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Thursday 23rd April

Good Morning.

I hope that you are all enjoying time outside and continuing to access the home learning work easily.

Don’t forget to visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel for an energetic start to your day.

You can also follow phonics live on Ruth Miskin training’s YouTube page where Read, Write inc. phonics lessons are available. For the times please check the phonics section of our class page.

Attached below are our learning activities for today. You also have your CGP Maths and English 10 minute workout books. Please complete Autumn term: workout 7 in your English book.

Don’t forget to take regular breaks outside and you can try some of the activities suggested in your workbook that was sent home.

 

Maths

In Maths we are continuing to practice completing subtraction number sentences. Today we are focusing on subtraction number sentences which cross 10. To find the answer we are going to use the same method as yesterday. Hold your start number in your head and use your fingers to help you to count the jumps back until you reach the answer.

In your book underneath the dot date complete the number sentences below.
12 – 3 =
15 – 9 =
17 – 8 =
14 – 7 =
18 – 10 =
13 – 8 =

English

In your workbooks under the long date can you practice writing the letters l and t. Write two lines of each letter focusing on writing on the line and forming the letters carefully.
After you have practiced writing the letters, carefully practice writing the words below. Write each word at least three times
lot
tall
small
tell

Music

In music we will continue to explore different sounds around us, as well as pitch, volume and other features of music.

Today we are exploring the sounds we can hear around us. If you can, sit outside in your garden or back yard, if you cannot sit outside try sitting by an open window.

Try and sit quietly and listen for the different sounds you can hear. What can you hear? Write down all the things you can hear. Can you hear birds? Can you hear the wind?

Reading

Read your school reading book or another book from home. Remember to use your phonics to help you to read any tricky words

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