10 minute starter
Coconut ordering - Numbers - Up to 20
Today you will complete the final two steps and complete your knowledge organiser!
Label these childhood artefacts. If you don't have a print you can draw a picture and write a label underneath.
Write a sentence to explain what is happening in this historical picture.
Lesson 4 - SPAG
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Targeted Question Book - 'More than one Sentence', page 6
You can join lots of sentences together to make a story.
Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling Targeted Question Book - 'Capital letters for Names and I', page 7
You need to use capital letters for names, days of the week and months of the year.
Lesson 5 : History
This week in History we have been thinking about important life events such as birthdays, family celebrations and personal achievements. We thought it would be a lovely idea to have a mini celebration of our own 1950's themed style. So for today's History you can a mini celebration at home with your parents, carers, siblings or even with your toys. You can pint off the party activities below to decorate your room, you could even ask your grown ups if they have any party food or drinks for the celebration, if not you can use your imagination and have an amazing feast. Do not forget the party games, there is a list below of wonderful party games for you to try and don't forget the dancing you can use the 1950's music below to have a boogie.
Please send us the photos of your celebrations!
Party games children would play in the 1950s. Some of them you may still play today! Here is a list of the ones we are going to try in school. Use the internet to find out what they are and see if you can play them:
- Hide and Go Seek
- Kick the Can
- Hop Scotch
- Red Rover
- Mother, May I?
- Jumping Rope
- Queenie, Queenie, who's got the ball?