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Friday 8th January 2021

Friday 8th January 2021


Good morning Metis class, remember to sign in the register and don't forget to send me pictures to so I can see how you've been getting on with your work, and of course if you have any questions please send them on there so I can help you.



Enjoy this brand new GoNoodle I have found!

Why not try it a few times and maybe even make your own dance moves up! Don't forget to send me a video on



This is our last day practicing the ai sound. Can you say the sounds and blend them together to create a word? Show off to your grown ups:


Can you say the sounds and read the words in this book. 


There were lots of ai words in that book - can you write a list of all the ai words you can find. Write this list in your home learning journey. 


Challenge: Why did Pip have to get the mail to his friends?

What was in the letters?

How do you think Pip felt when he could not get the letters to his friends?



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. Choose a line of spellings (5 spellings) and write them in your books.



Yesterday we looked at a poem where someone was saying all the things they would do if they had wings. We wrote one sentence yesterday about what we would do if we had wings, today we are going to write a whole poem!


I want you to close your eyes as we are going to do some imagining today. Imagine that you had wings and you could fly high and to wherever you wanted. 

What would you touch?

What would you taste?

What would you hear?

What would you smell?

What would you see?

And what would you dream that you could do?


All of those answers will help you now to write a poem! This first part of the sentence has been done for you 'If I had wings I would touch .. ' you need to fill in the rest. Remember to use exciting adjectives that we have learnt about before. For example:


'If I had wings I would touch the soft, fluffy cloud.'

Watch this video for a recap on adjectives to help you:


Please copy this into your home learning journey.



Follow the link below to our handwriting scheme - Choose the animation for the letter j


Practice with your finger the letter formation. Then write the letter as many times as you can fit across a line in your book. 



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 1-20 in your book.


Have a listen to our favourite maths song- impress your grown ups with how well you know your number bonds to 10!


Today we are going to be working on addition and subtraction to create number sentences. 

Let's start off by adding the donuts.

Now let's sort the different fishes into the part whole diagram and ten frame. Remember the top circle is where the whole goes (all of the fish), the bottom circles are for the orange fish and blue fish.



Now let's use what we already know to first sort the cakes into the ten frame and part-part whole diagram.


Then create 2 addition sentences and 2 subtraction sentences.

If you need some reminding - watch this video to help:


Challenge: Can you draw a picture of two different objects and write 2 addition and 2 subtraction number sentences to go with the picture?



Read a book from your book bag, or from home if you prefer. How many capital letters can you find in your book? Are they all at the beginning of a sentence?



On Monday we will be starting our new topic - please read the Knowledge Organiser with a grown up and write down any questions you have - please email me these questions as I will be creating a list of everyone's questions that we can hopefully answer at the end of the topic.



As it is Friday we normally do music at school. Because we have already been learning about Little Red Ridding hood in English last term I have found some exciting music lessons that tell the story of LRRH.

Follow the link below and have a go at learning to song 'I love red'. See if you can identify the long and short notes when you sing the different ‘reds’ in the chorus and try to spot the jumpy, fast rhythms of the words in the verses.



Please get a grown up to send pictures of you completing your home learning to our email address :  so I can see all of your hard work! Miss Broadhead and Mrs Barrett will miss you lots but we look forward to seeing how far you have come with your learning when we get back. Keep going Metis class we have got this!