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Imagine, Believe, Succeed

Monday 27th April

Good morning Ahlberg class. I hope you had a good weekend, I saw some fantastic pictures of your maths, writing and some lovely monsters from last week’s Art lesson. Let’s start this week off by dancing …


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 or 12:30pm

Set 2 sounds at 10:00am or 1:00pm

Set 3 sounds at 10:30am or 1:30pm

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 and some poems that your child can learn and perform.



I have attached a SPaG mat below for you to complete.

Here is a link to practise your spellings, we are on the last 2 bird boxes (purple and pink) today.


Today you are going to complete some work using your alphabetical knowledge.

Can you say the alphabet? Here is a new alphabet song to watch and join in with. Were you right?

Can you write the alphabet in order?

Try putting in the missing letters of this alphabet.

a  b  ___  d  e  f g  ___  i   j  k  ___  m  n  ___  ___ ___ r  s  t  ___  v  __   x  y  ___

Now can you write the alphabet using upper case letters? I will start you off.

A  B  C  D 

Today you are going to use this to help you make a bike dictionary. A dictionary is a book that has words in alphabetical order and tells you what each word means.

Look at the pictures of things to do with bikes. First put these words into alphabetical order. You can either cut the pictures out and stick them in the right order or draw your own pictures of the bike objects in the correct order.

When you have put the words into alphabetical order see if you can write next to each picture what the word means. You can use the internet to help you or ask a grownup.

You can do it like this:

                    Snake – A snake is a long, narrow reptile that has scales but no legs.

                    A spider is a small animal with eight legs and a body made up of two parts.       

                    Most spiders spin a web.



G/Y/R/O groups:

For our maths warm up let’s test those brains with our number bonds to 20:

Press the number that you need to add to the one at the top to make 20.

Your learning for this week is going to be fractions. We are going to learn about a half (½) and a quarter (¼).

To start off we are going to learn about ½ and find ½ of a shape. I have attached a powerpoint that goes over the learning then a worksheet to see if you can put your learning to the test. If you have any questions about the learning, just email me and I will do what I can to help. 

Remember to practise your times tables with Times Tables Rock Stars.


Blue group:

Let’s start off by counting to 20:

Your learning today is ordering events. I have attached a worksheet, I want you to look at the pictures, cut them out and place them in order, what do you do first? Next? Last?

Tell a grown up what order you have placed them in and remember to use your order words like first, next, then, after that and last.


Last week we learnt the difference between an object and the material it is made of e.g. the object is a chair and it is made of wood. The material is wood. There are lots of different materials: wood, metal, plastic, glass, stone and many more.

Today you are going to recognise these different materials in and around your house.

Click on the document to find out what you need to do.