Remember this is not an expectation of what has to be done each week. Pick and choose what you can do and be kind to yourself.
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I have put Day 1 and 2 together. It is to try and break down the process of planning and then writing Jack and The Beanstalk. You can do it all on one day, over 4 it is up to you. The two days is just guideline not an expectation.
We are starting a new story for Day 3. I have read the pages on the PowerPoint but if you would like to see the book (and me reading it) you can find it on the Class 2 Facebook page.
You will need the next page from Jim and The Beanstalk for today's lesson. I have read it on the PowerPoint but you can also see me tackle it on the Class 2 Facebook page in the English Videos section.
It is Guided Reading with a dash of Science this week . I couldn't separate the files I'm afraid so here are the page numbers to help you out:
Page 1 - 3 for Mild
Page 5 - 7 for Medium
Page 9 - 11 for Hot
Each section has information about garden birds followed by questions (and answers). There is a lot of reading so take your time. Remember to look for clues in the text, don't guess. If a question asks What does a Robin eat? look for those words in the text. You could use a coloured pencil or pen to underline or circle important parts.
This week we are looking at seeds and how they disperse. The video may or may not play in the PowerPoint...I have a ye olde machine and system so it might not have embedded. If it doesn't work I have added it below just in case.
Here is a classical piece of music by Frederick Delius called In a Summer Garden. I thought it might be a nice piece to listen to this week. It might be nice to play while your are practising your handwriting (like we do in class) or completing your art...do you recognise the picture they have used?