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Wednesday 22nd April

Good morning everyone! 

Today you have a picture of Miss Chorley and Sophie planting peas in their garden. Are you all enjoying the sunshine as well?

Also, I’ve been trying to keep myself busy so I decided to do some painting. Here is one of the pictures I created! Enjoy your daily 5 and have a wonderful Wednesday!

1. The Daily Five - Maths

Please click on the link and go to "WEEK 1 - Lesson 5 - Tenths as decimals". Watch the video and download the worksheet. I would like everyone to do up to question 6 (either print off the sheet or just write the answers on paper). If any of you want a challenge, you can continue to complete some of the further questions on the worksheet. You can then mark these yourselves using the answers that you can download.


Key learning points from the video:

1/10 = 0.1

2/10 = 0.2

3/10 = 0.3 etc.


10/10 = 1 whole = 1.0

11/10 = 1.1

12/10 = 1.2


20/10 = 2 wholes = 2.0




2. The Daily Five - Literacy

Have a read through this summary of the whole story of Fantastic Mr Fox. 

Write your own story about some animals and their enemies (doesn't have to be people). I have attached the link where this information is from. It is Day 3 on the week 3 literacy home learning from Hamilton Trust.



(Original website link is here if you can't access it through the link above )



 Read and learn the poem: Imagination.  Then write down all the words ending in –tion in your work book.  Look for it at the bottom of the page


3. The Daily Five - Outside Time

Complete an exercise video of your choice. 

Go outside and see what nature you can find. Then create your very own Mandala Picture using nature like these below.



4. The Daily Five - Project

Draw a picture for each war effort of someone completing the activity and label what they are doing.


5. The Daily Five - Reading

Complete your daily reading either using your own books from home, Big Cat Collin's ebooks, online audio books or Oxford Owl. Remember to log this onto your reading log.

Oak Group Phonics poem: Imagination