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Phonics

 

I will be delivering a live phonics lesson at 10.30 for all children to attend. Please have a pen and paper ready for the spelling part of the session.

 

Please also complete daily spellings, handwriting and any extra phonics games from the phonics game tab on cherry remote learning page.

This week's spellings:

come

some

like

went

this

 

Please practice spellings at home for a short time each day.

forming 'm' and 'n'

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Please make sure the children are forming the letters correctly.

Red Words 2 with Rosie Lesson 10

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Writing

When we dived into the Lost Lagoon we can across a cute little starfish named Peach. She was very clever and kind, this made us think why don't we invite her along on our quest to find the treasure chest? The more brains we have, the more likely we are to find it. 

 

Today I would like you to write an invitation to Peach asking her to join our journey around the Island. I would like you to include the word 'because' to help persuade Peach to come with us. Make sure the children are spelling 'red words' correctly (words that can't be sounded out), using capital letters and full stops.

 

E.g. 

Dear Peach

I would like to invite you to join our crew to find the missing treasure chest. It would be good to have you with us because you are very clever and we need help.

Please meet us at 7 oclock at the Lost Lagoon

I hope you can come with us.

From Miss Cunningham 

p.s. We will make sure we feed you clams and oysters to keep you happy.

Maths

The children are now learning how to represent a number sentence (adding or subtracting) using a bar model. The top bar represents the total, then the 2 bars beneath represent the 2 numbers that are added together. Begin by reading the word problem then ask do I need to add or subtract (takeaway)? Build the number sentence together then put this into a bar model.

 

Question 3 and 4 requires the children to write the number sentence and then draw a bar model to represent the number sentence. 

 

Bar model

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Geography

We have been learning all about the continents, have a go at our continent song below. Today I would like you to learn about the equator, this is an invisible line that runs round the centre of the earth. The closer you are to the equator, the hotter the climate is. Have a look at the video I have done for you below:

All about the equator

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Seven Continents Song

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