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Happy Tuesday everybody!  Well done for such hard work yesterday.  I really enjoyed finding out what you had been doing over the half term. You've all been so busy!  Today's work is below.  Have a great day!




Roll your playdough and curl it into a snail.  


Read your reading book with an adult or sibling. Adult to ask you questions about what you have read - - Oxford Owl have lots of free reading books that you can download and read! 

Go through the flashcards and see how long it takes you to identify all 44 graphemes! It took me 2 minutes and 30 seconds; can you beat me? - (Phase 3 & 5a) 


This week in Phonics, we are going to learn about the ‘au’ sound. Make a list of all the ‘au’ words you can think of! Now watch Geraldine the Giraffe to teach you how to pronounce ‘au’. -  


Go around your house and look for other words with the ‘au’ sound. Remember to add any extra words to your list! 


With the words on your list, make up your own sentences – you can do this by either writing your sentences down or verbalising it.  


See if you can add more words to your list throughout the week! 



Instructions – re-cap.  

Can you remember the different features of instructions?  See if you can show me everything you found out last term!  You might like to do a list, a news report (send me the video) or something else.  The choice is yours. 

I have included a worksheet for you to use if you’d like to. 

Break - Grab a healthy snack and a drink and have a break. Could you go outside to get some fresh air? 




This week, we are learning about length and height. Click on the link and watch a short video to learn about measuring length. 


There is a worksheet to complete, which focuses on measuring length using non-standard units of measurement. Don’t forget to use reasoning to explain your answers! 


Don’t forget about Numbots! - 

Lunch – What’s for lunch, today? 


Online PE lesson with Joe Wicks - 

Oti Mabuse Dance lessons - 

Explore GoNoodle and stay active! 


This week, we are going to learn about plants. Today, I would like you to go outside and go on a scavenger hunt to see how many different plants and flowers you can find. If you find any other plants, then you can add them to your list by drawing/naming them.