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Maths:

You will need: a phone/tablet/laptop.

Today you will be recapping telling the time. There are two activities.

Task 1: Recap your knowledge of telling the time by playing the following game. Challenge yourself to complete levels 1, 2 and 3: https://www.sheppardsoftware.com/math/time/clock-splat-game/

Task 2: Complete the maths worksheet, recapping o’clock, half past, quarter past and quarter to.

Send a picture of your completed worksheet to your class email address.

RWI:

You will need: a phone/tablet/laptop, a pencil, the worksheet for your group.

Today you will be working in your RWI group. This was emailed to you last week.

Go to the RWI page on this week’s remote learning and select your colour group. Follow the instructions for your individual group.

Please send a picture of the completed worksheet to your class email address.

 

Reading:

Spend 20 minutes sharing a story with an adult.

 

English:

You will need: a pencil and today’s worksheet.

Today you will need to look at the picture on the worksheet and talk with an adult to explain what you can see. Think about adjectives you might use and imaginative phrases that you wish to include.

Write a range of simple and extended sentences about the image. It is important that you remember where your full stops and capital letters go.

Once you have written your sentences, read it aloud to an adult. Then proof read and mark your writing together. Use a different coloured pencil to show the changes that you have made.

Please send a picture of the completed worksheet to your class email address.

PSHE:

You will need: a phone/tablet/laptop, a plain piece of paper, pencils.

Orange segments activity – Draw an outline of 10 orange segments.  Write down one thing you do now to stay healthy (physically and mentally) in 5 of the segments.  Use a different coloured pencil to then record 5 things in the remaining segments that you would like to do (and which are realistic) to stay physically and mentally healthy, but which you don’t do now.  Finally, talk about this with friends and family and see who can support you. 

Send a photo of your completed activity to your class email address.

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