This year's theme is kindness, so I thought I'd share with you a daily acts of kindness activity everyday to help inspire everyone to do something nice for others.
Tell someone three positive things you love about them.
Follow the link to phonics play and complete three games of Buried Treasure.
Tune in for another RWI Set 3 sounds lesson with Rosie. Watch her video from 10:30 at:
Octopus book: Read the instructions on pages 30 and 31 and complete the activities.
Finally, it is time to write our stories. You will need your story map that we did in lesson 2 so that you can remember exactly what happens. You will also need a piece of lined paper and a pencil.
When comparing the mass of objects, we use these words:
Remember an object can be heavier than something else, even if it looks smaller.
The mass of two objects might be equal to each other, too.
We can use the symbols for more than and less than to compare the mass of objects. (We looked at this last week)
Use the words heavier and lighter to compare the objects.
Here are some examples:
Two things can be the same mass. Smaller things can sometimes be heavier than larger things.
Follow the link to some Power Maths. You can print the sheet off or talk about the questions with an adult or older sibling.
In today’s lesson we are going to be learning all about Amelia Earhart. She is one of America’s most well-known and adventurous aviators, who made history when she completed the first solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean. We will be listening to and then drawing the story of her incredible life.