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Monday 18th January

Maths - 

 

Today we are looking at splitting numbers up. We are looking at teen numbers and finding out the two numbers that make it up. We know that all of our numbers from 10 - 19 contain a ten and another number. For example, 16 is made up of 10 and 6. What you will be doing today is splitting the numbers up on the worksheet below. 

Writing - 

 

Today we are off to the lost lagoon to find our next clue! We are going underwater for this task, and in the process, we are going to meet lots of amazing sea creatures! What we are going to do is write a report about animals that live in the sea. I have attached a video below for you to watch and find out facts for your report. 

 

In you report I would like you to include - 

The animal

What they look like

What they like to eat 

Where they live

Another fun fact about them

Draw a picture of them 

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Science - 

 

We are going to look at our body again. The video below will tell you what to do for the activity. 

Balancing and the human body

Still image for this video

Spellings - 

 

With 

Then

Here

Help

Back

Reading - 

 

Listen to the story below  :) 

Pig on a Dig

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