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Maths

Starter:

Have a go at the true or false question below.

Explain why you came to that answer.

 

Today's Activity

 

We are going to find the equivalent weight today.

Equivalent means equal to. 

You will need something to represent a block such as: building blocks, pasta, lego bricks or pebbles.

 

Draw a table like the one below and have a look for some small items to weigh and find the equivalent weight with your blocks.

 

Key: = 1 building block

 

Item weighed Equivalent weight (draw your blocks)

example:

pen

rubber  
pencil  
scissors  
ruler  
highlighter  
glue stick  

 

Plenary

Have a go at the worksheet below.

 

Phonics

Revisit/Review:

 

Log onto Phonics Play. Username- jan21 Password-home

Select Phase 4, then Buried Treasure, then select Phase 4 again, then CCV and CCVC set 1-7 including digraphs.

Teach:

Today we are going to be looking at some tricky words. We are going to be thinking about how to say the tricky word and what is tricky about that word.

 

On Phonics Play select Phase4, then Train Your Brain, then Choose Words, then select the following words individually to look at : little, one, do, what, when, out.

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/4/train-your-brain-ph4

Practise:

On Phonics Play select Phase 4, then Tricky Word Trucks then select Pick Individual Tricky Words and select the following words : little, one, do, when, what, out.

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/5/tricky-word-trucks

Apply

Now that you have had time to learn how to read and how to spell the tricky words. Pick 3 of the tricky words you have learnt today and write a sentence or question for each one. Here are my examples:

 

A little duck swam in the pond.

 

When will I play tag?

 

The dog was ordered out of the house.

English

Experience day

 

Today is our experience day, it is all about CJ meeting the passengers on the bus.

 

Go to the PowerPoint and have a look at the slides.

 

Enjoy!

 

Outdoor Learning

Today you are going to be learning about natural or manufactured materials. As you already know materials are what something is made out of. However, sometimes those materials can be found in the world around us like trees for wood or sometimes the material has to be made (manufactured) like plastic. Watch the video below to find out more:

SCIENCE: NATURAL AND MANUFACTURED MATERIALS

Now you know more about materials and whether they are manufactured or natural.

For this next activity, I would like you to go out to your garden (or to a park) and see how many objects you can find made out of manufactured and natural materials.

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