This week’s challenges 17.07.17

This week’s challenges 17.07.17

This week’s writing challenges Can you write a message to the new children? Green Challenge to use enough correct letters that people can read your writing Orange Challenge   to remember to use finger spaces so that someone else can read your writing. Red Challenge to remember fingers spaces, a capital letter at the beginning and a full stop at the end of your sentence. Can you use some digraphs and spell your bear words correctly? This week’s Maths challenges Can you use the language associated with money? Green Challenge  to use money to pay for items in the summer shop. Orange Challenge  to use the correct coin(s) to pay for items in the summer shop. Red Challenge to be the shop keeper and give the correct change.   Unit challenge To create an...
This week’s challenges 03.07.17

This week’s challenges 03.07.17

This week’s writing challenges Can you make a non-fiction book about lighthouses? Green Challenge Use enough correct letters that someone else can read your writing. Orange Challenge Remember to use finger spaces so that someone else can read your writing. Red Challenge Remember a capital letter at the beginning and a full stop at the end of your sentence. Include finger spaces. Can you use a digraph? This week’s maths challenges Can you double? Green Challenge Count out then double numbers to 5. Orange Challenge Double numbers to 10. Red Challenge Double numbers to 20. Record answers. Unit challenge To make a...
This week’s challenges 26.06.17

This week’s challenges 26.06.17

This week’s Writing challenges Can you write a pirate story? Green Challenge to use enough correct letters that people can read your writing. Orange Challenge   to remember to use finger spaces so that someone else can read your writing. Red Challenge to remember fingers spaces, a capital letter at the beginning and a full stop at the end of your sentence. Can you use some digraphs and spell your bear words correctly? This week’s Maths challenges Can you measure? Green Challenge  to say which is heaviest/lightest or longest/shortest. Orange Challenge  to measure the objects to see which are heaviest/lightest or longest/shortest, choosing the correct equipment to use. Red Challenge to estimate which objects are heaviest/lightest or longest/shortest, choosing the correct equipment to use to measure the objects.   Unit challenge To make a treasure...
This week’s challenges 19.06.17

This week’s challenges 19.06.17

This week’s writing challenges Can you write a mermaid or a pirate story? Green Challenge to use enough correct letters that someone else can read your writing. Orange Challenge to remember to use finger spaces so that someone else can read your writing. Red Challenge to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Can you use digraphs? This week’s Maths challenges Can you hide the treasure and use positional language? Green Challenge  to use simple positional language to describe where the treasure is hidden e.g. on top, under Orange Challenge to use complex positional language e.g. behind, infront of, next to. Red Challenge  to use two instructions to find where the treasure is hidden e.g. behind the shell and under the box. Unit challenge To make a pirate...