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Thursday 7th January 2021

Rise and shine,


Day 2 here we go!


Before you start your work today, make sure you have signed the morning register by clicking here.


Please complete all work in your home learning journal and remember that perfect presentation!


Get your Home Learning Journal ready by writing today's long date and underlining it using a ruler.  Don't forget to write the learning title, like Maths, to separate your learning tasks!


Let's start the day with some brain exercise - How many challenges can you complete today? 


Let's start off with some movement.

So here's one of my favourite kids group. Time to get dancing this morning or use it as a brain break.
Shake It Off with The KIDZ BOP Kids - Part 1



Mental Maths

Start with your 2x tables booklet. Ask an adult to set a timer for 2min. Try and do as many as you can. Keep your score as I will be asking for them tomorrow so I can update the score sheet. I know you can do it. 4o club all round!


Fluent in 5

Time yourself for 5 minutes - Can you solve the 4 mixed number calculations? Show your workings in your Home Learning Journal.


On your marks, get set and go!


Today's maths learning is as follows:

WALT: Adding two 3-digit numbers (without renaming)


Today we are going to be adding without renaming

Use the link below to complete your quiz.


Click on the play button to start the video.

If your teacher asks you to pause the video and look at the worksheet you should:

  • Click "Close Video"
  • Click "Next" to view the activity

Your video will re-appear on the next page, and will stay paused in the right place.

Click here to complete the worksheet:

Maths worksheet


Write a new title in your Home Learning Journal to separate your learning tasks.

Words with the /i/ spelling











Write each word down three times and write a sentence for each word. Ask someone if your house to help you test the spelling.



Write a new title in your Home Learning Journal to separate your learning tasks.


WALT: creating a list using bullet points


List poems 
Now we have had some fun making a list yesterday, I’d like to introduce you to the Japanese poet Sei Shonagon. She wrote list poems. Lists are a great way to write as you can have a long list or a short list.  Sei wrote hundreds of lists about shiny things, soft things, hard things, worries, things that make her annoyed, sad things, things that worried her and so on.  


Now it's your turn.... I would like you to make lists of secret, special and delicate things.


Here is a list of twelve things.  Sort them into two groups – delicate and strong.

leaf skeleton    lace    butterfly wing   spider’s leg    eyeball    fishing line      bubble    snowflake      dried seaweed    cat’s tail snake skin      cloud    rainbow    electricity       elastic band 

Delicate things are frail, fragile and easily broken. What would be your list of delicate things?

Listing ideas and words is often a good way to start writing.

Look around your house and gather lots of items or ideas very rapidly. I will give you 5 min.


5 Minute Timer BOMB 💣 With Giant Bomb Explosion

You won’t use all the ideas when you write. Jot down in your home learning journal, the names of the items in a list form using bullet points like this:

  • glass
  • my iPad 



Do this at the back of your book as we always do. Take your time and do one line of each word.



Write a new title in your Home Learning Journal to separate your learning tasks.


Read through this fact file about Humpback whales and answer the questions in your home learning book. Please write down the question and the answer.



Write a new title in your Home Learning Journal to separate your learning tasks.


Next week we will start our new topic - Frozen Lands. Look at your Knowledge Organiser in your home learning pack and write down any questions you might have. Can you create a brainstorm of all the things you already know about the Arctic and Antarctic. Here is an example of what  should look like.

Please ask a grown-up to send any questions or pictures of your work to