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Monday 22nd June

The High Dive

1. The Daily Three - Maths


Mental Maths - NUMBOTS: 

You did so well last week that we are having another week of our daily Numbots challenge!  Have a go at moving up a level this week.  Remember to have your user name and password ready.  It is in home school pack and in the cover of your blue Home School book.



This week we are going to revise Measuring Length - Week 9, Lesson 1 is:


Measure Length (cm)


Today you will need your work book and your ruler and pencil.  Remember when you measure you need to start at 0 cm.

Now Complete the worksheet.

 At the bottom of the page I have attached the worksheet.


2. The Daily Three- Literacy


TODAY'S Phonics: 

Pine and Maple group:  The next sound we will be learning is the silent ‘k’ sound.  Click on the link to see how Mr Thorne does Phonics watch the video all the way through.

Then watch it again pausing so that you can write words in your books.  There are 8 words in this episode so practice each word 3 times


Holly Group: This week's sound is ‘tion’ as in:

Today we are going to read and use the poem: Imagination to find ‘tion’ words.  Then write them in a list ready for tomorrow.




Oak Group: 

This week we are working on POLYSYLLABIC words.  These words have more than 1 syllable.  So you can clap the syllables in a word like:  Jan clap u clap a clap ry = 4 syllables

Here are some other polysyllabic words to clap out.  Then write them in your book and mark the syllables with a line between each one like this: Jan/u/a/ry

     immediately                 confidently                      importantly           

enormous                                            terrific                                      horrific


fantastic             carefully                   January                          February


3.  The Daily Three Writing Today:


This week we are looking at rhyming words:  The book we are using to help us is called The Snail and the Whale written by Julia Donaldson:

Listen to the story:


Now read this out loud a few times and then make a list of words that rhyme. 

Remember rhyming words are found at the end of each line AND a tip – there are two of each rhyming sound.