Session 1: Wellbeing Journal and English
English- Using full stops, capital letters, and joining words https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zmqtnrd
When we write a sentence, we always use a capital letter at the start and punctuation at the end (usually a full stop)- This is an example of how to use capital letters and full stops.
Conjunctions are also known as joining words. These are words that join clauses together. A clause is a group of words that contain a noun and a verb. Watch this short video to find out more.
The word and is a joining word that can be used in different ways.
It can be used to add some more information.
My monster likes ice-cream and ketchup.
The word and can also be used to join two different clauses together.
My monster went upstairs and hid behind the toilet.
Take a look at the sentences below and check whether they use capital letters and full stops correctly. Mark them by either saying the answer out loud or writing them down and marking them with a tick or a cross. The first one has been done for you.
Complete the Building sentences activity sheet below.
You can either print out the activity sheet or write the sentences on a piece of paper.
Session 2- Maths: Repeated Addition
Session 3: Sports week activity
Activity One: Keepy Uppy Challenge- How many can you do in 60 seconds?
If you do not have a ball try it with a pair of socks, an orange, or a toy.
Activity Two: Obstacle Course Time!
You will need to create your own obstacle course: You can use the poster for inspiration.
Be as creative as you can, combine different elements (crawling underneath something, jumping over an object, changing direction etc.)
Session 4: Red Riding Hood Comic Strip
Session 5: Outdoor learning task
Design a trap for the wolf!
Reflection on our day...