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Friday 22nd

Amazing Home learning.

Super Home and Class Learning. You are so clever!


 Enjoy your daily Bollywood wiggling. 

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 Today we are continuing to know and write  numbers to 20


There is an excellent BBC bitesize lesson, which has lots of great clips and activities for your son, which will carry on the work we did earlier in the week

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Please click on the  link and  continue  to use these Tunnel letters:- h b p 

Do  a line of each on your Home Learning book.




Today we will be playing our SOUND SWAP game

  •  Please write  these letters ONE EACH on a small piece of paper or a post-it if you have any, or a piece of card from your recycling box. 


             s    b   l   t       

  • Now write these letters  e   n    d  ALL on the SAME  piece of paper/ card/ post-it
  • Let's put the sounds together and see how many words we can make:-
    • e.g.   s +   e n d  = send
    •          be n d = bend 
    •  Write the words in your Home Learning book



In you Home Learning  book please copy this:-


   From far away she thought she heard her mother calling...


Now listen to Alexis Deacon the Author  read his story and  then show me by drawing or writing, what he heard. Was it Beegu's mother?


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Today  we will finish off our work about the world's greatest living explorer Sir  Ranulph Fiennes.


 Use your explorer notepad ( or a piece of paper, or just write in your Home learning  book) and draw a picture to show me what you know about Ranulph Fiennes. Maybe you can draw the mountains he climbed, or the deserts he ran in, or the sleigh he pulled in the North pole? Remember to have a look on his webpage to help remember where he went on all his expeditions.