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Wednesday 6th May 2020

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You might like to start your day with the live Joe Wicks workout on You Tube.

If you prefer, you could try dancing along to this Go Noodle dance.

 

 

Trolls: Can't Stop The Feeling | GoNoodle

Get that sunshine in your pocket and that good soul in your feet as you dance along with the Trolls.

Tidy up song!

 

If we were in school at the moment this would be our tidy up song.

Learn the moves and dance along! 

Maybe you could sing along to it while you help tidy up today!

Fireman Big & Strong - The Workers

Join in and sing-a-long with Fireman Ross and his Worker friends!

More Information - before undertaking the following writing task

 

Before embarking on the writing task for today, here is a video for you to watch. It is about two children who are curious about a fire their grandad tells them about. As he is a 'magic' grandad, they travel back to the time of 'The Great Fire of London' and experience some of what it might have been like at the time. They also meet a famous man called Samuel Pepys who we will be finding out more about in the next few weeks.

What do you think he might bury in his garden? Watch carefully, as this is one of my favourite facts from this topic!

BBC Watch Magic Grandad - Samuel Pepys - Great Fire of London

Copyright BBC

Writing/History

 

Today we are carrying on with the work you started yesterday.

Next to the pictures you drew of some of the key events of the 'Great Fire of London,' you are going to write some information sentences, recalling what happened in order.

 

There is a word mat below with some key words to help you.

You might also want to watch some of the power points from yesterday to refresh your memory.

 

As well as using capital letters at the start of your sentences and full stops at the end, try to use an exclamation mark or two, if appropriate.

An additional challenge is to try to use a few time connectives in your work.

For example, next, then, after that, eventually... 

 

Spellings

 

Please continue to work on your spellings for the week- half of your spellings focus on ure- Sure it's pure?

The other half end in x- and need to have es added rather than just s.

Your spellings are: cure, pure, manure, secure, foxes, mixes, boxes, taxes

Phonics

 

Below is a phonics game with three of our focus sounds: ure- sure it's pure? ire- Fire, fire! and ear – Hear with your ear.

If you prefer not to print the game, you could just read the words on the screen together.

Reading

 

Try to read for at least 10 minutes again today.

Here are the links for the online books:

Handwriting

 

Consolidate the letter formation of the following letters: c, o, a, d, g, q e

Below is the power point so that you can check the formation of these letters if you have started to work on pre-cursive writing (using lead-ins and starting the letters on the line) 

Focus on q today.

 

Have a go at writing the letters in pattern sequences:

c o c o c o          a d a d a d …

 

You could try some words:

dog, cog, dad, gag, cod

Maths

 

Today we will be learning about Adding together and finding a part.

Click below on the link to the White Rose Maths website and locate the week 3 set of lessons and watch the video for lesson 3.

 

The video will explain the learning for today and then you can print the linked worksheet, if you would like to. There are answers available, if you would like to refer to them. There are also materials on the BBC bitesize website that consolidates learning.

If you prefer not to print the work sheets then you could copy the following into your home school learning workbook:

 

Draw part whole models in your book, as shown in the video and on the worksheet.

Use dots to complete your part whole models.

a. Put 4 dots in the whole circle. In one part put 3 dots. Leave the second part circle empty to be completed.

b. Put 4 dots in the whole circle. In one part put 2 dots. Leave the second part circle empty to be completed.

c. Put 7 dots in the whole circle. In one part put 5 dots. Leave the second part circle empty to be completed.

d. Put 6 dots in the whole circle. In one part put 3 dots. Leave the second part circle empty to be completed.

 

  • You could use number bonds for 20 if more appropriate.
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Now use numbers (not dots) in the whole and one part.

a. Write 7 in the whole circle. In one part write 3. Leave the second part circle empty to be completed.

Copy this:

The whole is…….

…….. is a part.

……… is a part.

 

b. Write 10 in the whole circle. In one part write 0. Leave the second part circle empty to be completed.

Copy this:

The whole is…….

…….. is a part.

……… is a part.

 

Copy this into the book and complete:

 

Draw 6 apples.

There are 6 apples in total.

2 apples are green.

The rest are  red.

Colour the apples. 

Complete the number sentence.    2     +  ……..  =   6

 

There are 8 shapes in total.

3 of the shapes are squares.

The rest are circles.

Draw a picture to show this.

 

How many circles are there? ………

Complete the number sentence.

……… + …….. = ……..

 

Complete the number sentences:

 

4 + …….. = 5

……… + 1 = 4

4 + ……… = 4

5 = …….. + 4

 

*Please note all of the above can be adapted to use larger numbers, for example using numbers to 20, if more appropriate.

 

14 + …….. = 15

……… + 1 = 14

14 + ……… = 14

15 = …….. + 14

 

Here is the BBC Bitesize link with more resources connected to the maths lesson video above.

Foundation Subject Grid

 

Here is the grid, please select one activity to complete today, if you would like to.

All the resources you need for this can be found under the main page of the learning for this week.

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