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# Thursday

## Good morning Troughton Class!

I hope you enjoyed your learning yesterday and are ready for today's learning!
Remember to send me some pictures of your work or to ask your grown-up to tell me how you are getting on.
Have a super Thursday!
Miss Fawkes

## Phonics

Miss Sharpe's group - Just like yesterday I would like to join in with the live phonics lesson streaming on youtube at 9:30am (remember if you miss it - don't worry! It will be on the youtube channel for 24hrs)
You are learning set 3 sounds so make sure this is the one that you watch.
It's really important to keep practising your sounds.

Here's the link:

https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLDe74j1F52zRJc5SKIq2QA85oScvky-PP

## Reading

Miss Fawkes' group - today you will read a story about a family who go on a camping trip and answer questions about it.
Have you ever been camping? Did you enjoy it? If you haven't been camping would you like to? Why?

After you have carefully read the text through a few times, use your ninja eyes to locate the part the question is asking you about.

## Maths: Red, Orange, Yellow & Green groups

Yesterday you learnt how to recognise equal groups, today, you are going to make equal groups.

Remember when groups are equal it means each group has the same amount.

To make equal groups the whole amount must be shared equally into the different groups.
Watch the video below to learn more about how to make equal groups.

For your first 3 questions you need to look at the representation (the picture) and match it to what it is showing (how many equal groups and of how many) then you need to match it to the total amount.

The next set of questions are asking you to make and show equal groups. You could use some things you have at home to help you do this (pasta pieces/coins/toys/lego). Share the whole into the amount of equal groups in the number sentence. Only half of the groups have been drawn out for you as I’d like you to have a go at drawing the correct amount of groups.

Remember if you don’t have any way to print out you could use some things at home to make your own equal groups and tell your grown-ups what groups you have made.

Yesterday you learnt how to recognise equal groups, today, you are going to make equal groups.

Remember when groups are equal it means each group has the same amount.

To make equal groups the whole amount must be shared equally into the different groups.
Watch the video below to learn more about how to make equal groups.

On your worksheet below, see these tips to help you answer the questions.
For your first 3 questions you need to look at the representation (the picture) and match it to what it is showing (how many equal groups and of how many) then you need to match it to the total amount.

The next set of questions are asking you to make and show equal groups. You could use some things you have at home to help you do this (pasta pieces/coins/toys/lego). Share the whole into the amount of equal groups in the number sentence. Only half of the groups have been drawn out for you as I’d like you to have a go at drawing the correct amount of groups.

Remember if you don’t have any way to print out you could use some things at home to make your own equal groups and tell your grown-ups what groups you have made.

## Maths: Blue group

Today you are going to learn how to count in multiples of 5.

Watch this video below and join in to help you learn which numbers are multiples of 5!

Fill in the missing multiples of 5.
When counting in 5s you need to make 5 jumps between each number. Use the hundred square below as an example and to help you with your learning.

## Writing

Yesterday we read the fairy tale The story of The Princess & the Pea. Can you remember what happened?

Today you are going to think about the events that happened in the story ready to write your own story tomorrow.

Watch the video again to remind yourself about what happened at the start, middle and end of the story.

Red group

Look at the pictures on the sheet carefully and tell a grown up what is happening in each picture. Cut out the pictures and put them in the correct order. Read the sentences and match the sentences to the correct picture.

If you cannot print the worksheet out then read the sentences to a grown up and find the matching picture.

Orange, Yellow and Green groups

I have started writing sentences about the events from the story but they are not finished. Can you finish them for me? The red word is a conjunction. It is used to join two short sentences together to make a longer sentence.

Blue group

Today you are going to start to write the story of The Princess and the Pea.

You are going to write who, what doing, what sentences.

Use the pictures to help you write sentences about what is happening in each picture. Don’t forget to put the little words in your sentence so it makes sense.

## R.E

Christianity - The story of Zacchaeus

This term we are learning about Christianity in our RE sessions. A huge part of Christianity is the Bible. In the Bible there are lots of stories. Today we are learning about the story of Zacchaeus. He was a tax collector.

Everyone that works pays taxes to the government or the people that run the city and country you live in.  In some countries taxes help pay for doctor visits or to make or fix roads, pay for parks, or help those who can't work. The problem is that the tax collectors in this story didn’t always spend the tax properly or they took some of the money for themselves (which is stealing).

Zacchaeus lived a long time ago in a place called Jericho. Jesus had just arrived in this town. The word was spreading about this man named Jesus and the amazing things he was doing and saying.  So it was common when Jesus came to a place people would rush to see him.

Today I want you to watch the story of Zacchaeus.

Now I would like you to click on the worksheet below and fill in the thought bubbles for the different people in the story.

When you finish, there is a wordsearch for you to complete.
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