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Thursday 4th February 2021

Next week we will be creating rockets out of recycled materials- please save old bottles/boxes/toilet roll tubes ect ready for next week!


Good morning Metis class!


Don't forget to sign in at the register.


Don't forget to send photos/videos/messages to the class email so I can see how you are getting on with work and help in anyway I can.



As with every lesson, let's start by recapping all the sounds we have learnt - please say the sounds along with the video as you normally would at school.

Sound cards

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

Say the sounds and read the story below. Once you have read the story write a list of the ow and ou words you have found. Choose 2 words and write them in a sentence.


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.



Recap retelling the beginning and middle of the story below - don’t forget your actions that you added yesterday.


Once upon a time there was an amazing man called Bob who worked on the moon. 


Early one morning Bob whizzed off to work in his shiny rocket. When he arrived to the launch-pad he changed into his special man on the moon suit, read a newspaper and ate some toffees before starting work. 


First Bob had to clean the moon. Next he met his astronaut friends for a delicious picnic. After that, Bob had to entertain the tourists and give them a tour of the moon. 


Today we will be learning the final part of the story. Retell the final part below in a quiet voice and then again in a LOUD VOICE.


Finally, Bob checked that everyone had left the moon and headed back home in his shiny rocket. Luckily, there aren’t any aliens where Bob works. 


Fortunately, Bob got home in time for a long bath, mug of coco and a bedtime story.


Today I would like you to act out the final part AND think of some actions to help you remember it. Get a grown up to read out the final part whilst you act it out - remember to show expression on your face when you are checking that everyone has left the moon and when you are relaxing in the bath.



Follow the link below to our handwriting scheme  - This week we will be look at CAPITAL LETTERS. Please choose the animation for letters L and M.


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 to 20 in your home learning books.


DON’T FORGET to complete yesterday’s task/quiz if you haven’t already:


Recap Monday’s 3D shape song here:


Recap Tuesday’s 2D shape song here:


Work through the slides below and write the answers for the worksheet in your home learning book. 

Challenge: Can you spot any 2D shapes in your house? You might have a clock that has a circle face or a book that has a rectangle page. See what you can find.


Read the next two pages in our book all about 'The Moon' and answer the questions below - this can be done verbally.

How long does it take for the Moon to spin around the Earth? 

What do we call people who look at the Moon and stars?

What helps them to see things that are a long way away?


Work through the slides like we would do at school. (For Grown ups- Everybody reads is the page where your child should read as much of it as they can, Discussion - have a go at answering the question and discuss different answers, Task- The activity that I would like to be completed by the children)

Five Oceans Song

Watch this song to learn about the 5 Oceans.

Listen to the ocean song again. Can you point to the oceans as you do this? 

Which ocean is the smallest?

Which ocean is the largest?


Task: Look at this picture below, can you point to the oceans and name them?

Task: To Label a world map with all 5 oceans.


Click the link below to download a blank world map and label the oceans - if you don't have a printer at home just write a list of the 5 oceans in your home learning book.

Challenge: Can you identify where the 5 oceans are on this unlabeled map?