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Tuesday 19th



Please log on to our Bollywood link here to stretch and wiggle!


On Tuesdays we do P.E. so at home please  log in to the link below and try out any of the  P.E sessions.


 Today I would like you to find any numbers around your home. 

 They may be on tiens or packets of food. on clocks  or on your screens!

 Draw a pictures and  copy these numbers down in your book. 

 To day please use the  link below and practise these letters:- 

 Curves- g q e s 

 Please  do a line of each in your book.



Please click on the link below to listen to the story of BEEGU being read by the  author Alexis Deacon.

 Please now also read aloud the following words ( adults please  tell your son the words that are underlined) :-


Beegu was not supposed to be here.

 She was lost.

Please copy those sentences into your book to and read them again.

Today  I would like you to learn these words:-


                  was  to  all   are   is 


Remember these are tricky words

         e.g. in the word w a s , a sounds like o ( as in on) and  s sounds like z !

               in the word i s, s sounds like z too!

Please write each one on  a separate line in your book.

 Today we will carry on looking at explorers.

    I hope you enjoyed using your binoculars yesterday or on Friday.

  •  Today we will be  exploring. We will collect anything  we find interesting in our bag or container with lid, that is in your  explorer pack you put  together last Friday.
  •  I would like you to find some interesting things around your home, garden or in school.
    • odd- shaped fallen leaves, small pebbles or stones, twigs, or anything that is small and interesting
  • In school we will use magnifying glasses to look carefully at all the things, but at home why don't you try making  a pretend magnifying glass, using things from your recycling , such as cardboard and cut up old clear plastic pop bottle.

 Please send me pictures of your exploring - email  to me at :-