# Tuesday 20th July 2021

Good morning!

Here are some resources to use today, if you are still at home isolating.

We hope you enjoy your home learning.

You might like to start you day with some movement. Here is a Super Movers song and action tune all about number bonds:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/ks1-maths-number-bonds-with-martin-dougan/zf6cpg8

Literacy:

Today, your task is to write a letter to Miss Smith to tell her more about yourself. You can simply write this on a piece of paper you have at home or you could print off one of the templates below.

Remember to tell Miss Smith information that will help her know lots about you and remember you!

Try to include the following so as you really impress her:

*Capital letters

*Finger spaces

*Full stops

*Use the words ‘and’ and ‘because’

*Maybe you could even use and exclamation mark!

Maths:

Here is a video to help consolidate our work on number bonds.

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In maths today, we are going to continue to work on recalling our number bonds for 20.

Look back at the page from yesterday and see if there are any sheets you did not have a go at and maybe try one of them.

Also, Play one of the number bond board games from yesterday.

If you completed all the appropriate sheets, here are a couple of extra ones to have a go at.

There are number bonds games to play on the BBC Bitesize website:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/topics/zwv39j6/articles/zx3982p

Here is Number bonds song to listen to and then join in with:

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You can watch a game and work out some answers:

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Spellings:

Try to spend a few minutes today learning your ‘-ve’ spellings for a quiz on Friday.

Phonics:

You might like to begin your phonics by looking at the phonics video from yesterday and join in with the sounds at the start. You do not need to watch it all again!

Here are some more sheets similar to yesterday, that involve you reading, adding the sound buttons and drawing the picture to match the word.

Science:

Make a poster about your 5 senses- Think about these questions so as to include lots of information.

Which body part is associated with each sense?

You can draw and write your poster or complete it on the computer, if you prefer.

Good luck with this task and I look forward to seeing your information presented in a clear way so that it is easy to read and also bright and colourful to look at.