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Friday 26th February

English:

Immediate Engagement: Use the bossy (imperative) verbs below to create your own commands (instructions):

  • walk
  • run
  • dance
  • sing

 

LO: To write questions to hook the reader.

In this lesson we explore the punctuation needed to write a question and how to write questions that hook the reader.

 

Please click on the link below.

 

 

Phonics:

This week we will be revising Phase 3 sounds oo, or and ar.

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: Count in 2's to 20, in 5's to 50 and in 10's to 100.

 

LO: To use the language of position, direction and movement (Part 2).

In this lesson you will practise following directional instructions on a grid and create algorithms for direction.

 

Please click on the link below.

RE:
LO: To understand the Our Father prayer and recognise it as preparation for Communion.

 

After the priest has said the words that Jesus used at the Last Supper, the parish family prepares to receive Jesus in Holy Communion.

As part of preparing to receive Jesus everyone prays the family prayer that Jesus gave us, the Our Father. This is a family prayer because God is a Father to everyone and loves and cares for everyone.

 

Look at the Our Father and read the prayer together.

 

Our Father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name.

Thy kingdom come,

thy will be done on earth it is in heaven.

Give us this day our daily bread

and forgive us our trespasses

as we forgive those

who trespass against us,

and lead us not into temptation

but deliver us from evil. Amen

 

Talk to your grown up about the prayer and think about the key questions below:

  • Who gave us this prayer?
  • Why is this a family prayer?
  • Who says this prayer at Mass?

 

Work with your grown up to create your own family prayer. You could extend your learning to illustrate your work with pictures and symbols.

Happy Friday everyone!

Hope you're all okay.

Don't forget to send me one piece of English and one piece of Maths if you haven't already done so.

Have a lovely weekend.smiley

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