Jack and the Beanstalk. We have started our topic on traditional tales. This week we have been enjoying the tale of Jack and the Beanstalk. We have had fun re-enacting the story and chatting to the Giant about how to make friends! We have created our own magical lands and brought these to life by designing them on the computer and painting.
Jack and the Beanstalk. We have been enjoying the story of Jack and the Beanstalk in Foundation Stage. We have been acting the story out, measuring lots of various lengths of beanstalks as well as having a visit from the GIANT himself! He arrived in our outdoor area, looking for his Golden Hen, but he left his huge foot prints in our play ground. Have a look at some of the photographs of us.
Can you write a sentence to describe Jack and the giant, using some of your synonyms? Task 5. I asked Mr Marsden to write some sentences about Jack and the beanstalk, but they are not very good! Can you help him by improving them? 1.Jack climbed the beanstalk. 2.The giant stood at the top. 3.Jack was scared. 4.The giant was really big.BBC bitesize maths; Then test your 2x times tables on hit the button. Hit the Button Click on times tables. then hit the answer x2. When you are really confident, you could challenge yourself you can try hit the question (this is tricky!) Let us know your highest score on class dojo! Topic- PSHE. Today we have a story for you to read- Jack and the Beanstalk. You may already know the story.Tech Challenge - BBC Bitesize Jack and the Beanstalk. Creative Challenge -. All children in Year 4 will have PE every Thursday and an additional session that may change throughout the term. Both sessions will be OUTSIDE unless the weather is very bad. Therefore, please ensure the children always have navy jogging bottoms and a navy PE jumper to keep them warm while playing outdoor sports.
BBC Bitesize - Don't forget you can complete the additional lessons on BBC Bitesize (this is of course optional), you will be looking at addition in maths, letter formation in English and also parts of a plant in science (we know all about plants in Blyton class don't we.Read More
Counting Games. Learning to count is fun with this range of free educational games for Key Stage 1 children. Start with the simple counting games and progress to numbers up to 100. There are also matching and sequencing numbers activities. Teddy Numbers. The Teddy Numbers game can help you to learn numbers to 15. Learn the digits and words for the numbers and the game can help you learn to.Read More
Jack and the Beanstalk: Plants 5-7. The story of Jack and the Beanstalk makes a great starting point for teaching the topic of plants to younger primary aged children. In particular it would help children to notice and describe how seeds and bulbs grow into mature plants. It would also help them to explore what plants need to grow and stay healthy. This would give a great context for working.Read More
Jack and the Beanstalk a Mathematical Adventure is an new App for the iPad. The App allows you to work through well presented puzzles and solve maths problems. It is a fun way of learning some maths and even if not used in class, it may be a good recommendation to send home for parents! “Hi, my name is Jack. I know you have all heard of me before, I’m the guy who climbs an enormous.Read More
My Bitesize; All Bitesize; KS1. Judge Jenny - 'Jack and the Beanstalk' Part of. English. Debating. Duration 06:00. Description Classroom Ideas. Description. The Giant puts his point of view with.Read More
Jack and the Beanstalk. Normally at this time of year we would be focusing on stories like Jack and the Beanstalk and Jasper’s Beanstalk. If you can get hold of any beans to plant and watch them grow, this will help children across a number of areas of the curriculum (Understanding the World, Shape, Space and Measure). The children could keep a bean diary, drawing pictures of the changes.Read More
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These Jack and the Beanstalk activities are perfect for young readers! Add this book (and these activities) to your garden, seed, and plant studies. Fee-fi-fo-fum, I smell a good book coming up! I’ve always loved the story of Jack and the Beanstalk. I love when a less-than-good choice (trading a cow for a handful of beans) has a good outcome (discovering the goose that lays golden eggs in.Read More
Jack and the Beanstalk a Mathematical Adventure is an new App for the iPad.The App allows you to work through well presented puzzles and solve maths problems. It is a fun way of learning some maths and even if not used in class, it may be a.Read More
They have also enjoyed exploring minibeasts on BBC Bitesize. Congratulations to Amelia for achieving a 100 day Doodle Maths streak! We are all delighted with how hard all all our Year 2 children are working on Doodle. Keep up the good work! Amelia Certificate.docx; We miss you!!! Saturday 25th April. Jessica has had a busy and fun week completing doodles everyday and enjoying the Jack and the.Read More