Watch Miss Page tell 'The Paper Dolls' story using a story mountain. Now have a go at drawing pictures from the story on your own story mountain. Remember you don't need to include everything, just the most important events from the beginning, middle and ending of the story. You can add speech bubbles if you like. You can watch and pause a version of the story here to help you: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2i8tkbeJsn
Watch Miss Phillips and Miss Page 'step out' the Paper Dolls story. Now have a go at home. Remember you only need to use a few words. The idea of' Story Stepping' is to help you remember the main events of a story. You can use your Story Map to help you remember the order of events. Keep practising until you can tell the story with your actions. Have fun!
Listen to Miss Page read our story for the week. Make sure you keep listening to the end to find out your challenge!
Watch this video to hear the story of The Tunnel in preparation for our new English unit of work. Pay close attention to the pictures!
This is the first video to watch which recaps place value and making numbers 10 and 100 times greater and smaller.
This is the second maths video to watch before the lesson on Wednesday 20.1.21. It explains place value of tenths as fractions and decimals.
A presentation to look at and listen to ready for the questions for today
The worksheet is at the end of the presentation
This video will show you how to form the c group of letters using the handwriting paper or your own lined paper.