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Thursday 4th February


Phonics (optional)

If you feel as though your child would benefit from continuing phonics practise, please use the links below.

Similarly, if you would like to use these activities instead of or in addition to the reading practise above, please feel free to do so.





LO: To write an explorer story based on 'A Right Royal Disaster'.


 Today, we are going to use our 'Story Mountain' and 'Story Map' to write our own version of 'A Right Royal Disaster'. In your story you should include:

  • Time words e.g. First, next, before, after.
  • Apostrophes for contracted forms e.g. I'm, don't, I'll, didn't, she's.
  •  Features from the original story e.g. characters, setting, plot.


You have today and tomorrow's lesson to complete your story.

You can choose to either write your whole story today and complete a reading comprehension tomorrow. Or, you can write your story over today's and tomorrow's lesson, instead of doing Friday's reading comprehension. 



  1. Read/look over your plans from Tuesday and Wednesday to refresh your memory.
  2. Listen to the proof-reading video below.
  3. Write your story - remember your capital letters, finger spaces and full stops!

Proof-Reading Your Story

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LO: To make equal groups by sharing.


Play 'Hit the Button' to practise your number bonds to 10, 20 and 100. What's your highest score?


Watch the video below. You might need to pause the video to do some working out. Write your answers into your remote learning book.


If you would like some extra practise, you can complete the questions on the worksheet below either by printing out the worksheet, writing on top on the worksheet via activities on ClassDojo, or by writing your answers into your remote learning book.

Making Equal Groups by Sharing - Lesson 2

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Today, we are going to be starting our Geography unit of work, all about Australia! Before, we start to explore Australia, we are going to recap our knowledge of continents and where the UK and Australia are on a map of the world.


Can you learn the continents and oceans songs?



  1. Listen to the continents and oceans songs below.
  2. Use the maps below to help you to fill in your own map of the world.
  3. Colour or label the areas that you think might be hot, cold or warm (red, orange, blue if you have those colours available).

Seven Continents Song

Five Oceans Song