Today, take a look at each of the words and then read the sentence.
Which word fits the sentence best?
Write the sentence in your best handwriting with the correct word.
You have now read the text, checked any tricky words and should have a good understanding of the information.
Today, we are going to check that understanding.
- Read the text again
- Answer these questions
1. How many layers of the ocean are there?
2. Which layer is warm?
3. What is in the Sunlight zone?
4. Which layer is also called the ocean floor?
Remember: an adjective is a word we can use to describe the crab.
e.g. hard shell, long legs
What words did you come up with?
Now we are going to use our words to write some sentences.
Remember, your sentence needs:
A capital letter
e.g. The small crab has very long legs.
Put your sentences onto the blog so that we can see what great descriptions you came up with.
Now, today we are going to look at some other questions.
Remember, To find the starting number, we are adding the number taken away and the number left to find out the big number that we started with.
Try with these questions.
We have been thinking about new starts.
We have looked at New Year and how we celebrate this.
We have also looked at asking for forgiveness and what this means to us.
In particular, we have looked at the Jewish celebrations of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
However, a new start isn't just about asking for forgiveness. It is also about looking forward to the things that the new year can bring. Excitement, activities, new starts, a chance to make a fresh start.
What do you hope for in a new year?
Looking forward to Year 2:
- What do you hope will happen?
- What are you looking forward to?
- What would you like to do better?
Write some sentences / a picture / both to tell me about what you are looking forward to in the new year at school.