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Wednesday 1st April 2020

Everyday tasks Day 8:




Maths task day 8:


Telling the time/ understanding language of the passing of time.

Use clocks around your home- digital ones on ipads or  cookers or analogue clocks on watches, or wall-clocks if you have one.


  • Write down all the days of the week on separate pieces of paper:-
    •   Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
    • Talk about things you might do on each day.
    •  See if you can put all the days in order
    • Maybe you can sing the ‘days of the week ‘song to you rmum or dad ( parents it’s to the tune of the Adams family):-

Days of the week ( clap clap)

Days of the weeek (clap clap)

There’s Sunday and there’s Monday

There’s Tueday and there’s Wednesday

There’s Thursday and there’s Friday

And then there’s Saturday

Days of the week ( clap clap)

Days of the week ( clap clap)


  • Understanding  the passage of time and then being able to tell the time, involves children learning and remembering  lots of vocabulary.  Please try to use the following  words  as often as possible [ and encourage your child to use them too]:-
    • Yesterday, today, tomorrow, before, now, after, next,
    • Year, month, week, day
    • Morning, mid-day, afternoon, evening, night, mid-night
    • Clock, hands, hour, minute, second, O’clock, half past, quarter past, quarter to
    • Days  of the week
    • Months of the year


English phonic/ writing task:

We are split into 2 groups for our phonics work.

  • If you are in Mrs Masters’ group [ BH SE LL HW RL LB]   then  please complete phonic sheet page 29 - say the sound, write the missing sounds, then read the word
  • If you are in Mrs Osborn’s group [ LL CC CT JT OH ZB], then please use phonic sheet page Unit 2 and again choose DIFFERENT 4 words and write 4 sentences using at least one each of your chosen words



 Use the sound cards in your pack

Find these sounds:- t b m b a, e, i, o, u -z and ll, ff, ss  zz and try to make as many words as possible e.g. b e ll    or   b u zz



Read your favourite book (from your book bag or one from home). 



 I hope many of you have been trying the popular Joe Wicks workout in the mornings!

 If so, well done, if not, then  lets try to make your own PE workout!

 Find a space on the floor and let’s do the following stretches:

  • Lay on your back and stretch your whole body out and then wriggle along the floor like a wiggly worm
  • Lay on your front and lift your head up off of the floor and hold for a count of 5 , then carefully put it down. Then lift your feet up ( with your legs held out straight), again hold it for a count of 5
  • Then hold both your head AND feet lifted up and hold for a count of 5
    • Stand up and jog on the spot for about 3 minutes- Perhaps you can  find a song you like and jog to that?
    • Sit on your bottom and lift your feet up, so that you balance only on your bottom! How long can you balance for?
    • Find some other ways to balance- perhaps put one leg on your sofa and one  or two hands on the floor? Invent some new ways, ready to teach Mrs Osborn when you are next in school!!