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GIVING EVERY CHILD THE CHANCE TO SUCCEED
'This School continues to be Good' -Ofsted November 2017

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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 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.

Phonics

Again 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.

 

Phonics

ow

blow

snow

show

know

flow

 

 

o-e

home

hope

spoke

note

broke

phone

 

oa

goat

boat

road

throat

toast

coat

 

Spellings (Same as Monday)

English

Well done for all your hard work on speech.

 

Remember the golden rules!

Some Golden rules to remember –

  • New speaker on a new line.
  • “   ’’  around the speech.
  • Use the word ‘said’ or alternative to show who has spoken.

Here is some speech below, can you put it into sentences with the correct punctuation?

 

I’ve never seen such a tall beanstalk.

Come here boy, I’ll grind your bones.

Quick cut the beanstalk, quick.

Maths

Quick fire number bonds! Roll a dice and say which number you add to it to make 10 or 20. You could even do number bonds with Funky Mummy! Just follow this link…..

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/funkyMummy/index.html

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zjxmxyc

Can you remember what these symbols mean?

That’s right, they’re the cranky croc symbols. The crocodile always opens his mouth to eat the BIGGEST number.

For example:

12 < 20

2 + 1 > 2 – 1

10 < 5p + 1p

Also, remember we use the = symbol when both sides are equal. For example;

10p = 5p + 5p

If you follow the BBC link, there are some clips and activities. One of the activities is in the helpful resources for the week list. If you don’t have a printer, why not try to solve mine or make your own, like this:

 

 

Learning Theme

 

Did you find out about William Morris?

William Morris was famous for his design of repeating patterns in wallpapers and textiles (fabrics). This art was inspired by nature.

Here is a fun episode from the bbc about William Morris. The art work the children create with torn paper isn’t necessarily what we will create but enjoy watching this clip.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b070nnv7/mister-makers-arty-party-episode-19

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