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Wednesday, 1st July

Hi Everybody!

Here are your activities for today …

Phonics

Daily recap of ‘phonics flashcards speed trial’ and ‘tricky word trucks’ on the Phonics Play website.

Can you remember the rules for adding -ing and -ed to verbs that end in a y.

Complete the attached worksheet where you must add -ing / -ed to the verbs to complete the sentences.

 

English

For the rest of the week we will be focusing on poetry in English. You will be looking at shape poems. Please go through the attached PowerPoint which will explain to you what a shape poem is. The final slides explain your activity for today. You will be writing your own shape poem based on ideas that I will provide for you. Your shape poem will be about an ice cream. Please see the slide containing adjectives and phrases to describe an ice cream. Try to add some of your own ideas. Then using either the ice cream outline provided or your own drawing of an ice cream, write sentences to describe the ice cream. Remember to use the adjectives and phrases you have just worked on to help you. You have just written your own shape poem!

If you are in school tomorrow you could take your work to show to your teacher.

 

Maths

Warm-up =

Recall number bonds to 20.

Problem of the day.

Main Activity

Today is the last day of looking at division before we move onto a new topic tomorrow.

Your activity for today provides you with more opportunity to apply your equal sharing skills. Please go through the PowerPoint and answer the questions. This will give you an idea of the type of questions you will get on your worksheet. Then complete the attached worksheets. With a lot of the questions it would be helpful to use small objects to help you find the answer practically.

Remember these worksheets go in order from least to most challenging. There is no expectation for you to complete all of the questions. Please just complete the questions that you feel match your level of understanding.

 

Have a lovely day.

Miss C, Mrs P and Mrs C.

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