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Wednesday 3rd March


Group 1

break, most, sure, would, improve, floor, clothes, money, half, water, sugar, prove

Group 2

some, school, house, love, said, were, one, their, people, asked

Group 3

his, go, the, they, by, he, me, so, when, like

TASK: Draw flowers for each word and put one letter in each petal. Make sure they are big enough that I can read the letters.


Look at the following Phase 5 sounds.

These are our split digraphs. They sound just like our vowels: a, e, i, o, u

TASK: Think of a word for each sound (try to think of a different one to the picture shown) and write the word in a sentence.


Today we are looking at noun phrases.


A noun is always introduced by a word called a DETERMINER.

These could be a, the, three, most, his, your, my etc

Together they make a noun phrase.

TASK: Write out and underline the determiners in red and the nouns in blue (or 2 other colours)

Sometimes a noun phrase can be expanded (made longer) by adding more information.

I have expanded the noun phrase

‘the girl’ and ‘the park

TASK: Complete the next 3 sentences and make them have an expanded noun phrase.

English zoom meeting for more support

Meeting ID: 881 4971 3993

Password: 93ubP1


Maths – Statistics

Maths meeting (15 mins)

Maths Lesson (45 mins)

We are continuing to look at pictograms.

Yesterday we looked at pictures representing 2 and 5 in different pictograms.

Have a look at the questions below.

One pictogram has a key which represents 5 but one has a key which represents 10.

Think carefully!

TASK: Complete the pictograms above

TASK: Use the pictograms below to interpret the information and answer the questions.

CHALLENGE: Who is right? Convince me!

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



“Dirty Bertie – Worms

…Continued from yesterday.

TASK: Read the page from the book and design your own party invitation. Will it be fancy dress? Where will it be?


Think about the questions for each emotion (smile, laugh, shock, angry) and use each area to tell me your answers. You can add pictures as well as writing to make it look attractive.

TASK: Answer the final 3 questions below:

  1. What was the best thing that happened to you today?
  2. What was the worst thing that happened to you today?
  3. What was the funniest thing that happened to you today?

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


Well done everyone, another great day of learning today!

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