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Friday 3rd July

Morning Ahlberg class, I have been enjoying seeing a family of foxes playing on our adventure playground at school every morning. So I thought this song would be a bit of fun, are you ready? What does the fox say??  


For today’s learning we have…



Remember to practise your sounds daily. RWI will be holding daily virtual lessons for children to practise their sounds:

Set 1 sounds at 9:30am

Set 2 sounds at 10:00am

Set 3 sounds at 10:30am

They have updated these lessons to include word time for set 1 speed sounds and spelling for set 2 and 3.

There is also “Storytime with Nick” three times a week (Mon, Wed & Fri at 2pm) and some poems that your child can learn and perform.



Today is our spelling day, we’re going to concentrate on our common exception words with this fun activity mat. See if you can complete it independently this week.


Today I would like you to write instructions to tell someone how to make a shadow puppet.

Instructions are written in a special way. Have a look at the example.

Look carefully to find:

  • a title
  • what you need heading
  • what to do title heading
  • each instruction numbered
  • use adverbs of time (first, next, then, after that, finally)
  • bossy verbs (doing words) put, mix, stir, stand, sit, cut
  • instructions in correct order


You are going to watch a video about how to make a shadow puppet. Watch and listen carefully to find out how to make the shadow puppet.

Now you are going to write your own instructions to make the shadow puppet. On the attached sheet, there are pictures to show each step of making the shadow puppet. I would like you to write an instruction next to each picture.


When you have finished you might want to make your very own shadow puppet.

You may even put on your own shadow puppet show! I would love to see pictures of your puppet or even a short video of your puppet show! I hope you all have fun with it!


This morning we have a maths warm up to get our brains working, try to complete this independently.

G/Y/R/O groups:

This week we have been learning about analogue time. Today we are going to learn about digital time.

Not all clocks have round faces, sometimes they have numbers instead.

O’clock is written 00

Half past is written 30 (because it’s 30 minutes in to the hour)

We write 3 o’clock as 3:00

We write half past 3 as 3:30


Click on the worksheet to match the clocks to the times and then the clock to the digital time. This weekend ask what time it is when you wake up and when you have breakfast. See if you can tell the time yourself using o’clock and half past.


Here is a game for you to try:


Blue group:

Yesterday we learnt about the months of the year and we looked at why the colours were the same on some months, did you guess why they were? They were because they were colour coded in to seasons. There are 4 seasons, can you name them? What season are we in now? Look at the 4 pictures of each season. Today I want you to match the pictures to each season.


The internet is a wonderful place to use great apps, play fantastic games and even chat to friends and family, but we have to be careful. Today we are going to learn about all the fun ways we can use the internet and what to do if we see something we don’t like.

I want you to make a poster today about all the fun ways you can use the internet. What is your favourite thing to do on the internet? You can email me to let me know and show me your poster.



For PE this week we are going to be learning how to change direction safely and quickly when we are moving. For this you will need a big open space, a garden if you have one or maybe walk to the local park. You could move all your furniture and use your living room if it is raining outside. Today we are going to be using straight lines, turns, zig zags, curving corners and many more other ways of changing our direction. Click on the powerpoint below and join in with the different activities, have fun staying active!


Here is the link for Joe Wick’s PE sessions if you would like to challenge yourselves.