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|PE||RWI||Maths||Break||SPaG||English||Lunch||Times Tables||Home Reader||Story Time||Golden Time|
8:50 – 9:30
It is time for us to get active, get our hearts beating quickly and to have some fun, this can only mean one thing, it’s time for PE. We know that so many of you love join in with Joe Wicks’ PE lessons so if you click on the link below it will take you directly to his lesson.
On Wednesday some of you did some yoga, if you enjoyed that and would like to do some more then the video below will be great for you. It involves yoga and dancing.
Alternately you can go for a bike ride, take a walk with your family or play football in your garden, we ask that you aim to spend at least 30 minutes exercising so if you choose to do the yoga video you will need to do another activity too as the video is only 6 minutes long.
9:30 – 9:55
Today in RWI we would like you to complete the lesson for set 3 sound ‘ew’. Click on the link below and select the Set 3 sound ‘ew’ lesson.
Make sure you click on Set 3 sounds on the playlist and then on Set 2 speed sounds with Rosie. When you have finished watching the Set 3 sound video please feel free to watch the Set 3 spelling video too.
In Maths today we will continue with the topic of time, we will be telling the time on an analogue clock. An analogue clock has numbers 1 – 12 around the outside and has two hands. One hand that tells us how many minutes past and too the hour have gone and another smaller hand which indicates which hour it is. All of this does and can sound very confusing so it’s much easier if we show you a picture.
This analogue clock is showing the time quarter past one. We know this because the small hour hand is pointing to the number one and the longer minute hand is pointing to the number 3 which we know is quarter past the hour.
This clock face is showing the time quarter to one. The long minute hand is pointing to the number 9 which we know is called quarter to and the small hour hand is pointing to the number 1 so we know that it is approaching 1o’clock.
During our lesson we will also be learning to tell the time to 5 minute intervals, for example being able to tell the time when the clock shows 10 minutes past 3 or 25 minutes past 7.
Once we have completed our online lesson we would like you to complete the time activity in the resources section on the class webpage. If you completed the quarter to and quarter past activity yesterday then we would like you to focus on the 5 minute intervals activity. If you were working on the o’clock and half past task yesterday then today we would like you to complete the quarter to and quarter past task.
10:55 – 11:10
11:10 – 11:35
We are going to be looking at the different types of sentences that we can use in our writing. Can you remember the name of them? We have looked at them in English lessons before.
Below are 4 different sentences, can you use the poster above to work out what type of sentence they are?
What a beautiful dress that is!
Tidy up all of the mess that you have made.
How many minutes are in an hour?
The sun was shining brightly.
We would now like you to use your blue book to write two examples of each of the four sentence types.
11:35 – 12:25
Today in English we will continue with our Talk for Writing unit called The Magical Teaching Box. In this lesson we will be looking at how apostrophes are used to show that something belongs to someone, we call them possessive apostrophes. For example:
The baby’s hat was blue and white.
The apostrophe in the sentence tells us that the hat belongs to the baby.
Sarah’s kitten had ginger fur and a long fluffy tail.
In this sentence we know that the kitten belongs to Sarah as the apostrophe is used after her name.
We will work together during our online lesson to write examples of possessive apostrophes on page 13 of the talk for writing booklet. We would then like you to read The Magic Box poem on page 14 of your booklet and then to answer the questions about the poem on page 15. It would be lovely if you could read the poem to someone at home or if you would to listen to the poet reading it then please click on the link below.
12:25 – 1:25
1:25 – 1:45
It is really important that we keep working on our times tables as they help us to answer questions on division, repeated addition and word problems. We would like you to practise your 2, 5 and 10 and 3 times tables on hit the button, but please do not move onto the next time table until you are secure and can answer the times tables all the way up to x 12. You need to start with your 2 times tables and then move onto the 5’s and 10’s and then finally the 3 times tables.
1:45 – 2:05
Today you can choose which book you would like to read. You may want to read an RWI book that you have or maybe you’re going to spend some time reading your favourite bedtime story.
Today is free reader day so you can choose whichever book you would like to read. If you have an old RWI book at home that you love then you can read that or you could log onto Bug Club and read a book online.
Today you can choose a book that you would like to read. If you are really enjoying the books on Bug Club then you may want to spend this time logging on and reading a book online or you can find an old black and white RWI book and read that instead.
Today you can decide which book you would like to read as its free reader day. If you would like to read a book on Bug Club then you can or if you would rather spend some time reading one of your favourites from your book collection that you can do that, it’s your choice!
Your username is your first name only
Password is the same as your Google Classroom one
School Code is W3S3
Or you can read a book on Oxford Owl.
2:05 – 2:20
Mrs Etheridge/Mrs Joesbury Reads
We will continue reading all about Horrid Henry during our reading session today.
2:20 – 3:05
During Golden Time today we will be having a well-deserved treat for all of the fantastic work we have done. The children in the class have decided that they would like to watch a movie :-) We would like you to relax at home too and take time for your well-being, you may choose to do this by reading a book, watching a movie or doing some exercise. Whatever you do please make sure you have fun and enjoy yourself.
If you require any help or assistance please do not hesitate to contact us on the Class Dojo page or on our school Facebook page.
Have a great day weekend and stay safe.
Mrs Etheridge and Mrs Joesbury