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Thursday 28th January


Break 10:45

Dinner 12:00

Don’t forget the zoom meetings will be held at

10:15am, 11:30am and 2:00pm. (Links are below each lesson.)


Group 1

blindly, wisely, correctly, properly, kindly, silently, friendly, quietly, suspiciously, sufficiently, strangely, separately, patiently, immediately, entirely, definitely, conscientiously, anxiously, sweetly, suddenly.

Group 2

proud, shout, mount, pounce, allowed, frown, cloud, blow, snow, glow, below.

Group 3

spoil, avoid, point, enjoy, destroy, plain, away, train, pray, play.

Today I would like you to give yourself a mini spelling test. Use the LOOK, COVER, WRITE, CHECK.

Take note of the ones you are struggling with and write them 3 times at the bottom of your list.



Lesson starter (15 mins) PaG – Punctuation and Grammar

Writing a complex sentence.

A complex sentence uses a SUBORDINATE CONJUNCTION

They are:


Today, we are going to start by using just 3 of them:


Watch the video for today’s lesson starter instructions:

Task: Complete the sentences by adding

when because if.

  1. I had a drink of water, _______I was thirsty.
  2. _________ you leave now, you will arrive on time.
  3. My sister ate all the biscuits, _____________ they are her favourite.

Now, can you think of one sentence of your own using when, because or if?

Main lesson

Just to remind you, this half term our focussed text is Rumpelstiltskin. We have looked at the settings within the story and talked about things around us in a setting description.

Now it’s your turn!

Task: Today I would like you to create your own setting; either in the woods and in/near a castle.

Task: I would like you to create a table of descriptive noun phrases for your setting.

e.g long tall grass, tall bushy tree.

A noun phrase has 2 ADJECTIVES and 1 NOUN.

English zoom meeting for more support

Meeting ID: 881 4971 3993

Password: 93ubP1



Maths meeting (15 mins)


What is the 3D shape?


What number is shown by the base 10?

Maths Lesson (45 mins)

Following n from learning about 2D shapes, today in your book:


Maths zoom link meeting for you to pop into if you are struggling with today’s learning in maths.

Meeting ID: 815 9173 0737

Password: 5GcZ7j




What do you think this book is about?

Why is it called ‘Do not open this book?’

Whose book is it?

What will happen if you do?



Last week we looked at fossils, what they were and where they came from. I mentioned the 3 types of fossils: Body, Trace and Chemical

Today, I would like you to watch the following video about a lady called Mary Anning.

Task: I would like to find out out the following information and make a spider diagram like below.

  1. Where did she live?
  2. What did she do as a job?
  3. Why is she famous?
  4. Any interesting facts?

What else can you research and find out about her?

Afternoon zoom meeting for you to come along to if you are struggling with any part of the lesson this afternoon.

Meeting ID: 856 8839 6853

Password: taB6Ev


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