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Thursday 4th March


Immediate Engagement: Find plurals of the words below and then choose three to use in your own sentences.

  • dog
  • cat
  • horse
  • book
  • car
  • girl
  • boy


LO: To write a persuasive advert (Part 2).

In this lesson we continue writing our persuasive advert from the previous lesson.


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

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.** 


Immediate Engagement: Explore position and direction.

With your grown up, explore position and direction at home. Can you guide your grown up around the room with simple instructions? For example, take two steps forward, turn left, take three steps forward, turn right.

EXT: Extend your learning by following instructions given by your grown up.


LO: To find one quarter of a quantity.

In this lesson we will be finding a quarter of a given quantity and applying this to a part-whole model.


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LO: To know about the work of a range of artists, looking at the work of Picasso.

LO: To develop a wide range of art and design techniques such as making a collage.


With your grown up, recap learning from last lesson.

Think about:

  • What you like about your work.
  • What you would change about your work if you did it again.


Looking back at last week’s work (self-portraits) talk to your grown up about the details missed on your pictures (e.g. eyebrows, eyelashes). 


Look again at the 'All about Picasso' PowerPoint. Think about cubism (different features in different places) and think about how Picasso used this in his work.


Next, draw a simple face shape and colour it in. Add hair, but don't add any other features.

Using your portraits from last week, cut out key features (eyes, nose, mouth) and stick them onto the face you have drawn today in different places to create a portrait in the style of Picasso.

Look at the Picasso pictures to help you here. 


Evaluate your work by talking to your grown up about the key questions below:

  • What do you like about your work?
  • Why did you decide to stick the features in certain places?
  • Would you do it differently next time?