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Tuesday 20th July 2021

Good morning Metis class, I am absolutely gutted that we will not be able to spend our last week together in school. But do not worry in September I will be popping over to Pandora class to say goodbye properly. I hope you are making the most of this weather and spend as much time as possible outside once you have completed the work set.

 

Soundswrite:

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.

This week we are looking at the L sound. 

The L sound can be represented in lots of ways:

 

l        ll       el       al       le       il

Today I would like you to say the sounds and read these words. 

 

bubble

 

paddle 

 

table 

 

uncle 

 

What spelling of ‘L’ have they all got? 

 

In your books, say the sounds and write the words. Underline what spelling of ‘L’ they have. 

 

 

After, have a go at this speed read - how many words can you read in 30 seconds? Have a go three times and see if you beat your score each time. 

 

English:

In English we have been learning all about Meerkat mail and know the story off by heart  - see if you can remember it and retell it to an adult at home.

 

Today we are going to be like Sunny and write our own postcard. 

 

Take a look at some postcards below - what do they all have in common?

 

They all have:

A greeting (who they are writing the letter to)

An address (where the postcard is going)

A sign off (who has written the letter)

 

I would like you to write your own postcard to whoever you like (- it could be someone at school), about what you have done over the weekend - it was a hot one so I am sure you all have something to write about. Don’t forget to include a greeting, an address (make it up if you are not sure) and a sign off. 

 

You can draw this template in your books or print it out. Don’t forget to design a nice front of the postcard like in Meerkat Mail.

 

Handwriting:

Follow the link below to our handwriting scheme - Choose the animations for Continuous Cursive Letter - top e letter joins

https://teachhandwriting.co.uk/continuous-cursive-joins-choice-3.html

 

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

 

Maths:

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.

 

To begin our lesson all about estimating the duration of time, watch this video (ignore the ‘your turn bit at the end). https://vimeo.com/564566890

Estimating time

After watching the video, read through the following slides which will show you all about estimating time.  Have a go at estimating how long you think a maths lesson takes and how long it takes to sing a song? Write your answers in your book and check with a grown up. 

 

(Grown ups your child might need support reading the writing but during guided practice they should complete this as independently as possible.)

 

Let's learn how long things take:

 

Guided practice - have a go at writing in the missing answers to the sentences in your books.

 

Task: Copy the sentences (with the correct answers) into your books.

 

Reading:

Read a book from your book bag, or from home if you prefer. Can you tell your grown up how many full stops there were in your book?

 

Topic:

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)

 

 

What animals can you see in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JzxogyxL58g

 

Are these animals wild or pets?

 

These animals are wild and they live in a safari.

 

Task: In your books, draw a line down the middle of your page. On one side can you draw and label animals from the UK and on the other side can you draw and label animals from Africa. Like this:

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