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Wednesday 10th February 2021

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 any way 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.

Watch our Soundswrite lesson below:

Wednesday 10th Feb


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.



Today we are going to be changing the middle part of the story to make it our own. Reread what you had written yesterday so you remember who your character is and where they work.


When ___ arrived to the _______ he/she ____________________________________, ________________ and ate some ______ before starting work. 


First _____ had to _________________. Next he/she met his ____________friends for a delicious picnic. After that, _____ had to ______________________and give them a _________________. 


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


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.


Can you still? 

Write your numbers 1 to 30 in your home learning books.


Complete yesterday’s quiz if you haven’t already - remember Miss Broadhead checks this to see how we are doing with our learning:

For today’s lesson you will need paper clips - if you don’t have paper clips find something else in your house that is small that you have lots of to help you measure. This could be lego pieces, food, sweets, cubes.


Read through the following slides and complete the activities. In your home learning book write the answers for the worksheet:

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


Read pages 11 and 12 of our book ‘The Moon’ and answer the questions below- this can be done verbally.

What word do we use to describe how the moon spins around the Earth? (hint, it begins with o).


What does the moon affect on Earth?


How many sides of the moon do we seen from Earth?



Today is the last day of our Geography learning. So today we are going to write our essay about all our learning just like we did with our History learning


Use this essay plan to help you structure your essay. (For grown ups - answer the question on the left hand side and use the words on the right to help structure the sentence. )



Take a look at Miss Broadhead’s example below to help you:


What does the Earth look like from space?

From the moon you can see the Earth which is a sphere shape. On the Earth we can see oceans and land. The north pole is at the top of the Earth and the south pole is at the bottom. Around the middle there is an imaginary line called the equator. There are 5 oceans they are called Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern and Arctic Ocean. The UK is made up of 4 countries. They are England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. I live in Trowbridge.



Listen to the story below:

The Monkey with a Bright Blue Bottom - read by Steve Smallman