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Wednesday 24th February


Immediate Engagement: Write a question fro your grown up.

Don't forget to use capital letters, full stops and question marks in the right places.


LO: To tell a persuasive map from memory.

In this lesson we will listen to the persuasive advert, draw a persuasive map and 'step' through the advert.

Please click on the link below.


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.** 


Immediate Engagement: Record odd numbers to 20.


LO: To use the language of position.

In this lesson you will learn the language of position and then use this language to solve position problems.


Please click on the link below.


LO: To recognise the difference between past and present.

This is the first lesson of our new History topic- Family Album.

Firstly, we will be thinking about how we have changed and grown over time.


With your grown up, look at the 'Growing Up' PowerPoint below.


Next, talk to your grown up about the key questions below:

  • Are you older or younger than when you started school?
  • Will you be older or younger on your next birthday?
  • When were you born?
  • When is your birthday?
  • How do you celebrate birthdays?


Work with your grown up to research toys and birthdays in the past. Think about:

  • How have toys and games changed over time?
  • How did they celebrate birthdays in the past? (More than 80 years ago). 
  • What toys do you play with today?
  • What toys do you think children played with in the past? How do these compare to your toys now?


Record three sentences to explain what you have found out.


*Next week, we will be learning about family trees. Please talk to your child about your family and look at and discuss any pictures you have.*