# Tuesday

Tuesday

RWI

You will need the ‘ow’ phoneme spotter worksheet.

For today’s activity, we will be looking at the sound ‘ow’ that we were learning yesterday. This time we will try and spot this sounds and underline or highlight any words that contain this sounds.

ENGLISH

Hold a sentence

Miss Geyton has sent you two videos to watch and help you to write some sentences about castles and knights. Watch and listen to the video and then have a go at writing each of the sentences.

Check back at the end of each video to see if you got your sentence correct.

MATHS

You will need the missing number calculation with addition from the website to complete. 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.

For each calculation that we have given you, one of the numbers is missing. To work out what that missing number is you will need to count on in your head.

For example in the calculation ___ + 4 = 9, you will put the number 4 in your head. You then need to count forward until you reach 9. Put one finger up for each number you count on – the number of fingers you have up at the end should be the missing number for that calculation. So you would count the numbers 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9 and have 5 fingers up. Your missing number = 5.

TOPIC

You will need the ‘a knights armour’ powerpoint and the ‘label a knight’ worksheet.

Use the PowerPoint provided to have good understanding about knights and the different parts of their armour. Ask an adult to help you read through each slide and find out about each part. Our activity will be to label the different parts of a knights armour. There are different levels of the worksheet so please choose which one you feel will be best for your child.

## Hold a sentence 1

Sentence - A queen might live in a castle.
Join in with the video and have a go at writing the sentence.

## Hold a sentence 2

Sentence - The knight has got a big sword.

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