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Thursday 22nd October 2020

 

Maths

Use the part whole model to add both parts together to find the answer. You can record your calculations on the worksheet or write out the calculations on a piece of paper and send us a photo.  You could challenge yourself further by writing out the full fact family to go with each part whole model, like you did in yesterday’s maths.     

 

English

Today you are going to create a character description of Farmer Brown.  First draw a picture of Farmer Brown. He could look like the one in the book or be what you think he looks like. Then, label your picture like we did for the Gruffalo. E.g. - long, scruffy beard, beak like nose etc. Try to include some description about his personality - moody, mean etc.  For an extra challenge - use these ideas and write a short paragraph about him. 

 

Phonics

Today in phonics our sound is 'air.' 

Go on the phonics website www.phonicsplay.co.uk  

Click on resources. 

Click on Buried Treasure. 

Press start and click on Phase 3.

Then select sound of the day. 

Read the words that come on the screen and decide which are real words and which are fake. 

Now practise writing these words, sounding them out as they are read to you -  

air, hair, pair, chair, fair. 

Write a sentence with some 'air' words in it. 

Eg – The boy sat on a chair to put on a pair of socks. 

 

Geography

We know that Liverpool is our closest city.  Research a famous landmark in Liverpool and write down some facts about it.  You might even want to draw it.  You could challenge yourself further by creating a poster about Liverpool. 

 

Thursday 22nd October - Worksheet

Wednesday 21st October 2020

 

English

Today you are to write the next part of the story after Farmer Brown receives the duck’s letter.

Quickly recap the story using the link 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rhGzj6Dt1E

Look closely at the last page. There is no text, just a picture. How does the story end?

How did Farmer Brown feel?  Outraged, cross, angry…What was he to do?

 

Remember to use joining words, capital letters, full stops and finger spaces. Sound out new words using your super phonic knowledge.

 

 Phonics

Today in phonics our sound is 'ear.'

Go on the phonics website www.phonicsplay.co.uk

Click on resources.

Click on Buried Treasure.

Press start and click on Phase 3

Then select sound of the day.

Read the words that come on the screen and decide which are real words and which are fake.

Now practise writing these words, sounding them out as they are read to you -

ear, near, hear, fear, dear.

Write a sentence with some 'ear' words in it.

Eg - Our ear helps us to hear.

 

 Maths

Today we are revising our work on addition fact families.  You’ll find all the details on the attached worksheet.  There’s no need to print the worksheet.  You can write your answers on a piece of paper and send us a photo. 

 

RE

In RE we have been thinking about Harvest. Your task today is to draw a picture about what Harvest means to you.

It could be one picture and write a caption about it.

Or lots of pictures connected to Harvest.

Or design a poster telling me all the things you've learnt about in RE this term.

Or a picture of your favourite Harvest thing, labelled.

I look forward to seeing your fabulous creations later.

 

Wednesday 21st October - Worksheet

Tuesday 20th October 2020

 

English 

Using the link from yesterday listen to the end of the story.   

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rhGzj6Dt1E  

 

Today you are going to write a set of farmyard rules.   

Give your work a heading - Farmyard Rules and then bullet point each rule you think of. 

Think about the rules we wrote for our class. 

What kind of rules do the animals need to stay safe? 

What kind of rules do the animals need to live happily together and with Farmer Brown?  

 

Use a new line for each rule and finger spaces. 

 

Phonics 

Today in phonics our sound is 'ai.' 

Go on the phonics website www.phonicsplay.co.uk  

Click on resources. 

Click on Picnic on Pluto. 

Press start and click on Phase 3 

Then select sound of the day. 

Read the words that come on the screen and decide which are real words and which are fake. 

Now practise writing these words, sounding them out as they are read to you -  

pain, rain, drain, tail, chain. 

Write a sentence with some 'ai' words in it. 

Eg - The rain went down the drain. 

 

Maths

Complete the number bonds to 10 on the worksheet or write out your completed number bonds on a piece of paper.  Try using your 10 fingers to find the bonds.  So 1 + ? = 10.  Put 1 finger up.  How many fingers are down? This is your answer!  You could challenge yourself by writing a story for each bond e.g. I had 1 sticker and bought 9 more so now I have 10 stickers altogether.   

 

PE

In PE we will be practising our catching and throwing skills.
Warm up - Bean game.
Practise Skill - Accurate throwing under arm. 
Make a target and throw a ball into the target. You could use screwed up paper if it is raining outside. 
Easy - big target. 
Harder - small target.

Catching - stand in a space, throw the ball into the air and catch it.
Challenge - walk around, throwing the ball into the air and catching it as you do.
Practise throwing and catching with a partner.

Tuesday 20th October - Worksheet

Monday 19th October 2020 

 

English 

 

Listen to the story ‘Click Clack Moo’ up to page 7 when the cows leave a message for the farmer, on the link below. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rhGzj6Dt1E  

  

You are going to imagine that you are the farmer and write a short letter back to the cows. 

Remember you need to use capital letters at the start of a sentence, full stops and finger spaces. 

Use your phonics to sound out words in your letter. 

How would Farmer Brown feel? Angry, cross? 

Would he give the cows the electric blankets? 

 

Maths

 

Complete the additions on the worksheet or write out and answer the calculations on a piece of paper.  Some calculations are repeated to test your memory! Remember that you can use counters or your fingers to help you add the numbers together.  If you would like an extra challenge, you could write out some of the calculations using number words e.g. five add two equals seven.  You could even extend it further by using different words for add e.g. plus, the total of, the sum of, altogether.   

 

Phonics 

 

Today in phonics our sound is 'ar.' 

Go on the phonics website www.phonicsplay.co.uk  

Click on resources. 

Click on Picnic on Pluto. 

Press start and click on Phase 3 

Then select sound of the day. 

Read the words that come on the screen and decide which are real words and which are fake. 

Now practise writing these words, sounding them out as they are read to you -  

bar, car, card, bark, jar. 

Write a sentence with some 'ar' words in it. 

Eg - The car went past the park. 

 

Science 

 

In Science today we are going to write about our senses and everything we have learnt about them. 

Use the attached word bank to help with key spellings. 

In your writing try to include key facts such as -  

How many senses do we have? What are they? What part of the body do we use for each sense? 

Why are our senses so important? 

You could draw pictures to help you explain and you could tell me which is your favourite sense and why? 

The BBC bitesize has some great links to help you. 

 

Use this poster to help you practise your letters

Counting By 1 Song - Beginner.mp4

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Counting By Fives Song.mp4

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Counting By Tens Song.mp4

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Counting By Twos Song.mp4

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The Number Bonds to Ten Song.mp4

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Shapes Song 2.mp4

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NUMBER WORDS RAP! (song for kids about spelling number words 1-10).mp4

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