Eiger - Tuesday
Reading and Writing
Today we are going to discuss why the girl feels worried throughout the story, and why it's normal and okay to feel that way!
Discuss these questions with your family:
Do you have things you worry about?
What do you do when you are worried about something?
Have you ever talked about a worry with someone before?
Who might you choose to share your worries with?
Read this story about Ruby who has a worry.
Can you make a connection between the characters in Ruby Finds A Worry and If All The World Were?
Let's think about both stories...
What might you say to the characters to show them that you understand their worries and fears?
What should we do if we are worried ourselves or see that someone else is worried?
How can we support each other when we share worries?
Did you know we use apostrophes for different things?
This week we will be learning how to use apostrophes for possession. When we possess something, that means we own it and it's ours.
Here are some examples:
That is Najeeb's experiment.
Which is Mylo's cake?
Fjorel's toy is cool.
It is Ojhaun's trophy!
Can you see my red apostrophes?
Here's some sentences using an apostrophe for possession:
We are learning time! Time is used to measure or compare the duration of events or the intervals between them, and even sequence events.
This week we are learning to tell the time in 5 minute intervals. I know that lots of you having been learning how to tell the time, remember to keep practicing!! Here is a video to help you tell the time to 5-minute intervals.
Go on a virtual tour around the world!
Get your passport ready for some virtual travelling across the globe!
Even though we can't visit museums in real life right now, we can still see them on the internet! On this website you can visit cool places around the world like The Louvre in Paris, France or The Smithsonian National Museum in the USA. You can even visit zoos and famous landmarks!
Make sure you send me a postcard of where you've been to firstname.lastname@example.org !