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Wednesday 3rd February

Spelling and Grammar (SPaG)

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 sequence the events in my own story.


Yesterday, we planned the basic parts of our own story onto our story mountain (beginning, build up, problem, resolution and ending).

Today, we are going to be planning our own story in more detail. We are going to be sequencing all of the events in our story (even the in-between parts!) by creating our own story map.



  1. Watch the video below - this will help you to know how to create your story map.
  2. Create your story map using pictures, words and any important parts that you don't want to forget! You can do this on paper or on a new portfolio post in Class Dojo.

How to Make a Story Map






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.

Sharing by Making Equal Groups (Lesson 1 - Recap)

Still image for this video





Jesus, Friend to Everyone

Today we are continuing to explore Bible stories about how Jesus was a friend to everyone. 


Today's story is :

 Blind Bartimaeus

(Mark 10:46-52, Luke 18:35-43)


Everyday people walked passed Bartimaeus and ignored him. On that day, Jesus took notice. Jesus saw him, listened and helped. Why? I wonder how Bartimaeus felt when Jesus spoke to him?


In today’s world, this would be a sensational news story.

What would be the headline?



  1. Listen to the story below.
  2. Re-write the story in the style of a newspaper report.

You will need to think about the following;

  • a name for your paper
  • a sensational headline
  • interview from a witness (don't forget to put what they say in speech marks "..")
  • you want it to be read by lots of people so use exciting descriptions and use excalmation marks ! to draw their attendion - make it sensational
  • end with your name as the reporter

Blind Bartimaeus