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Tuesday 5th May

Good Morning.

I hope you are working hard and still enjoying your home learning.

Don’t forget to visit Joe Wicks’ YouTube channel for another fun and active 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 11 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 working to secure our understanding of one more and one less. We are doing this using numbers up to 50. For this work you can use your 50 square to help you. Find the number on the grid and look for its neighbour numbers.

How many doughnuts can you see below?

What is one more and one less?

 

How many cubes are there? What is one more and one less?

 

With your hundred-square in front of you, close your eyes and put your finger on a number below 50. In your book underneath the dot date write the number you have chosen. Next to it write one less and one more.
e.g. 27       26  28

English

In English we are spending some time securing our grammar knowledge. In your book please complete the grammar sheet below.

Computing

In computing we have been looking at following instructions and how these help us to reach the result we are looking for.

Can you remember what the word algorithm means?
It is the precise instructions a computer follows to help it get the correct result.

Today log into purple mash (https://www.purplemash.com/sch/greatwood) and complete the activity set. This is a colouring activity. Can you colour in the enormous elephant using the paint colours?

Reading

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

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