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WE LOOK FORWARD TO WELCOMING ALL CHILDREN BACK TO SCHOOL ON MONDAY 8TH MARCH 2021.

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Monday

Good morning! Today is Monday. What is the weather like outside?

 

Let's get started with wake up shake up!

We are continuing to revisit the sounds we already know before moving onto Phase 5.  It is very important we do our phonics every day.   

Our lesson today will be continuing to practise blending consonants and reading long vowel sounds.

Spellings

Today we are going to look at the alternative sound for the 'a' grapheme. Make sure you have a piece of paper and pencil to hand while you watch the video. Write down each word, then add sound buttons to the words and practise reading them. What do you notice? 

Recording #20.mp4

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English

First let's talk about conjunctions.

Conjunctions join together two different parts of a sentence together. They can be words like:

and, but, if, when, because. 

Click on the picture below to watch a short video about them.

 

Today we are going to start reading our new core text "Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish". Watch the video below to listen to today's reading, the learning prompts and the task.

Dinosaurs and all that Rubbish by Michael Foreman

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Maths

Get started with your maths warm up of TTrockstars or BBC Supermovers by clicking on the pictures. After that, choose the correct lesson for your year and watch the video then complete the worksheet.

 

Year 1 Maths. Today we will be recognising and naming 3-D shapes

To recognise spheres, pyramids, cones, cuboids, and other 3D shapes. By the end of this session you will know that a cube is a special cuboid because it has equal edges and square faces. Can you see any 3-D shapes around the room. Can you name any 3-D shapes?

Year 2 Maths. Today we will be looking at odd and even numbers.

What makes a number odd or even? Which numbers can you divide by 2? Why does this help us?

Wider Curriculum

Today you will time travelling back to the age of the dinosaurs.

 

What do we mean when we say past and present? 

 

All the dinosaurs lived at different times in the past (millions of years ago) but not all dinosaurs were alive at the same time. The time of the dinosaurs can be split into three ages called the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous periods.

 

Watch the video and use the information pack to find when different dinosaurs were alive. Place each dinosaur on the correct section of the timeline.

Which is your favourite dinosaur? Make a fact file all about your chosen dinosaur.

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