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# Friday

Mrs Crisp's Assembly

Maths

Starter:

For both of these games, select either level 1 or 2 and play through the level.
Today's Activity

After that last couple of weeks looking at addition and subtraction number sentences, I want you to make as many addition and subtraction number sentences using the numbers below.

You may want to write these numbers out on card or paper to help your child with their number sentences.

You have to make the number sentence only using the numbers above including the answer.

Here is my example:

9 - 2 = 7

I used the 2, 9 and 7 number cards to make a subtraction number sentence.

How many addition and subtraction number sentences can you make?

Plenary

Phonics

Review/Revisit:

Go to Phonics Play

Select phase 3 and revise your phase 3 sounds using the 'flashcards time challenge'.

Note down your time and have a second go and see if you can beat your own time.

Teach:

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Practise:

Have a go at the sheet below, you should find it in your home learning pack.

Apply:

Have a go at reading the following sentences

Can a stone explode?

If you are at home alone and you find a bone, will you get on the phone?

Will you see a queen on a throne or on an envelope?

English
Learning Chunk 1

Learning Chunk 2

Learning Chunk 3

## Learning chunk 3 ‐ (12.02.21)

Art

Now that you have finished The Marvellous Fluffy Squishy Itty Bitty, I would like you to design your own imaginary creature. I want you think about what your creature looks like and what it might do. Label the features of your creature and don't forget to name it.

Last day of the half term!

A big thank you to all the adults that have helped the children with their learning at home. It has been wonderful to see all the home learning and we have appreciated everything you have sent us.

Enjoy your half term!

Miss Yeomans, Mrs Claridge, Mrs Bakewell and Mrs Picken

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