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Imagine, Believe, Succeed


Good morning Troughton class!

I hope you are all well and ready for another day of learning! I am always so proud and impressed with your learning when I see your emails! Keep up the brilliant work. You are SUPER STARS! smiley


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. You should also watch the spelling video to match the sound which you are learning today.
It's really important to keep practising your sounds. 

Here's the link:


You must be becoming really familiar with the 'Pets in our home' text now. Have you learnt anything you didn't already know?

For your reading learning today you will be using the text to fill in the gap. Again, you have to use your Ninja eyes to locate the sentence with the gap in the text, so you can accurately select the correct answer.

Today's song is 'Don't Read Like a Robot'

Maths: Red, Orange, Yellow and Green groups

Today you are going to divide by 10. This means sharing an amount into groups of 10. Watch this video to remind yourself of how to count in multiples of 10.

You can watch it more than once if you still find counting in 10s a little tricky, but I know you are quite confident counting in 10s!

If we had the question 60 ÷ 10 we could count in 10s until we reach 60 to see how many 10s make 60:

10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 6

I counted 6 multiples of 10 before I reached 60 so 60 ÷ 10 =6


Watch the video below to learn more about how to divide by 10.


Again today, you will be making some groups of 10 to help you solve some of the problems. You also have some arrays to look at to help you. Count how many are in each row and column so you can use this to help you solve the problems!

You have to complete a fact family too. Remember that when you write a division fact there are always 2 divisions and 2 multiplications in the fact family.

See this example:


4 X 10 = 40

10 X 4 = 40

40 ÷ 10 = 4

40 ÷ 4 = 10

Maths: Blue group

Today we are going to be learning about 2D shapes. Unlike 3D shapes, 2D shapes are flat.

Here are some 2D shapes:

Can you see any around you now?

Watch this video to hear and see shapes in a song!

Now watch this clip to learn more about 2D shapes:

Today you are going to name the 2D shapes and show that you have learnt the different names of the shapes.


Now we know a little bit about the story from the blurb and the front cover we will watch the story.

I hope you enjoyed the story? Did you notice that there are lots of rhyming words in the story!


Today and tomorrow, we are going to spend time looking at the robbers!

We are going to collect information today so that tomorrow we can make a wanted poster for one of the robbers.

First, I would like you to choose one of the robbers from the gang. It might be the worst robber Grabber Dan or one of the other robbers. It might be Grandma Swagg who got away from the police.

Red, Orange, Yellow and Green groups - I would like you to complete the fact file about the robber. You do not need to write sentences; you are just collecting information ready to write your wanted poster tomorrow. Think about the best adjectives to describe them. Remember an adjective is a describing word.

I have included the link if you need to remind yourself about adjectives.


Blue group – I would like you to think of an adjective to label the picture of the robber.


Remember to keep your fact files safe as you will need them tomorrow to make your posters.


We are going to look at patterns over the next couple of art lessons.

Patterns are all around us. Look at the different patterns on the power point. Some you might find in nature and some are man-made patterns. Look at the shapes and the colours.

Look around you, can you see any patterns?

In school, we have explored different lines in art. Can you remember the different types of lines?

We have looked at wavy lines, vertical lines, horizontal lines and cross hatch lines.

This might come in useful for today’s art.

I would like you to watch a video that shows you how to fill a hand outline with different patterns. Look at the different lines he has drawn. Can you see vertical line, horizontal lines, wavy lines and zigzag lines? You might be able to use some of them on your hand pattern.

You can use crayons, felt pens, chalk or anything else you think would make a good hand pattern picture. Make sure each pattern you draw is clear.

I can’t wait to see them.