# Tuesday

Tuesday

RWI

Part 1 - Spellings: For today’s activity, we will be looking at the sound ‘igh’ 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. You will find the videos in the 'RWI support' tab.

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.

The bright moon is high at night.

A knight might fight with his sword.

Today we would like you to take a book of your choosing and sit quietly and read it on your own for 15 minutes.

Mrs Belkouche has recorded a story that is linked to our English activity and you can find it in the ‘Listen to a story’ section of the website (under the Children tab).

ENGLISH

You will need the ‘Spider Sandwiches’ breakfast sheet.

Listen to the video that talks you through the first 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 for breakfast.

Complete your own food ideas that you think Max would like for breakfast. 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)

MATHS

You will need the multiplication as repeated addition worksheet. 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 2s song’ (in maths support folder on website) and join in as it counts up in 2s.

Watch the short teaching video with Miss Geyton on introducing multiplication and looking at the calculations as repeated addition.

Complete the ladybird repeated addition worksheet by filling in all the gaps in the calculations provided.

TOPIC

You will need the ‘castles and capital cities’ PowerPoint, the ‘castles and capitals’ worksheet and the castle photos resource.

Think about all that you learned yesterday on the four countries of the UK. Today we are going to look more closely at the capital cities of each country and a castle that can be found in each of these cities. Work through the PowerPoint and find the pictures of each castle.

On your worksheet, cut out the photo of each castle and stick them in the correct place for each country. Write down at least one sentence for each country (either about its capital city or the castle itself). Information can be found on the PowerPoint if you need support with these sentences.