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Friday 5th March 2021

Good morning Metis class,

Today it the last day of home learning!!!! I am SO EXCITED to see all of your faces on Monday 8th March. Please don't worry about coming back to school, all of your friends who are already in are so looking forward to seeing you- we have been counting down the days!


Don't forget to sign in the register each time you go to do your learning.


Take a look at our final celebration of home learning video below:


As with every Soundswrite lesson let's start by saying the sounds below. This is really important to do as it reminds you of all the sounds you have learnt in Luna class and in Metis class.

Sound cards

For remote learning -Say the sounds with me like we do every morning in class.

For today's lesson I would like you to say the sounds and read the whole story 'The loot'. Are you even more fluent at the beginning part compared to Wednesday and Thursday?

After you have read the story can you make a list of all the 'oo, u_e, ue, ew' words you have found. 

Challenge: Did you find any words in the story that have an 'oo' sound that we haven't learnt?


Today we are going to be looking at commas. Can you remember what a comma looks like? Have a look at our instructions and see if you can find any commas.


Where were the commas?

Commas are used after the time adverbials and they are also used in the equipment section.


Today we are going to be focusing on the equipment section:

The commas are used here to separate items in a list. We use commas to separate all the objects except for the last object where we use 'and.

Click on this link and watch the two videos to learn some more about commas in lists:,%2C%20sugar%20and%20orange%20juice.%22


Task: Can you write a list of instructions you would need to make a toy car? What would we need? We would definitely need some cardboard to make the body and some wheels. What else? Don't forget to use commas in your list. Use this plan below to help you.


You will need:

strong cardboard,









In your packs you will find a sheet with lots of spellings on. Please can you read as many spellings out loud as you can.


Today I would like you to practice these spellings:


like     said      come



Follow the link below to our handwriting scheme  - This week we will be look at our lower case cursive letters. By now we should all be forming our lowercase letters correctly and should be able to write the whole alphabet from a-z. Have a go at writing the lowercase alphabet in your books.


If you still need a bit of help with some letters- take a look below:


Go onto numbots for 15 minutes.

Practice counting in 1’s to 100.

Practice counting in 10’s to 100.

Practice counting in 5’s to 100.

Practice counting in 2’s to 30.

Write your numbers 1 to 20 in your home learning books.


Can you still?


Today is the last lesson on money before we come back to school. Please make sure you have learnt as much as you can about coins and notes as when you come back to school our role play area is a toy shop with pretend money and toys to buy.


Work through the journal - write your answer in your book.

Worksheet and challenge below.




This is the last virtual PE lesson as we will be back at school next week!!! How exciting.

Warm Up (5 minutes): Musical statues!
· Make sure you’re in an area big enough to move and dance around!
· Play some music. Can be out of your phone, speaker, laptop anything you can find.
· Ask your child/children to move and dance around the area in anyway they like. As soon as you pause the music or it stops you have to FREEZE!
· Play different types of music to keep it fun!
· If the music is faster then move faster, if the music is slower then move slower to keep it challenging yet fun.

Take a look at our lesson today below which is all about travelling and balance.

Year 1 and 2 Home P.E Session 8: Travelling and Balance

This video is about Year 1 and 2 Home P.E Session 8: Travelling and Balance


Today is the last lesson of our Little Red ridding hood songs. Part 7- The big bad wolf has gone. This is a very happy song so sing it with lots of energy!