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Thursday 14th January

Maths:

Immediate Engagement: Use the 100 square to help you find 10 more than the numbers below:

  •  2
  • 14
  • 18
  • 20
  • 25
  • 28

 

LO: To understand addition calculations. 

 

Click on the link below to see your Maths lesson for today. You will be learning about commutativity, which sounds so grown up!

Commutativity is when two numbers in an addition calculation always have the same answer. For example:

2+1=3

1+2=3

 

Have a look at the lesson and do your best- you will be amazing!

 

English:

Immediate engagement: Match the rhyming words below:

  • cat                    bark
  • fox                    rat
  • book                 box
  • shark                look

 

LO: To sequence a story. 

Think back to our work on 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. Can you use the template below to sequence the story? This could be done on the sheet or drawn straight into your books. 

 

Next, choose at least 2 writing prompts and work with your grown up to think of ways to finish the sentences. Challenge yourself to use conjunctions (and, because) and adjectives (describing words) in your work. 

 

EXT: Can you record sentences for all of the writing prompts, extending your learning to record questions for the characters in the story. 

 

Phonics:

This week we will be revising Phase 3 sounds ai, ee and igh.

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

 

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

Art and Design

LO: To draw with skill. 

Have another look at the picture of Monet's drawing 'Japanese Footbridge'.

 

Today we are going to focus on the bridge.

Look carefully at the bridge and talk to your grown up about the detail the drawing has.

 

Draw the bridge three times, each time using a different pencil technique (shading, lines, dots).

 

 

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