‘Journeys to take’
It’s a grey but fresh morning and I think the sun might just get out.
We’ve been looking at metaphorical journeys we’ve been on and what amazing goals you have all achieved!
Today, we are going to look literally at all the journeys we’ve taken. Think about all the wonderful walks we’ve been on and the beautiful scenery we’ve explored and the different animals we’ve seen. We are very lucky to live in this part of the world!
Today’s learning, if you wish to have a go: (More details on Tapestry)
Handwriting – practise writing high frequency words.
Maths – Key skills for Year 2 and Year 3 then continue answering questions on Place Value. Try and answer the challenge question.
English and Geography – draw a map of a walk you have been on. Include a key showing different human and physical features. Then write a few descriptive sentences about parts of your walk that really caught your interest.
Shared reading – join me to read ‘Six Dinner Sid’ by Inga Moore.
Geography – Mrs Burton would like you to explore airports and hotels as part of your travel leaflet.
I hope you enjoy these activities but most of all have a lovely day.