Good morning Primary 5, I was very impressed with all of your work yesterday! I am missing seeing all of your smiling faces each morning but I know that you are all working hard! I am loving seeing the pictures you are sending in of the excellent things you have been getting up to like cooking, exercising, school work and showcasing your talents. Keep going, you are doing so well!
“Look how far you’ve come…. And then keep going!”
Health and Wellbeing
This morning I would like us to do Joe Wicks Workout, its a great way to start the day off!youtube.com/…nel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ.
You may want to choose some activities from the active spelling menu below and spend some time looking at your spelling rule.
Blue – Spelling rule is: ‘a’ spelling of the ai sound: crazy, taste, basic, baby, haste, maple, inhaler, pastry, acorn, stable, vacant, chamber, plague, chaotic, stranger, adjacent, newspaper, conversation.
Red – Spelling rule is: ‘ore’ spelling of the ‘or’ sound: swung, spring, more, wore, store, snore, before, seashore, english, language, adore, chore, boredom, deplore, forehead, ignore, scoreboard, semaphore, spore
Green – Spelling rule is: ‘al’ spelling of the ‘or’ sound: bad, vet, fact, all, talk, walk, small, made, their, beanstalk, ball, wall, tallest, falling, chalk, hall, calling, smallest, talking, stalk.
Listen to the next 4 pages of Children of Castle Rock on Seesaw by going on through the Seesaw app. You can also read the pages here. This is a link to where you can log into Seesaw if you do not have the app: https://app.seesaw.me/#/class/class.ff082f1d-7e08-40a3-9b64-b03082211d1e. Think about the three sharing as you listen to the story.
Task: Complete the second reading comprehension in your pack.
I have set each maths group a money maths challenge on Sumdog! I will post the leaderboard later on today! Have fun everyone!! I am looking forward to see how you all do!
R.E – Importance of friendship
The scriptures can help us to understand the importance of friendship. Read through the scripture reading Jesus and his Disciples (John 15:12-17):
12 My command is this: Love each other as I have loved you. 13 Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. 14 You are my friends if you do what I command. 15 I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead, I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father I have made known to you. 16 You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you so that you might go and bear fruit—fruit that will last—and so that whatever you ask in my name the Father will give you. 17 This is my command: Love each other.
Task: Compete the attached worksheet thinking about who the characters are in this scripture reading, what the main events are and why this scripture reading reminds us about the importance of friendship.
We are all part of different friendship groups, for example at home, in school, in our families, at clubs and it is important to try and get on with the other members in these friendship groups. Would a good friend help you when you are finding something difficult? Would a good friend always want to choose what game you were playing? Would a good friend walk away when you wanted to tell them something important?
In any friendship group, it is important to respect the views, feelings and wishes of others and not always get your own way. I know right now it is difficult as we may not be able to see our friends but we can show them that we love them and are thinking about them by sending them a message telling them why you love them and why they are your friend. We can also remember how much we appreciate our friends and remember to show this more when we do see them by using our words and actions.
Have a fun day learning and remember I am only an email away. Another quote I want you to remember today is “You have only failed if you have given up … until then it is learning!”.