Hello lovely Matterhorn,
I hope you all had a fantastic half-term and you and your families are keeping safe and well. The weather has been brilliant hope you were able to get out and enjoy it.
I will continue to call each week to catch up with you all. Thank you to the parents who have sent photos of the special work your children have been doing at home.
This week we are going to read If all the world were.....by Joseph Coelho Our new maths focus will be on TIME, you will be able to tell and write the time to five minutes, including quarter past/to the hour and draw the hands on a clock face to show these times. You will know the number of minutes in an hour and the number of hours in a day.
If you’ve done some fantastic work, send me a picture of it and I will upload it on our class page under Star of the Week for everyone to see!
Please email me if you need anything, want to send work, or even just want to let me know how you are getting on! I would love to hear from you all.
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From Mrs. Ferguson
Star of the Week
Well done Ojhaun for your excellent alternative story.
Well done to Fjorel for his fantastic fraction work!
Well done to Aadi for completing the spelling crossword.
Well done to Isabella for her fabulous dressing up picture, impressive fraction work, and for sharing her party picture with her toys.
Don’t forget to keep reading for pleasure every day! Here are some websites doing free books:
Thank you to those parents who have signed up to Epic! Reading. You've all been sent an email with a link to access it (it is an online library). We've used it in class before.
Remember, there are lots of ways to enjoy reading!
Here's a fun crossword to do (it's made up of last week's spelling words).
Click on the picture and it will download the document for you to type in.
Here's our new words for this week:
Weekly Times Tables
Sign in to TT Rockstars to practice your times tables and play fun games! Look in your emails for details!
Our 4 times tables are new to us so we should keep practicing! Here's a song to help you learn:
Can you make groups of fours using small objects around the house? Count the groups in fours out loud.
You can also play this game (make sure you click on the 4 times tables!).
Weekly Project: ScienceAnimals, as well as humans, have offspring which grow into adults.
Offspring are a person or animal's children.
Ask your mum questions about what she had to do to care for you as a baby. How did these things change as you started to grow and get older?
Can you match these different species of animals to the names of the male/female and their offspring?
Draw the animals and their offspring on a piece of spare paper.
You can use the internet to help you research the names.