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Monday 23rd March

Good morning from Mrs Gibb! Here are today's Daily Five:

 

1. The Daily Five - Maths

First: practice your number bonds using the part-whole worksheets which are in your home pack.  Complete one of the worksheets.  

Secondly:  Using the link https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button  press on the Timetables button and practice your tables to 12.  If you are not sure of the answer.  Use your arrays (peapods) to show your working out in your workbook.

 

2. The Daily Five - Literacy

Daily Phonics:

Pine and Maple group:  This week's sound is - ay 'as in -day' Watch the Mr Thorne Does Phonics ay on You Tube, this will give you a clear pronunciation of the sound - see resources below for link)

Then using the set of 'ay' words from your set of green cards and write each word 3 times. 

Holly Group: This week's sound is - igh 'as in -' Watch the Mr Thorne Does Phonics igh on You Tube, this will give you a clear pronunciation of the sound - see resources below for link)

Then using the set of 'igh' words from your set of green cards and write each word 3 times. 

Oak Group: We are working on using suffixes: Pleasae work on these using the PDF below.

Writing:

Choose one of the Pobble writing tasks in your home learning pack. 

Start today by drawing a story map in your work book. Remember to use time words to order and sequence your story.

 

3. The Daily Five - Outside Time

Science link to every day materials:  This activity shows how a paper aeroplane, glider or helicopter falls to the ground much more slowly and gracefully than a scrunched-up piece of paper. It’s all thanks to the forces generated by air pressing on, and moving over, the surface of the paper.

You will need two pieces of paper - one scrunched up the other folded into a paper aeroplane.  Then go outside and have a go at making them fly.  Which flies and why do you think it flies?

 

4. The Daily Five - Project

Keeping a Bean Diary:

You each received a brown envelope with a bean seed inside.  Please carefully plant your bean plant in some soil in a pot. Water it and leave it in she sun.  Once it starts to shoot draw and measure it using your ruler to track how tall it grows.

 

 

5. The Daily Five - Reading

Please read every day - follow the instructions to log onto Oxford Owls.  Please continue to keep a record of how many you have read using the card in your home reader folder.  

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