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Phonics -p-p-p pirate

Listen to the phonics lesson below on the sound 'p'. Can you practise 'p' by drawing, painting or writing it. You could write it in a tray of salt sugar or rice to make it a little bit more exciting. Why don't you try going on an 'p' hunt in your house or garden. I look forward to seeing your work on Tapestry.

Phonics Lesson

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Phonics lesson part 2

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Let's get Active


Today for your active activity we are going to do some stretching and mindfulness. It is important that we exercise our minds as well as our bodies. Click the link below to take part in the dance. Ask your grown up to take a picture and put it onto your tapestry account.

Just Dance 2015 - The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?) - Full Gameplay

The Fox by Ylvis #JustDance2015 #Enjoy

Red Words 


Some words we can not be sounded out and we just need to be able to sight read them. Watch the video and then ask an adult to write the words on pieces of paper or card and see if you can read them as quickly as you can.


I       my      the


Read these sentences with the red word in.


Today I would like you write the words on peices of paper and use them as stepping stones. You can play the floor is lava and get across the floor using the stepping stones.



This weeks spellings are:











What is a fossil? Can you help Paelontogist Penny find out more about fossils. 

Have a look at the National History Museums website and you could find out more about dinosaur fossils on the little video below. 


Can you draw a dinosaur fossil, that means you only need to draw the bones of the dinosaur. Write a sentence about the fossil. 


Using the red word the


The fossil is __________.


Use the words listed to complete your sentence.







or use your own words to describe the fossil.


How do dinosaur fossils form? | Natural History Museum

Watch our animation to find out how fossils form and why dinosaur fossils are rare compared to those of marine animals. Explore fossilisation in more detail:...



Just for fun, if you have the ingredients for salt dough or you can safely go out and buy some, have a go at following the recipe below. Can you use pasta to press into the saltdough and create your own fossil?



Click the link below to listen to the story of a dinosaur who just doest fit in with the others. Can you find out why? 


Have a think about whether the dinosaurs were kind? 

What could they have done to be nicer?

Why is it important to be kind?


Can you now go on an adventure outside. I want you to find items you could use to make a nest for a.dinosaur egg. Make sure it has good sides so an egg doesnt roll out.