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Wednesday 13th May

Good Morning.

I hope that you are all enjoying time outside and accessing 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 Spring term: workout 2 in your Maths 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.


In Maths we are working to secure of counting in 2s. We are doing this for numbers up to 50. Using your hundred square to help you practice counting in 2s, can you count up to 50?

Can you start at 20 and try and count back in 2s? This might be tricky so have your hundred square next to you.

In your book underneath the dot date start with the numbers below and practice counting up in 2s until you reach 20.

Eg. 8

8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20


  1. 4
  2. 10
  3. 14
  4. 6
  5. 2


Starting at 30 can you count back in 2s until you reach 0?


In English we are completing a spelling activity. We are practicing some common exception words.


In science we are learning about weather and seasonal changes.
Can you remember the names of the 4 seasons? What is the weather like in every season?

To keep track of the weather we can sometimes use a weather wheel. We sometimes use these in school to show what the weather is like each day. We use it to help us decide what to wear and what activities we can do. Today we will work to make our own.

Our weather wheel will show the different types of weather. Each day you can look outside and point the arrow to the day’s weather. Other people will be able to look at your weather wheel and use it to help decide what to wear and what they might want to do that day.

Get an adult to help you draw a circle on a piece of paper and split it into 6 sections. In each section draw a picture to show a different type of weather. When you have finished, carefully cut out the wheel and ask an adult to help you make an arrow. Look at the example below to help you.

Over the next week look at the weather each day and point the arrow to the right type of weather.


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