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Friday

I hope you have had a good week.

You have worked so hard this week. well done! 

I hope you all have a lovely weekend.

 

Phonics

Please watch today’s videos on RWI YouTube channel. They will show at 9.30am and will be available for 24 hours.

If you are in Miss Barnett’s group and Mrs Beech’s group you will need to watch the set 2 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos.

If you are in Miss Meakin’s group you will need to watch the set 3 speed sounds, word time and spelling videos. When you have completed this lesson, try the reading longer words lesson.

I have attached the link below. Just scroll down to find the videos you need.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?mc_cid=71ef745098&mc_eid=c9705b8c67

 

Year 2 Reading

Today we are using our text, Planting seeds for the final time to answer true and false questions and to find and copy information.

For today's reading lesson you can skim read through the text to remind you of the information. Make sure you look back at the text and read carefully to answer true and false questions. Skim the text to find the correct part to copy.

Maths

Year 1

Let’s get our brains warmed up by counting in our 5s.

It's a Count by 5 Fitness Fiesta | Count by 5 | Jack Hartmann

Our learning is all about comparing maths sentences. Do you remember your learning yesterday? Do you remember what <, > and = mean?

Today you need to draw a picture for the maths story and then you need to think of your own maths story that will be > (more than), < (less than) or = (equal to) it.

Year 2

Divide by 2

 

Today you are going to learn how to divide by 2.

When we divide by 2 we share an amount equally, between two groups.

Here’s some start questions for you to try.

 

If you divide 10 by 2 how many would be in each group?

True of false 6 divided by 2 is 2?

Can you divide 15 by 2?

 

Watch the video on the link below to help you learn how to divide by 2:

https://vimeo.com/498023851 

This link has been updated.

 

When completing your learning you will always have 2 groups as you are learning to divide by 2. You will be counting how many are in each group to work out what an amount divided by 2 is.
Or you may have to share an amount by 2 to solve what an amount divided by 2 is.

If you draw out an amount to help you and circle groups of 2, the amount of 2s it makes is how much the total divided by 2 is.

So if I had 6 and drew 6 dots and circled them in groups of 2 I would have 3 groups of 2 so I would know that 6 ÷ 2 is 3.

 

Blue group

We have learnt how to compare sets of objects and we have learnt how to use symbols to compare,

Today we are going to compare numbers.

Can you remember what these symbols mean?   >     <     =

We are going to use these symbols today to compare numbers.

We are also going to use a number track to help us compare today.

Watch the video by clicking this link to help you with your learning today then complete the worksheet.

 

https://vimeo.com/456849293

Spelling

Year 1 - Today we are going to look at our spelling families.

These special friends make the same sound but are spelt differently.

ow (blow the snow)

o-e (phone home)

oa (goat in a boat)

Look at these words, where does the sound come in each of these words?

blow, grow, coat, road, hope, stone

You are going to sort the words into the different ways of spelling this sound like we do in class. When you have finished choose 6 words and write a sentence for each.

Can you spell each of the words on the challenge activity?

See if a grown up can quiz you on spelling these words too! How many words can you spell correctly?

Year 2  

For our spelling learning this week I would like you to look carefully at these words. Say them out loud to a grown up. What do all these words have in common?

want     was     wander

 

These words all start with a “w”

They all have an “o” sound in them.

The “o” sound is spelt “a” after “w”.

 

Now look carefully at these words. Say them out loud to a grown up. What do all these words have in common?

quantity     quality     squabble

 

These words all start with a “qu”

They all have an “o” sound in them.

The “o” sound is spelt “a” after “qu”.

You are going to practise this spelling rule now.

Click on the link and go to the practise / test label then click begin practise.

https://spellingframe.co.uk/spelling-rule/97/20-The-sound-spelt-a-after-w-and-qu

 

Now click on the activity and the word search to carry on practising this spelling rule.

Blue group: Last week we practised spelling words with special friends sh.

Today we are going to spell words with ch and sh.

First watch the video and see if you can read words with special friends ch.

'ch' Words | Blending Phonics Phase 3

Now I would like you to look at your worksheet. You are going to spell words with sh and ch in.

You will need to use fred fingers to help you spell the words. Pinch the sound on each finger then write it down.

P.E

The Body Coach - Joe Wicks is putting up a P.E lesson each day on his YouTube channel. Can you complete the workout? Which part did you enjoy the most?

 

Here is the link to his YouTube P.E lesson playlist

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLyCLoPd4VxBuS4UeyHMccVAjpWaNbGomt 

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