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Tuesday

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 Oti dance routines!
  • Read for at least 20 minutes. Remember there are lots of different reading books online as well as actual books, which are also great!
  • Practise your spellings. You will find spellings at the bottom of this page.
  • Maths

Warm up – active counting! You can count in 2s, 5s, 10, 3s or 4s. You could get active by jumping as you count! Try star jumps, bunny jumps or kangaroo bounces!

Today our maths will focus on subtracting by counting back.

Look at the example sheet in the parents help page if you need guidance on number lines.

Start with the biggest number in your head or on a number line or 100 square. Now count back the small number of jumps. Try these in your work book or on paper. (Choose you level of challenge):

 

(Mild):        14 – 3 =                    16 – 4 =                      18 – 5 =                 12 – 6 =

 

 

(Medium):   76 – 4 =                  64 – 5 =                    67 – 6 =                 82 – 5 =

 

 

(Spicy):       165 – 4 =                 174 – 7 =                  193 – 8 =                146 – 9 =

 

 

Here is a fun game you can make to help with maths. You will need lolly sticks OR strips of card. Write some subtractions (or additions, times tables and so on for future games) on to the sticks. Write KABOOM on a few sticks.

< PLAY KABOOM pic.

If you get it right, keep the stick. If you get it wrong – your partner gets the stick! If you pick out a KABOOM you loose all your sticks! The winner has the most sticks at the end of the game. Or you could play first player to 5 or 10 sticks.

Example of Kaboom! (You would need to make a subtraction version for this week).

Example of Kaboom! (You would need to make a subtraction version for this week). 1

English

 

Can you remember which traditional tale we heard/ read yesterday?

 

Traditional tales have story language just like any other story but they have particular language called ‘traditional story language’ too.

 

Can you find this ‘traditional story language’ in the text?

 

Once apon a time

Until one morning

So they lived...

Just then...

...lived happily ever after

Did you find anymore? Could you add more to this list I started?

Now make a word bank of useful Traditional story language so that you can refer to it when you write your own story! It should look like this.......

Tuesday 21st April 2020

Traditional story language

Once apon a time

 

Until one morning

 

So they lived...

 

Just then...

 

...lived happily ever after

 

 

We thought it might be fun to make Tuesdays ‘TASTY TUESDAYS’!

 

Each Tuesday we will challenge you to make or prepare a yummy treat! Todays tasty challenge is (drum roll……..)

 

FRUIT SALAD

 

With an adult’s help, see if you can make a tasty fruit salad by chopping up some fruit. As you chop, look at the inside of your fruit. Can you see any seeds? Where does you fruit come from (don’t say Sainsburys)! Did it grow on a tree? Are they grown in England or did they travel from somewhere else in the world?

Yum!

Yum! 1

Phonics

 

ir

girl

whirl

bird

third

twirl

dirt

 

Spellings

 

even

everybody

eye

fast

father

find

floor

friend

said

school

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