Lesson 1 - The 10 Times Table
Today, we will be using the BBC resource to support us with using exclamation marks correctly.
First, watch the short video about exclamation marks.
Then work your way through the activities.
Activity 1 - Highlight where the exclamation marks should go in the given sentences.
Activity 2 - Decide which of the given sentences have used exclamation marks correctly.
Activity 3 - Watch the short video about ponds. Then create a poster about how to be safe at a pond. Make sure you include text in your poster and use exclamation marks. For example: Stop! Do not go near the edge of the pond.
- make the poster eye catching with big text headings
- use exclamation marks in your sentences
- illustrate your poster with nice drawings
Activity 4 - Complete the short quiz to test your knowledge of exclamation marks.
Topic - CEOP Online safety
We are still spending more time than we would normally on a computer to complete work, play games or talk to friends and family. Therefore, it is important we remember how to keep ourselves and others safe whilst using the internet.
Today, all year groups will be doing some activities about staying safe online. If you follow the link below, it will take you to the 'Think You Know' home learning activity pack 5. I have also uploaded this activity sheet below.