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Thursday 7th May

Winnie the Pooh and Pudsey are saying: Hello to you all!

1.The Daily Five – Maths

Mental Maths:  Let’s start by spending 10 minutes playing on the numbots.  Remember that your login is in your home learning pack or blue home school book.


Have another go at the 3 times table song by NumberJacks:


White Rose Maths:  Today we are going to learn what Related Facts are. 

 PARENTS (please click the link find Summer week 3 lesson 3)


REMEMBER if you get stuck you can watch the video again to have another go!

Then have a go at the activity – wow lots of thinking about numbers today!



2. The Daily Five – Literacy


TODAY'S Phonics:   Weekly Spelling Test

All Groups:  Ask your parents/carers to give you a spelling test on the words you have been practising this week.


Pine and Maple Group:  these are the ‘ay’ and ‘ou’ word lists.

Then for the ones you haven’t quite got right practice 3 times each.  Well Done! You have worked hard.


3. The Daily Five - Exercise and Outside Time


 One more episode of Yoga Kids:


4.  The Daily Five – Project


V.E. Day is getting closer and we need to get ready for tomorrow.

Attached are three activities:

  • First colour in the U.K flag
  • Secondly complete the V.E. Day wordsearch
  • Finally colour in V.E. day picture (which you might like to put up at a window of your house).



5. The Daily Five - Reading and Reading Comprehension


Please could you watch the Manfish video all the way through again and today you are going to write a book review:


You are great a writing them because we do them in our Guided reading books.  Here are a few tips to help your write it:

A good book review...

  • gives the name of the book and of its author
  • says what the book is basically about
  • talks about some of the different things that are really good about

    the book

  • may explain something that is not quite so good about the book
  • suggests the kind of people who would really love the book
  • gives the book a rating: 

I look forward to reading your Book Reviews (to try to use joined up handwriting).