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Wednesday 3rd March

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: Growing a Beanstalk for Jack

Group 2 Planets: Zak's King Arthur Adventure

Group 3 Astronauts: The Big Bad Wolf and the Robot Pig

Group 4 Rockets: Lizzie Little, the Sky is Falling

Group 5 Stars: Goldie Duck and the Three Beavers

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

English

LO: To write a recount

 

GPS Starter:

Can you use the suffix '-ed' to add to these words and then pick 3 words to put into a sentence.

Walk

Jump

Roll

Play

Shout

Whisper

 

Main Task:

Today you are going to write the first part of your recount. Don't forget to include:

  • Capital letters, finger space, full stops
  • Other punctuation: ? ! , ‘
  • Time conjunctions, First, next, finally, then, etc
  • Conjunctions to extend sentences
  • Adverbs
  • Adjectives
  • Apostrophes
  • Commas in a list
  • Time conjunctions in order

 

EXT:
Check your work for any mistakes and edit it if you need to. 

Phonics

Go onto phonics play and play Picnic on Pluto and choose revise all phase 5. Choose some tricky words and write these words down and see if you can put them into a sentence. Then you can choose some other games to play.

Maths:

LO: To find one quarter of a shape

 

Mental Maths Starter:

I have 20 apples. I split the apples between myself and 3 friends. How many groups do I split the apples into? How many apples would we have each?

 

Main Task:

Today we are looking at finding one quarter of a shape. How many parts is quarters split into?

 

EXT:

Can you draw a circle and split it into quarters?

Can you draw a square and split it into quarters?

Can you draw a rectangle and split it into quarters?

 

History:

LO: To know where people fit in a chronological framework.

Today we are looking at family trees. Talk to an adult about the people in your family. 

 

Think about the family that live in your house and then talk about the family members who don't live with you (grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins).

Next, think about the age of your family members. Who is oldest and who is youngest?

 

With an adult, have a go at completing the 'Family Tree Leaf Activity' below. Cut out, label and decorate a leaf for each member of your family.

 

EXT: Extend your learning to research the family tree for the Royal family. Who is the oldest member and who is the youngest? How many family members are there in the Royal Family?

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