It has been another busy week of learning in P4W.
We have been developing skills across the curriculum.
We are becoming Reading Detectives as we continue to read our class novel ‘Ottoline and the Yellow Cat’.
We are finding information about the main characters and identifying character traits using evidence in the text.
Giving our opinion on a text and discussing a variety of texts with a partner and in a team.
We are finding information about the characters and asking questions.
Finding information in a text.
Developing our writing skills, using adjectives to describe characters and a scene.
Developing our knowledge of sentence structure.
Developing our joined-up cursive handwriting.
Developing our knowledge of speech marks.
Revising three ways of adding the ‘ing’ suffix.
Don’t change me!
Double the final consonant.
Drop the e and add ing.
FANTASTIC- sound walk drop leave have think swim use give slip write steal have think
SPECTACULAR- explain drag wrap happen expect refuse hope fascinate change drag know manage forget shock
Ideas for home learning: Use the root words to create a simple adding ‘ing’ game of your own or play this one to test your skills.
Draw lines to create three columns. Write an adding’ ing’ rule at the top of each column.
Next, write the root words on small cards. Place them upside down. Each player takes it in turn to choose a card and place them in the correct rule column according to the rule for that word.
Extra Challenge- add more words to each column.
Reading and writing 4-digit numbers in words and digits.
Comparing and ordering 4- digit numbers.
Showing and explaining the value of each digit.
Adding and subtracting multiples of 10, 100 and 1000 using 4- digit numbers.
Using > and < symbols to compare numbers and create mathematical sentences.
Counting on and back from a given number
Identifying numbers between two given numbers.
Using the language of possibility.
Recalling number facts quickly and accurately.
Explaining our strategies for making addition calculations.
Recalling doubles quickly and accurately.
Developing our knowledge of the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
Doubling 2 and 3-digit numbers.
Ideas for home learning– https://www.topmarks.co.uk/number-facts/number-fact-families
Challenge yourself – make a fact family using the numbers.
For example: 6+8-14 8+6=14 14-6=8 14-8=6
Health and Wellbeing
We are exploring strategies to help us become more resilient.
Developing our fitness, listening and quick thinking skills.
Developing our coordination, rhythm and sequencing skills.
We are learning how to listen carefully- what this looks like and sounds like.
Being a supportive learning partner and team member.
Developing our knowledge of Scotland
Developing our mapping skills.
Developing our I.C.T. skills.
Have a lovely long weekend!