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Friday 12th February

English:

Immediate Engagement: Add the suffix -s to the words below to make them plurals.

  • girl
  • dog
  • table
  • pen
  • cup
  • plate

 

Now choose two words to use in your own sentences.

 

LO:To write an information text.

In this lesson we will finish writing our information piece and edit our work.

Please click on the link below.

Phonics:

This week we will be revising Phase 3 sounds oi, oa and qu.

Please visit PhonicsPlay to access games focusing on these sounds. You could play Picnic on Pluto, Dragon's Den or Buried Treasure. 

 

You could also play Tricky Word Trucks!

 

**If your child is more confident, please use the PhonicsPlay website to explore games and resources for Phase 4 and Phase 5.** 

Maths:

Immediate Engagement: Create your own number pattern starting at 5 and counting in 2's.

5, 7, 9....

 

EXT: Can you see a pattern in the numbers? (Are they odd or even?)

 

LO: To recognise and create repeating patterns.

In this lesson you will explore and create shape and colour patterns. You will then be able to describe and continue patterns using 2-D shapes.

Please click on the link below.

RE:
LO: To recognise Mass as a special meal for the parish family.


Use the picture from Church’s Story 1 pages 26 – 27 as you read the following story:

 

Last Sunday, when I went to church with Dad and Grandma, Mr Sheridan asked my friend Clare and me if we would take up the gifts of bread and wine to the altar in the procession of gifts. I had never done it before and I felt quite excited. When the time came, I held the dish with the altar breads, which are called hosts, and carried it very carefully. Clare carried the wine and Mr Sheridan and Grandma took up the collection. Father James smiled at me. “Thank you, Clare and Tom,” he said.  When I returned to my seat, I watched Father James offer the gifts and listened as he asked God our Father to bless the bread and wine that would become Jesus for us. We all replied, “Blessed be God forever.”

 

With your grown up, think about the key questions below:

  • What is the food and drink for the special meal?
  • What did Father James do with the gifts of bread and wine?
  • What did the people reply?

 

Write your own prayer to say thank you to God for the gift of food.

 

 

*******Happy half term everyone!*******

Well done for all of your hard work- I am so proud of you!

 

Missing you all,

Miss Ebdy smiley

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