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Tuesday 9th February

Guided Reading:

Carry on reading your book on Get Epic.

Remember, try to read for at least 10 minutes each day!

 

Your books for this week are:

Group 1 Comets: Wally Walrus

Group 2 Planets: Perky Otter

Group 3 Astronauts: Patty Cat

Group 4 Rockets: Bitty Fish

Group 5 Stars: Sheep in a Jeep

If you have finished your book then please feel free to choose another one on the websitesmiley

English: 

LO: To identify different language patterns

 

GPS Starter: 

Make a list of 5 verbs such as 'walking' and then use one of the following adverbs to make a sentence.

Slowly

Angrily

Quickly

Loudly

 

Main Task: 

In your books, write down as many words you can think of that rhyme with the word 'man'. 

Look back at yesterday's rhyme of 'I am the baker man', read this to an adult. 

Today we are looking at the rhyme, 'Mary, Mary Quite Contrary'. I have attached a video of the rhyme with the lyrics below. Think about the different things Mary has in her garden. Today we are looking at the character of Mary and we are going to describe her personality and what she looks like using some adjectives. 

Can you think of 6 adjectives to describe Mary?

Put these adjectives into simple sentences. 

 

EXT:
Have a go at writing a verse of the rhyme!

Phonics:

Go onto phonics play and look at phase 5. Plays cheeky chimps and choose the sounds 'ow' and 'ie'. Then you can choose some other games. 

Maths:

LO: To share amounts in groups

 

Mental Maths Starter: 

Complete the number patterns below,

3, 6, 9, __, __, 18, __.

15, __, 25, __, __, 40.

10, __, 14, __, __,20.

 

Main Task:

Today we are continuing to look at sharing groups out equally. If you can, try and use some practical objects to help you. 

 

EXT:
Can you have a go at writing out your 3 times table?

Science:

LO: To describe the weather

Today we are looking at describing the weather using different adjectives. Look back to your weather report from last week and talk to an adult about what the weather has been like in the past few days. Can you draw a picture of what the weather has been like? When you have done this, write down some adjectives around your picture to describe the weather. I have attached a sheet if you would like to complete this to describe different types of weather. 

 

EXT:
Can you put your adjectives into super sentences to describe the weather today? It would be even better if you could use a conjunction in your sentences!

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