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Wednesday 10th January

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SpellingHandwriting
English
MathsReadingFrenchStory

Spelling/Handwriting

Group 1

somebody, thought, which, witch, with, friend, opened, who, found, wanted, asked, hear, couldn’t, through, around, goes, stopped, wasn’t, really, shouldn’t

Group 2

these, those, always, going, were, people, every, little, because, above

Group 3

saw, when, what, where, there, and, about, has, want, have

TASK: Apply 5 words into sentences today and underline the words you have used.

English

The type of poem we are focussing on this week are LIMERICKS.

Remember, when writing a Limerick poem we need to think of the beat and rhyme.

Yesterday we began by looking at rhyming words for line 1 & 2

Here is my example:

They need to have the beat above – (5 or 6 beats)

Paul is tall so I am thinking he might bang his head!

What words rhyme with head?

bed, dead, fed, red, said, ted

TASK: Think of line 3 & 4 that rhyme

TASK: Now, complete line 5 – it needs to rhyme with line 1 & 2

English zoom meeting for more support

Meeting ID: 881 4971 3993

Password: 93ubP1

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

Maths meeting (15 mins)

Maths Lesson (45 mins)

We have worked really hard on shape this half term so lets see what you can remember.

If you don’t have a printer, don’t worry just label the shapes

e.g. 1a – cylinder.

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

INFERENCE

Can you think about the picture titled:

‘The Monster’s Ring’

  • What is ‘The Monster’s Ring’?
  • Is the boy wearing it?
  • What is special about it?
  • What has happened to the boy?
  • Which change happened first?
  • Will he always be this way?
  • How is he feeling?
  • What might he be thinking?

French

TASK: Turn the written calculations into numbers and solve the ones you can. In words and numbers. e.g. un (1) + quatre (4) = cinq (5)

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

STORY – Enjoy a nice story of your choice today.

Well done children, that is your learning completed for today. Please send me your work to check through.

Thank you

Miss Kendall

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