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Tuesday 23rd February

Reading

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.

 

http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/literacy.html

https://www.phonicsbloom.com/

http://www.letters-and-sounds.com/phase-4-games.html

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English

 

LO: To  compose questions orally and in writing.

 

Today, we are going to beginning our new story for this half term, called 'Mudpuddle Farm - Six Animal Adventures'. Have a look at the front cover below - what do you think happens within this book?

 

Task:

  1. Read/listen to the Chapter 1 and 2 of our first short story: 'Mossop's Last Chance'.
  2. In your book, make a prediction of what you think may happen next in the story.
  3. Write down 4 questions that you would like to find out about the story or the characters.

Mossop's Last Chance by Michael Morpurgo Chapters 1&2

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Maths

 

LO: To understand and draw pictograms.

 

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

 https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

 

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 Class Dojo, or by writing your answers into your remote learning book.

Drawing Pictograms

Still image for this video

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R.E

 

LO: To explain how stories reveal Christian beliefs about Jesus.

 

 

Jesus, Friend to Everyone

Today, we are ending our unit by recapping the Bible stories that we have learnt over last half term and thinking about what Jesus was trying to teach us.

 

Think about the stories that we have explored about Jesus being a friend to everyone. You might want to look back at your work from last half term or re-watch some of the videos.

 

Task:

  1. Answer the following questions in your home learning book or on the worksheet below:
  • In what ways do these stories show Jesus was a friend to everyone?
  • Why do you think Jesus did these things to help these people?
  • Why did he speak to everyone?
  • What did Jesus want us to learn from his behaviour?

 

  1. Create a poster which promotes what Jesus wanted us to learn from these stories e.g. accepting everyone, listening to others, helping people.

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