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Tuesday 2nd February

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SpellingPhonics/
H’writing

English
MathsReadingGeography Mental Health WeekStory

PARENTS: If you haven’t yet accessed MARVELLOUS ME and sent me your consent, please do so. As stated below, this week we are using the platform to share with you activities for Mental Health Week!

This week is Mental Health week, we will be completing daily activities throughout the week and then on Friday we will be having a technology free day and celebrating rainbow day.

Spelling

Group 1 (prefix mis- dis-)

disinterested, disadvantaged, disappeared, discontinue, disqualify, disobedient, disappointed, disjointed, dissatisfied, disagree, misbehave, misunderstood, misadventure, mislead, misplace,

Group 2 (ie/y sounds like igh)

tried, trying, replied, crying, cried, supplying, supplied, drying, dried, eye

Group 3 (g sounds like j)

cage, sage, wage, huge, collage, plunge, stage, village, voyage

TASK: Please choose 5 of your spellings and apply them into a sentence.

Make sure your sentences make sense and that you are adding as much information as you can to make it a fantastic sentence!! Underline the spelling which you have chosen to use in each sentence.

Phonics/Handwriting

TASK: I would like you to copy these words using your neatest handwriting.

phone (ph), white (wh), money (ey), snake (a-e), feast (ea), queue (ue),

slide (i-e), bead (ea), cloud (ou)

TASK: Now I would like you to think of one more word using the same Phase 5 sounds as the words above

English

Today we will continue working on the story

‘Slowly, slowly, slowly written by ‘Eric Carle’

Last week we looked at Complex sentences using subordinating conjunctions. We are going to create some more today using pictures from the story.

Here are the conjunctions I would like you to choose from in your sentences.

_____________________ (main clause), __________________ (subordinating clause)

Remember the main clause makes sense on its own

The subordinating clause doesn’t make sense on its own and has one of these conjunctions in it.

TASK: Look at pictures below and complete the following sentences. I have given you the main clause and I would like you to complete the complex sentence with a subordinating clause.

TASK: Now create 2 of your own complex sentences using the picture below:

REMEMBER, YOU NEED A COMMA TO SEPERATE THE CLAUSES.

English zoom meeting for more support

Meeting ID: 881 4971 3993

Password: 93ubP1

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88149713993?pwd=Z0RzTVlJK0hNT2JJRFNidmhrYXNhdz09

Maths – Shape, Space and Measure

Maths Meeting

Level 1

What is this 2D shape?

Level 2

What is the number shown here?

Maths Lesson

Challenge

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

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81591730737?pwd=S2dGUVVxM1A2RVp4WDFzVXo0OUI1Zz09

Reading

National Storytelling Week 2021

Today’s story is the WORRYSAURUS by Rachel Bright

Listen to the story.

As it is Mental Health week, I though the following activities about today’s book would fit in nicely.

TASK: These are the activities I would like you to complete today.

Some extra resources for you to use or you can draw your own if you wish:

Geography

Extreme Earth: Tsunami’s

Map showing where and when major tsunamis happened in the world

TASK: Create a timeline showing tsunamis (show on the map) in order from furthest away in time to most recent.

Question: How many years ago was the most recent tsunami?

Do your parents remember it?

Can they tell you anything about it?

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

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85688396853?pwd=cTVJU2VZOGRTUm02SnVncENEeW5zdz09

Mental Health Week 2021

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