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# Monday

Phonics

Miss Barnett’s group

You are going to need a pencil and some paper to practise your spellings.

Today’s sound is or (shut the door)

## Phonics set 2 - or sound

Today's sound is 'or - shut the door'.

Mrs Beech’s group

You are going to need a pencil and some paper to practise your spellings.

Today we are going to revise the sound ee (What can you see?)

## Phonics set 2 - ee sound

Miss Meakin’s group / Mrs Worrallo’s group

You are going to need a pencil and some paper to practise your spellings.

We are going to review our set 3 sounds.

Today’s sound is i-e (nice smile) Watch the video to find out about our sound.

## Phonics set 3 - i-e sound

Maths

Year 1 – today we are going to revise our number pairs which make 10.

Listen and see if you can join in with the song to find number pairs which total 10.

## I Can Say My Number Pairs 10 | Math Song for Kids | Number Bonds | Jack Hartmann

Now challenge your knowledge on your number bonds which make 10 and try the daily ten challenge.

Click on the Daily Ten play game icon.

Then click level 1 then addition and finally bonds to make 10. You can set yourself a time to answer each question.

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

When you have done that complete the worksheet.

Year 2 -Today we are going to look at place value.

For example, in ’25’, the first number (2) shows the number of tens, and the second number (5) shows the number of ones. So, there are two tens and five ones in the number 25.

Now have a go at the starter activity to warm your brains up.

In class we have been comparing 2-digit numbers using this knowledge to help us.

When we look at two numbers, we look at the number that has the most /or the least tens first.

If numbers have the same amount of tens then we look at the ones.

We use these symbols to help us compare numbers.

Now complete the worksheet then try the challenge.

Blue group –Today we are going to compare numbers and say which has more, which has less and which has the same. Watch the video first then complete the worksheet.

## Comparing Numbers Within 10

Literacy

Today we are going to be looking at sentences in grammar.

There are different types of sentences.

A sentence that starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop is a telling sentence. It is a statement.

The duck is in the pond.

A sentence that starts with a capital letter and ends with a question mark is an asking sentence. It is a question.

Where is the duck?

A sentence that starts with a capital letter and ends with an exclamation mark shows people are shouting, angry or surprised.

It is an exclamation.

Find the duck!

Y1 and Blue group - You are going to be looking at statements or telling sentences.

Y2 – You are going to be looking out for the different sentence types.

Science

This afternoon I would like you to complete this science lesson. While we have been at home, we have not been able to look at how our bean seeds have grown.

Click on the link to find out about what changes should have happened to a bean seed.