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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:
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Miss Cook's group:
Sort the alternative pronunciation of 'u' words. You could print out the sheet, 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.
This week we are going to return to measurement - specifically looking at measuring length and height.
Today's lesson focus is measuring the length of an object using non-standard units.
1. Warm up your Maths brain with the BBC Supermovers - The 5 Times Table with the Posh Pooch!
2. Work through the video below. Remember to pause the video when prompted and discuss your thinking with a grown up at home.
3. Complete the worksheet attached.
If you are unable to print the worksheet, you could find different objects at home to measure. You will need to use a smaller object (such as paper clips, Lego pieces of the same size or cubes) as your non-standard unit to measure the larger items. Estimate the length before checking by measuring. Record your work in a simple chart like the one below:
This week we are continuing with our work on the text, 'Hansel and Gretel' by Anthony Browne.
This week we are going to focus on writing our retelling of the story - today's lesson focuses on beginning the editing process by looking at the content we have included.
As with last week, 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.
As today is an editing session, there is not a new sheet to write on.
This term in Art, we are going to be investigating portraits and developing our drawing skills.
Today's lesson focus is investigating how objects can be used in portraits to say something about the person in the portrait.
Start by working through the PowerPoint below. Remember to pause the video to consider the questions posed.
Today's task is to set up and pose for your own photograph portrait - you will need a grown up at home to take the photograph for you.
Once you have chosen your favourite photograph portrait, ask a grown up at home to send it to our class email address so that we can share them with each other next week in the classroom.
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.