# 4.4.22

Maths

Monday

Today we are doing some Easter addition and you will find the sheet in the resources section below.

Tuesday

Today we are doing some Easter subtraction and you will find the sheet in the resources below.

Wednesday

Sequencing numbers to 50

In this lesson, we will use numbers to 50 in sequences by putting them in order from small to big

Thursday

Follow the link to the lesson below on Oak National Academy;

Grouping and counting in tens

In this lesson, we will count and group numbers in tens to 50

English

Monday

Handwriting practise -today start practise writing the months of the year and using lead ins to all your letters, apart from the capitals. Today do January, February and March.

Tuesday

Handwriting practise -today continue practising writing the months of the year and using lead ins to all your letters, apart from the capitals. Today do April, May and June.

Wednesday

Handwriting practise -today continue practising writing the months of the year and using lead ins to all your letters, apart from the capitals. Today do July, August and September.

Thursday

Handwriting practise -today continue practising writing the months of the year and using lead ins to all your letters, apart from the capitals. Today do October, November and December.

Science

We are continuing to focus on our learning about seasons this week. We are thinking about the changes we can see around us that show Spring is coming. Follow the link to Seasonal Changes on BBC bitesize and then do the quizzes.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zhtp2v4

Once you have done this, ask your grown up if you can have a look in the garden for signs of Spring.

RE;

Easter is nearly here and we have been reading stories from the Bible to help us learn more about it.

Follow the link to watch the video What is Easter?

Then see if you can put the days of Holy Week in the correct order. You may need your grown ups help with this.

## Easter eggs

An egg is a symbol of new life. For Christians, Easter eggs are used as a symbol for the resurrection of Jesus.

Christians believe that, through his resurrection, Jesus overcame death and sin. This offers people the promise of eternal life if they follow his teachings.

Nowadays, most Easter eggs are made from chocolate and covered in coloured foil. Traditionally though, chicken eggs would be hard boiled and then decorated by hand. Traditional Easter egg hunts remain popular with both Christian and non-Christian children.

If you can print it off there are some Easter eggs to decorate in the resources section below. Or perhaps if you have a real egg you could ask your grown up to boil it and then you could decorate it using felt tip pens or paint.

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