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Tuesday (19.05.20)

Hi. How are you all today? I hope you are all feeling well.

Well done with the phonics activity on Purple Mash yesterday to those that completed it. You did really well choosing the correct sound. In the Letters and Sounds phonics lesson yesterday we practised the digraph 'oy'. See if you can read these words :

toy

joy

annoy

royal

enjoy

ahoy

cowboy

Now watch today's phonics lesson and see what the new sound is.

 

In Literacy today we are going to be continuing with our work about polar animals. We now know that there is the North Pole (the Arctic) and the South Pole (the Antarctic). There are different animals that live in the Arctic and the Antarctic. Penguins live in the Antarctic. Eleanor's Daddy has actually been to Antarctica with the Navy. He has sent us some videos and photos of the things that he saw when he went there. Look at these. WOW!

 

 

 

Do you see penguins outside your Post Office? I don't - but in Antarctica there were lots!

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A baby Gentoo penguin.

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Here you can see Eleanor's daddy at the penguin Post Office and with his ship.

Here you can see Eleanor's daddy at the penguin Post Office and with his ship. 1
Here you can see Eleanor's daddy at the penguin Post Office and with his ship. 2

Young elephant seals living in Antarctica. This one was trying to scare Eleanor's Daddy away!

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Now I would like you to watch the video below and see what other interesting facts you can find out about penguins.

Penguins for Kids: Interesting Facts - Different Types of Penguins for Children

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For your Literacy task I would like you to create a fact file about penguins. See what interesting information you can remember and write some sentences about them. If you would like to include a picture of a penguin as part of your fact file, you will find a 'How to draw a penguin,' link below. Go on now - get waddling!
In Maths today you will be measuring length and height. Have a go at the following work.

Year 1 - Week 5 - Lesson 2 - Measure length (1)

This is "Year 1 - Week 5 - Lesson 2 - Measure length (1)" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

And if you have time to complete a couple of other penguin themed activities you could try to draw your own penguin picture (see the link below) and/or join in with the Pedro the penguin Cosmic Yoga (you will also find the link for this below.)

 

How to draw a penguin EASY & SLOWLY step by step for kids and beginners

How to draw a penguin EASY & SLOWLY step by step for kids and beginners ☞ Fanpage facebook drawing for kids: https://goo.gl/g2PJAQ ▶ SUBSCRIBE: https://goo.g...

Pedro the Penguin | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

Episode 4 | Pedro the Penguin | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure! A kids yoga story all about persistence and following your dreams! Get the lesson plan for this...

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