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'This School continues to be Good' -Ofsted November 2017

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Today we would like you to:

  • Get active! There are so many fun ways to do this. Remember to look in our resources section – you will see some fun clips, including some of our favourite Go Noodle dances. Running around outside, making an obstacle course, dancing, or Joe Wicks workouts are also great fun!
  • Read for at least 20 minutes. Remember there are lots of different reading books online as well as actual books, which are also great! We are adding new books to Bug Club each week. Don’t forget, you can also find books on the Oxford Reading tree website.


This week we would like ALL children in Maple class to take time and look at the phonics.

It is important that you can see the different way that the sounds are written and become familiar with which words fit which pattern.














Spellings (Same as Monday)



Yesterday you had fun thinking of an alternative ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’ story.

Today I would like you to put the story on a story map. 


Use the suggested format (word doc) named 'Story mountain medium' on the star and days of the week page.

The beginning of the story will be the first box at the bottom of the mountain (on the left) then move up to the top of the mountain for the dramatic middle part of the story then back down on the right to the resolution (how the drama is resolved) and the last box for the end part of your story.


The children are already familiar with the story mountain presentation. No words are needed on the story map just drawings. Some detail in the drawings would be useful so that the pictures can provide stimulus for good descriptive writing.


Great work.


Warm up – Today, count in 10s from 3. What comes after 93? What do you notice? Can you answer some 10 more and 10 less questions? 10 more than 33 is ???


I have collected all of your data! Now it’s your turn to make a pictogram! Choose whether you want your pictogram to be Maple’s Favourite Colours, Maple’s Favourite Ice-cream or Maple’s Favourite way to Stay Active.


Write your title at the top of your page. Your grown-up or big sibling could draw the L shape and help you to make a grid, so that all of your symbols are a similar size. This is important. If you have a printer, you could print the template from the helpful resources for the week.

Remember, each symbol does not have to be a work of art! It could be a paint splodge, a simple ice-cream cone, or a stick person!

Happy pictogram drawing! Here is the data to choose from:


 Learning Theme


Today I would like you to colour your picture in crayons or pens or chalks or paints.


Maple Tally Charts. Choose the chart that you would like to make a pictogram about.

Maple Tally Charts. Choose the chart that you would like to make a pictogram about.  1
Maple Tally Charts. Choose the chart that you would like to make a pictogram about.  2
Maple Tally Charts. Choose the chart that you would like to make a pictogram about.  3
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