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1. Use relevant video below -
watch either Mrs Jackson's Group or Miss Cook's Group
2. Complete today's activity - Mrs Jackson's group:
Sign in details:
Miss Cook's group:
Sort the alternative pronunciation of 'i' words. You could print out the sheets, cut out the words and then sort them into two groups or look at the words on the screen and write them down in two groups.
1. Warm up your Maths brain with the BBC Supermovers - Number bonds with Martin Dougan
2. This week we are moving onto division - sharing (or grouping) an amount into equal amounts (or groups). Start by watching the short introduction to division video on BBC Bitesize.
3. Work through the PowerPoint below - make sure you pause after each question slide to give yourself chance to answer (the answer slides follow each time).
3. Choose a set of question cards to complete - there is a 1 or 3 star challenge available. You will need some small objects to group (for example buttons or Lego pieces) - there is a photograph at the end of today's PowerPoint showing you how to set out your work.
The grouping sheet could be printed and popped into a plastic wallet so that you can wipe it clean each time you have made the equal groups.
Remember, if you are unable to print the questions cards, you can read them from the screen and group objects accordingly.
English: Our first text this term is 'Hansel and Gretel' by Anthony Browne.
This week we are going to closely explore the text - today's lesson focuses on engaging with a text and making predictions.
You will need to watch the PowerPoint below (make sure you have the sound on).
Where you see this symbol on the PowerPoint, pause the video to consider and discuss the questions with a grown up at home.
Where you see this symbol on the PowerPoint, you need to pause the video and write down your ideas (either using the sheet provided or your own sheet of paper if you are unable to print).
This term in History, we are going to be learning about the life and times of Queen Elizabeth I.
Today's lesson focus is thinking about what a monarch is. Start by watching this short CBBC Newsround clip about our current monarch, Queen Elizabeth II.
Then, work through the PowerPoint below. Remember to pause the video to consider the questions posed.
There is also an information sheet below to read through with a grown up at home.
Once you have worked through the PowerPoint and read the information sheet, there is a 1 or 2 star challenge to complete - matching facts to the correct monarch.
Enjoy today's Story time video
10 x minutes reading - use your school reading book or access online reading resource - Oxford Owl - using the login instructions provided
10 x minutes spelling practise - Use the relevant sheet to practise this week's spellings. Please email via our class email address if you are unsure of which group to follow.