Minibeasts and number sentences!

Hello Penguins!

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Welcome back to a new term, it is so great to be back with all of you πŸ™‚ This term our topic is minibeasts – Β we have already begun to learn about different minibeasts, their habitats and some special facts about them, for example…flies have sticky feet!Β 

Which minibeasts can you name?

What facts do you know about them?

Remember facts are things that we know areΒ definitely true and have not been made up.

What minibeast facts would you like to learn next?

See what minibeasts you can create using the game below πŸ™‚Β 

http://www.ictgames.com/minibeasts.html

Explore minibeasts further with CBeebies:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/mini-beast-adventure-with-jess

In maths we have been working hard learning to use numberlines and practising our number sentences. We have been practising both our adding and taking away using numberlines.Β 

adding numberline

numberline +1

Using the numberline below can you work out the answers to the number sentences below?Β 

1 + 1 =

3 + 1 =

4 + 2 =

6 + 3 =

3 – 1 =

4 – 2 =

7 – 1 =

number_line.png

Now can you make up some number sentences of your own and answer them using the numberline? If you write them down and bring them into school there might be a prize for you!Β 

Minibeast playlist:Β 

Tweety the singing chick has joined our class; here is a video of him celebrating Easter with his friend Bunny. Can you write a super sentence about Tweety? Work that shows super effort will be celebrated!

On Wednesday the whole school (apart from Yr4 due to swimming lesson commitments) will be having a Maths Open Morning. We have lots of fun activities planned and would love to see as many Penguin adults there as possible πŸ™‚Β 

Have a wonderful weekend full of exploring, reading, writing, sleeping, eating, singing, dancing, playing, talking, homework and of course don’t forget to comment on the blog!

On Friday it will be Green Team‘s turn for Show and Tell.

I look forward to seeing you again on Monday! πŸ™‚

Love,

Miss Linsley x

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2 thoughts on “Minibeasts and number sentences!

  1. Butterflies πŸ¦‹
    Caterpillars πŸ›
    Bees 🐝
    Ladybird 🐞
    Ants 🐜
    Spiders πŸ•· πŸ•Έ
    Snails 🐌
    Grasshoppers
    Worms
    Slugs
    Mosquitos

    Facts about them:
    Butterflies are insects.
    Butterflies have four wings.
    Butterflies attach their eggs to leaves with a special glue.

    Caterpillars begin by eating their own eggs.
    Caterpillars turns into a beautiful butterfly.

    Bumblebee has a hairy body.
    Their bright colours warn other animals to stay away.
    They buzz around flowers.

    Some ladybugs have no spots and others have up to 20 spots.
    They also can release a yellow fluid that other bugs find stinky.
    Ladybugs are both male and female.

    Ants can carry 20 times their own weight.
    Ants never sleeps.

    Spiders have 8 legs.
    A male spider is much smaller than the female.

    A garden snail can seal up its shell to stop it drying out.
    Its body is soft and slimy.

    Grasshoppers sing by rubbing their back legs against their front wings.
    They can be brown, green, pink, purple, grey and black.

    A worn is male and female at the same time.
    A worn has no arms, legs or eyes.

    Slugs are very slimy.
    Slugs is male and female.

    Only females mosquitoes bites, males feed on flower nectar.

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  2. Fantastic work Laila! Let’s share your facts with the rest on Penguins next week πŸ™‚ πŸπŸžπŸ›πŸœπŸ•·πŸ¦‚πŸ•ΈπŸ‘πŸŒ·πŸŒΉπŸŒΈπŸŒΊπŸ’πŸŒΌπŸŒ» x

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