you to think carefully about this question.
Watch this clip from News Round and do any of your own research on the internet. Discuss the question with a grown-up and decide how you feel about it. There is no right or wrong answer, this is your opinion!
Last week in school we made mobiles like Alexander Calder's using sticks, string and coloured card cut into circles, a bit like the one you can see below.
We would like you to make your own mobile at home using sticks from the garden or park and any string or ribbon you can find. We would love your mobile to be sea creature themed. Use colourful paper or card and cut out different sea creatures, or use pictures you find in magazines or on the internet. You could even draw your favourite sea creatures and cut them out!
Today we would like you to stretch out and relax with this under the sea yoga workout.