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Archbishop Courtenay Primary School

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Tuesday

Good morning everyone, we hope you have had a lovely sleep and breakfast and are ready for another day of learning.

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Phonics

Year 1

We are learning the alternative grapheme for the ‘ow’ sound -'ou'

Year 2

'a' grapheme makes /ar/ sound

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English

Well you'll never guess what I spotted when I arrived at work this morning!

GIANT footprints at the bottom of our stairs!  Gave me a BIG fright it did!

Well,  I thought I'd better clean them up straight away in case they frightened the little ones too ... but before I did, I took a photograph to show you because I thought you'd never believe me if I didn't.

And next to the footprints was a note ... but all it said was this Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum

I wonder who the footprints belong to?

Let's read on and see if our story gives us any more clues ...

 

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The giant is our story talks in rhyming phrases, why don't you have a go at talking like a giant.

Giant talk: Fee-fi-fo-fum. I’m feeling hungry, here I come!’

 

Your Task for today is to create your own giant words and phrases by replacing /f/ with different consonants and rhyming –um words, Here's my example ‘Hee-hi-ho-hum. I want food in my tum!’. 

 

Something to remember when writing about giants: 'g' may say /j/ before an e, i, or y like gem or gym or

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Year 1 Maths

Today we are going to be continuing counting in 2's.

Year 2 Maths

Today we will be counting the sides on 2-D shapes.

PE

In PE this term we are going to be developing our gymnastics skills. Today we are creating high and low movements. We will be linking movements together in different directions.

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