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Thursday 2nd April 2020





We have been:

  •  Understanding the time on an analogue clock – focusing on oclock times and half past
  • Today we will:
  • be able to sequence events in order of time
  • Use the terms 'next,' 'before' and 'after' to describe the order of events

Now is what is happening at this moment. At this moment you are reading this.

Next is what will happen after this moment. Next you will read the next line.

Before is what you did before this moment. Before you sat down to learn you were doing something else.

After is something you will do when you have done the next thing


It’s like a line:





In your books please  write the short date: 02/04/2020 and then answer the following questions:

What time did Ravi go to sleep?

Ravi went to sleep at______

What time did Ravi play with his toys?

Ravi played with his toys at _____

What time did Ravi have a bath?

Ravi had a bath at _______

What time did Ravi do his homework?

Ravi did his homework at _________




Look in your pack.

There is a page with the number 9 on it.

Please answer all the questions

These questions will help your spellings

Please write the long date in your book: Thursday 2nd April 2020

Please stick your phonics work in your book under the long date.



English writing task


  • I can plan a story in the form of a comic strip
  • I can create a short comic strip using my character
  • I can use words and pictures to make a story


Write the long date in your book: Thursday 2nd April 2020

If you have a ruler, draw a rectangle using the ruler

 (if not draw it out carefully)

In the rectangle draw a line across (near the bottom of the rectangle) and two lines that are vertical so that it looks like this:















Think about your story.


Start with your character in the setting

What is going to happen?

What happens at the end?

Here is an example:

Calvin makes Hobbes jump, Hobbes is grumpy



Here is another example:

Garfield is tricked by a fish!


Comics don’t have to be funny they can just be about something happening:


Look at the above comic strip:


What four things are the same in each picture?

Four things that are in all the pictures are_____________


What two colours are on Garfield’s towel?

The two colours on Garfield’s towel are_______________


How do you feel Garfield feels?

Garfield feels ___________________


Now create your own comic strip – in three pictures with words, tell a story



Today is a celebration…it is International Children's Book Day

It is celebrated on the 2nd of April which would have been Hans Christian Anderson’s birthday if he was still alive.


  • Hans Christian Anderson was a writer. What is another word for a writer?
  • Another word for a writer is________
  • Did Hans Christian Anderson have lots of money when he was growing up?
  • Hans Christian Anderson _________________
  • Who was a good friend to Hans Christian Anderson’s?
  • A good friend to Hans Christian Anderson was____________
  • Where was Hans Christian Anderson’s born and where did he live?
  • Hans Christian Anderson was born and lived in ___________





  • I can identify a  Hans Christian Anderson story


A famous story that Hans Christain Anderson wrote (one of many)

Was Thumbelina.

This was a story about a girl who was no bigger than your thumb.

Tomorrow we will look at the story but today we need some puppets. Cut out or draw the main characters in the story:




There are a lot of characters! ….try to do at least five.

  Nature Watch


  • I can continue to identify garden birds. Today I will look for a sparrow
  • I can tell the difference between a frog and a toad








Look at the following descriptions:


In your book draw two columns.

Draw a frog in one and a toad in another.

Write some facts about them both which make them different from each other.

Write some facts which make them similar to each other
















Well done you have worked really hard J