Friday, 24 March 2017

Red Nose Day in Walnut


 
     

Get On Your Bike!

What is an imperative verb?
         
        We talked this morning about how instructions are written, and the language that is used.
       
We went back to our learning from yesterday, and talked about instructions that would help someone learn to ride a bike.
    
Miss Rous had organised some GREEN and PINK tasks , and some sequencing activities too.
        

Create a Clock

Some of us worked in groups this morning to reinforce our understanding of telling the time by making our own clock!
 
       
        Then, Mrs Tatman told us a time, and we had to set our clock!
     
       
                  Some of us worked with Miss Rous to set clocks to different times of the day.
                                          
She tried to trick us by asking us what would by an hour, or half an hour later than the time we had set.

Thursday, 23 March 2017

How To Look After Your Bike!

Following on from our commands work this morning, watch this video and see how many instructions you can hear.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/clips/zd676sg


What Is Kate Doing And When?

This video is a great reminder of how to use our five times table to help us to tell the time.
What do we usually say instead of two thirty, or four fifteen?

Time After Time!

   
More time work this afternoon. Miss Rous organised three activities for us to reinforce our time knowledge, and move our learning forward.
   
 
  

Direction and Position!