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Part 1 - Spellings: For today’s activity, we will be looking at the sound ‘oy’ 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.

 

The boy likes to play with his toys.

I had a ploy to annoy the royal knights.

 

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

Phonics - oy sound

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READING

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

ENGLISH

You will need the ‘Nouns’ powerpoint and the ‘Noun hunt’ worksheet.

 

Ask an adult to support you as you go through each slide of the Nouns powerpoint. A noun is a ‘naming word’ that gives a name to a person, place or thing. Identify the words which are nouns in the sentence examples that are given.

We would like you to then complete a noun hunt! Think carefully about what nouns are and then complete the hunt sheet by finding at least 5 nouns that name people, 5 nouns that name places and 5 nouns that name things/objects. Make sure you put them in the correct place on the sheet.

Choose one of your nouns from each box and put it into a sentence.

 

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

MATHS

You will need the 5 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 5s song to help you with counting in steps of 5.

 

On your worksheet, count in 5s and colour the numbers on the grid that you say. For solving the times table calculations we would like you to try and solve these mentally (just using your fingers to support). For example to help solve 4 x 5 = we want you to see this as 4 lots of 5. Hold up 4 fingers and then count in 5s for each finger you have up = 5, 10, 15, 20. Your answer will be 20.

 Do the same for each calculation. Work out how many ‘lots of 5’ you need and hold up that many fingers. Then count in 5s to find your answer.

 

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

counting in 5s.mp4

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TOPIC

You will need the George and the Dragon’ activity sheet.

 

Use the link below and watch the short story about George and the Dragon. Discuss with an adult what happens in the story and the different characters you can remember. What kind of knight was George? Do you think you could do what George did?

https://vimeo.com/102942550

Complete the worksheet related to the story. There are several different activities on the sheet that all make you think about what happened in this story.

 

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

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