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# Monday 18th January

## Today's timetable

 8:55 - 9:55 9:55 - 10: 35 10:35 - 11:35 11:35 - 12:00 12:00 - 1:20 1:20 - 2:20 2:20 - 2:55 Maths Break English Phonics & Reading Lunch Science PSHE

## Number pairs to ten.

Please connect to Google Classrooms for a 15 minute to Meet to talk you through your learning today.

Today we will be revising pairs of numbers that make ten. We can break ten objects into two parts that. These parts will always go together to make ten so learning these pairs off by heart will mean we can use these as known facts rather than counting them every time.

Take ten objects. Split them in to 2 parts using your tens frames. Eg. 2 and 8 make 10.

We will be working systematically (in order) to find ALL of the pairs of numbers that make ten.

Using objects or your fingers, find the pairs of numbers that make ten. If we work systematically, we can make sure we find ALL of them.

So, lets make a part of 0. The other part will be 10.

Record this in your yellow maths book using a part whole model.

Next make a part of 1 and find the other part. Record this in your book.

Continue with this until you have worked your way through them all.

Can you write number sentences to match each part whole model? If you add your 2 parts together, you will make your whole of ten.

Your first one will look like this:

0 + 10 = 10

1 + ? = 10

2 + ...

3 + ...

Challenge:

Can you write all 8 of the addition and subtraction for one of your number pairs?

## Planning a finding story

Please connect to Google Classrooms for a 15 minute to Meet to talk you through your learning today.

If you have the following colours in felt tip pens or crayons, have them to hand. If you don't, your writing pencil will do just fine.

• Orange
• Yellow
• Green
• Red
• Blue

At the end of Emma Jane's Aeroplane, she jets off on her next adventure. Today, we will be planning what this adventure will be. We will be building our story using the story mountain we used before Christmas.

Today we will be drawing out a story map to plan the next part of Emma Jane's adventure. We will not be writing the story but we will be using the question prompts for each section of the story to map. For each box, draw a picture to help you think about what you will be writing tomorrow.

## Opening

Where does Emma Jane fly to next? (You came up with some choices on Friday last week.)

• What day did Emma Jane arrive?
• What did she fly?
• Where did she land? (Your location from Friday's lesson)

## Build up

What animal does Emma Jane meet?

• You could include an adjective to tell me more about what this animal was like.
• Think about where this animal could be found. A pond, forest, street etc...

## Problem

What has the animal lost?

• Is it an item, animal, treasure piece?

## Resolution

How does Emma Jane help the animal find what it has lost?

• Where does Emma Jane find what is missing?

## Ending

What does Emma Jane do at the end?

• Does she stay with her new friend?
• Does she set off on another adventure?

Send me a picture of your story map on ClassDojo. Can you read out your whole story plan?

## Properties of materials

Please connect to Google Classrooms for a 15 minute to Meet to talk you through your learning today.

We will be using some adjectives to tell us more about the properties of the materials we have been looking at. Some we will look at today are:

• hard
• soft
• rough
• smooth
• bendy
• stiff
• waterproof
• absorbent

Take some time to talk about what these adjectives tell us about the material. Using some examples will be a fantastic way to show it.

Go on a scavenger hunt around your home and label up at least one object for each of the properties above. Test them out if you are unsure.

In your blue writing books, draw or list down the objects you have found and label it with its properties.

Can you find an object with 2 of these properties?

## Pants Rules

Find out more about the NSPCC's Pants rules. Take some time to discuss the rules and watch the Pantosaurus song to help you know more about our bodies and keeping safe.

### Privates are private

Your underwear covers up your private parts and no one should ask to see or touch them. Sometimes a doctor, nurse or family members might have to. But they should always explain why, and ask you if it's OK first.

### Always remember your body belongs to you

Your body belongs to you. No one should ever make you do things that make you feel embarrassed or uncomfortable. If someone asks to see or tries to touch you underneath your underwear say 'NO' – and tell someone you trust and like to speak to.

### No means no

No means no and you always have the right to say ‘no’ – even to a family member or someone you love. You’re in control of your body and the most important thing is how YOU feel. If you want to say ‘No’, it’s your choice.

### Talk about secrets that upset you

There are good and bad secrets. Good secrets can be things like surprise parties or presents for other people. Bad secrets make you feel sad, worried or frightened. You should tell an adult you trust about a bad secret straight away.

### Speak up, someone can help

Talk about stuff that makes you worried or upset. If you ever feel sad, anxious or frightened you should talk to an adult you trust. This doesn't have to be a family member. It can also be a teacher or a friend's parent – or even Childline.

## Talk PANTS with Pantosaurus

Meet Pantosaurus - our pant-wearing Dino! He wants every child to stay safe and strong, just like him, and he's on a mission to share an important message.

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