Menu
Home Page

Monday

Other subjects

 

Please focus on RE/PSHE today for your extra subjects :)

MATHS

 

In maths this week, we are going to be focussing on subtraction.

 

Remember to use things around you to help take the numbers away, draw a number line to help you, or even see if you can create a 100 square :)

 

If you are not sure on an answer, especially within challenge 3 and the super challenge, then have a go, but please do not worry if you move on to the next one :)

 

 

Mondays tasks can be found here

 

Year 2- if you would like an extra challenge, please go the the year 2 google form here

Subtraction not crossing 10

Well done

 

Well done to Ellis R, Ellis H, Katie, Sienna, Mimee, Lottie, PrestonViolet, George and Ava, who have completed all their maths work from before half term. Really proud of you all. Keep up the good work :)

ENGLISH

For the next few weeks we are going to being studying Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl. As it is quite a long book we will break it down into smaller parts. This week we will focus on chapter's 10 to 16 (25.28-52.25) to find out what is going to happen to the foxes next. Follow the link to the story on YouTube. Today's task is a practical activity so please email a photo of your child's creation to us at the usual email addresses.

 

Click here for today's video lesson, as usual there is no written work for today.

 

 

COMPREHENSION

For today's work about The Hare and the Tortoise click here.

 

PHONICS

The children have been split into three groups according what they were working on before Christmas. You should have received a message to say which group your child is in. Follow the activity for your child's group.

 

First watch the following video to learn or recap todays sound.

Group A – ay - click here

Group B - ow (brown cow) - click here. Now go to BBC Bitesize here.

Group C - ue - click here.

 

Now you can all have a go at this game.

 

Complete the following in relation to the above sound (the image has an example using the letter a):

  • Practise writing the sound several times, make sure it’s neat and your letters sit on the line. Try to make sure ascenders are tall and descenders are under the line.
  • Think of at least 5 words that contain the sound.
  • Write at least 3 sentences using some of those words. Remember capital letters, finger spaces, full stops and to sit your letters on the line.

Use a whiteboard or a piece of paper (please draw your child straight lines if there aren’t any). Send photos to the relevant email address.

Top