This week we are learning about Dragons.
This week we are focusing on the letters y and z Can you work on the letter formation?
Can you draw a dragon and label it using different digraphs? ng in wing, ee in teeth, ai in tail.
Can you take a look at this PowerPoint which is at the bottom of this page, about St George the patron saint of England. It tells you the story of George and the Dragon!
Did you enjoy the story? Can your draw your favourite part and write a little caption
Do you have any other dragon stories at home?
This week we are thinking about odd and even numbers.
Can you watch this video to help you understand what odd and even numbers are? https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=E3uxBI9npas
Can you explore odds and evens using objects. Gather some objects like cars, shells, stones etc. Count out a number of objects up to 10, share the objects between you and someone else.Do you have any left? How many do you have? Is that an odd or even number?
Go for a little walk down your road and have a look at all the house numbers, what do you notice? Can you spot some odd and even numbers?
Here is a game for you to play. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/coconut-odd-or-even
Can you make a junk model dragon out of any bits of recycling? What do you think you could use?
Have you got a paper plate at home? You could turn it into your very own dragon!
Time to get moving! https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=d_QqnSXE_qA
Can you gather up any objects on the floor in the garden? Leaves, sticks,grass cuttings and turn them into a natural picture of a dragon on the floor?