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Part 1 - Spellings: For today’s activity, we will be looking at the sound ‘i_e’ that we started looking at yesterday. Watch the video that talks you through the spellings section of this lesson. Join in with the ‘My turn, your turn’ parts of the video and have a go at spelling each of the words asked of you.

Part 2 – Dictation: Once you have got your list of words, ask an adult to read out the following sentences for you to have a go at writing yourself.

My mum has a nice smile.

It is time to go for a ride on my bike.

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

Part 1

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Spelling lesson - sound 'i-e'.

Part 2

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Part 3

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Part 4

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READING

We would like you to watch a story of your choosing today – there are some available on our website on the ‘Listen to a story’ page (several teachers have recorded stories for you to watch). Or you can find many versions of traditional tales and other stories on YouTube.

Once you have finished watching talk to someone at home about the story. Can you tell them what the story was called? Can you tell them the author of the story? Can you tell them at least three things that happened in the story? Can you tell them your favourite part of the story?

 

ENGLISH

You will need the ‘Spider Sandwiches’ teatime sheet.

Listen to the video that talks you through the last section of the story ‘Spider Sandwiches’ by Clare Freedman. It will explain to you the kinds of ‘disgusting’ food Max the monster liked to have at teatime.

Complete your own food ideas that you think Max would like for tea, Write 2 sentences to describe two different foods he might like to eat and then write a further sentence to describe a drink he might like. (3 sentences in total)

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

Spider sandwiches part 3

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MATHS

You will need the 10 times table activity sheet. Don’t worry if you can’t print the sheet, you can copy one calculation at a time and answer it just as you would from the white board at school.

Watch the ‘counting in 10s song’ (in maths support folder on website) and join in as it counts up in 10s.

On your worksheet, count in 10s and colour the numbers on the grid that you say. Just like yesterday  we would like you to try and solve the calculations mentally (just using your fingers to support). For example to help solve 4 x 10 = we want you to see this as 4 lots of 10. Hold up 4 fingers and then count in 10s for each finger you have up = 10, 20, 30, 40. Your answer will be 40.

 Do the same for each calculation. Work out how many ‘lots of 10’ you need and hold up that many fingers. Then count in 10s to find your answer.

Ask your adult to send your completed work into school using your class email address.

 

Counting in 10s

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TOPIC

You will need the words for ‘There was a princess long ago’ and the video of this song as well.

Watch the video and try to join in with the words to the song. Watch it as many times as you need.

Once you feel more confident with some of the words then start to copy the actions as well (or even make up some of your own?). If you wanted you could also add some musical accompaniment to each verse? Either add some different clapped beats or find some household items that you could use as instruments to add to the song.

Have fun!

There was a princess long ago

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