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Home Learning 7

Published Friday, November 04, 2011.
Last updated: Friday, November 04, 2011

Friday 4th November

Good morning, 2W. I hope you have had a good week and are managing to carry out some of the learning activities on our blog at home. This is my last blog update for the week.

Literacy / Connected Learning – Fairytale Project

These are our learning questions:

  • Can I tell a traditional tale orally?
  • Can I create my own story based on the pattern of a traditional tale I know?

If you haven’t planned your own version of the fairytale yet, look back to yesterday’s blog for help.

If you have planned your own version of the fairytale then you can start to practise telling it. Think about adjectives you can add to your story plan to describe the characters, the setting and things, for example, “beautiful princess”, “little, white cottage” and “pink, sweet-smelling flowers”. You could draw a picture of your character first and write adjectives around it, like on the sheets here.

Mathematics Learning

Click on the links below the learning question to take you to an activity.

  • Can I tell the time when it something o’clock or half past the hour?
    • O’clock and half past interactive game – two players are needed for this game. Take it in turns to click on the dice. The marker will move on its own. Then click on the red arrow until the clock-hands move to the correct place on the clock. Click done.

If you have any questions or would like to tell me what you have been doing, you can write in the comment box below. Or you could ask mum or dad to email me.

I was sent this photograph yesterday. It’s always lovely to see people learning at home. Well done!

I hope you all have a lovely weekend. Hopefully we'll see each other again on Monday.

Miss Kay

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