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Remember to take a rest or sip of water if you need one.
If you know your 4 times tables, you also know your 8 times tables. Look at the number sentences below. What’s the same? What’s different? What do you notice?
- One thing that's the same is... because...
- One thing that's different is... because...
- I noticed that...
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We would like you to continue practising your phonics particularly if you are in Katie's or Madeline's literacy group.
Today, you will practise the phonemes ow, oi and ear. Carefully watch and listen to the video and follow the instructions.
If you are unsure of past and present tense, remind yourself by watching the video below.
- Look carefully at Sea Views (page 2).
- Which of these seas would you most like to watch? Why?
- Write a careful description of what you would see, smell and feel.
- Read Doing Nothing Much (page 3).
- Read and think about the Poetry Questions (page 4). Write some of your answers in clear sentences.
- Read Maggie and Millie and Molly and May (page 5). Then read Black Pebble (page 6).
- Answer the Seaside Poem Questions (page 7) to help you to understand the poems.
- Fill in the Compare Frame (page 8) to show what is similar about the two poems.
Try the Fun-Time Extras
Pick your favourite of the three poems:
- Can you make an illustration (drawing) for it?
- Can you learn all or some of it off-by-heart?
- Can you practise reading it aloud until you are really confident?
- Can you record and share your reading of the poem?
- Can you write your own poem about the sea?
Remember to also spend 30 minutes reading books and answering questions on Active Learn Primary. If you don't have access to a computer, remember, reading a magazine, a newspaper or a comic counts too!
Let’s take a moment to reflect on what a week you've had. What went well for you this week? What didn’t go so well? What might you need to improve on next week? Click on the pufferfish and practise breathing calmly – follow the pufferfish to breathe in and out. Remember, breathing calmly is really useful to help us feel calm and relaxed.
It’s time to unwind and relax. Let’s listen to today’s story, All Because You Matter written by Tami Charles and illustrated by Bryan Collier.