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# Friday

This week we have been reading the story of Esio Trot. Today we are going to look at a poem. It is called ‘Spider Webs’.

Open up Friday’s Reading Resources at the end of this section:

Read through the instructions - they will guide you through the activities you are going to do when you have read the poem carefully.

Writing:

Yesterday designed our own gadget to help us catch a tortoise, and we learned how to plan the instructions for using it!

Today we are going to write our instructions!

Go to the resources section at the end of this section and open up this document:

Writing - Friday 12.2.21- find the right activity for your group and just do this one.

## Writing Resources

Maths

G/Y/O and Red

Today I would like you to look at the work that I have set for you on Education City whilst also reminding you to access TimesTables Rockstars as often as possible.

https://www.educationcity.com/

Why not also have some Maths fun with BBC Super Movers!

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/times-table-collection/z4vv6v4

Blue

Following on from yesterday we are going to compare numbers within 50.

Once you have watched this video, complete your group's task. Remember you can always refer back to the video if you need to. When you have finished, get a different coloured pen and check your work with an adult using the answers provided.

Attached is a true or false question for you to look at and talk through your thoughts with an adult. Please remember you do not need to write down this answer to this unless you want to as it is just for discussion.

Geography

Today in Geography we will be looking at the Water Cycle. The water cycle is a physical process that happens on the surface of the Earth and in the Earth's atmosphere.

The water cycle describes the movement of water on the surface and in the atmosphere of the Earth. It is a continuous process that is made up of five steps. We will look at each step individually and then the task will be to label the stages of the cycle to complete a Water Cycle diagram.

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