Here is this week’s Oddizzi Task, if you wish to have more of a focus when using Oddizzi.
Good Morning! This would have been the last week of this half term, if we had been in school. Another week down is another week closer to getting back to school! This is the plan for the week ahead. Don’t forget to leave a comment or send us some pictures of your work using the no reply email!
Good morning Year 1!
L.O. To understand the parts of a plant.
Adaptability – Communication – Cooperation – Enquiry – Resilience – Respect Thoughtfulness
Today you are going to be looking at the parts of a plant. There is a video to watch, some information to read and some activities to complete. At the bottom there is also an extension task for those that want an extra challenge! Start by watching this video to give you some more information.
When you have watched the video, talk to an adult about the different parts of a plant and what they do.
Now read the information below with an adult.
Here are some sentences about the different parts of a plant. Can you fill in the blanks?
Copy the picture below (or draw your own!) and label the different parts of a plant. For an extra challenge, write a little bit about what each part does.
Think about food chains. Where in the food chain would a plant be? Draw a diagram of a food chain including a plant. Watch the video below to help you.
Food chains – https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z96r82p
Good morning Year 1!
L.O. To understand what it means when an animal is ‘endangered’.
Adaptability – Communication – Cooperation – Enquiry – Respect Thoughtfulness
What do all these animals have in common?
They are endangered animals. This means that when there aren’t very many of a certain type of animal left in the wild (in their natural habitat, outside a zoo), or if there is something happening that means many of that type of animal are finding it difficult to survive, it might become endangered. This means that certain things will be done to try to help that animal, and stop it from becoming extinct (when no more are left).
Today you will be doing some research on an endangered animal. You could create a poster, write down some sentences, make a video…it’s up to you!
The following websites might be a useful to look at:
arkive.org – Arkive website has collections of photographs and videos of endangered species.
bbc.co.uk/wildlifefinder – BBC natural history website has information and videos on the world’s most amazing animals.
wwf.org.uk – World Wide Fund for Nature website provides details of its work in more than 90 countries to conserve endangered species and habitats.
Here is an example of how you could present (show) your information on an endangered animal.
Today we will be learning the story Jesus told about the unforgiving servant. Click on the PowerPoint and ask an adult to help you read the story.
Now, click on the activity sheet to find today’s task.
Today we are going to be thinking about what we’ve learnt as we have grown up, and how these things have changed us. Click on the activity to see what you will be doing today.
Today we are going to be adding coins and finding change. Watch the video to begin with…
You might want to play shops with somebody in your house. See if you can use real coins to ‘buy’ food with.
See if you can complete the questions on the activity sheet.