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# Thursday 21st 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 RE PE

## Subtracting tens and ones.

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Today we will be subtracting a two digit number away from another two digit number. This sounds crazy! What if I make a mistake when I'm taking 12 counters away? But we have been doing some wonderful work with grouping ten and the ones left over. By using this understanding, we can use some tricks to help us find the answer in a few simple steps.

Lets solve 18 - 12. We need to make 18 in our tens frame by making a group of ten and the 8 ones left over.

Can you solve these three number sentence? Make the first number using objects on your tens frames. Think about the number you are taking away and partition it into its ten and ones. Take the ten away first. Then take away the ones from what is left over.

Lets solve 18 - 15 =. Danny and Tasmin have partitioned the 15 into 10 and 5. They are subtracting the two parts in different orders. Do they still get the same answer?

## Sequencing

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An alien has arrived at school and has no idea how we do things here on planet Earth. Its getting in a right state!

Can you tell it the order in which to make a ham sandwich?

Could you tell the alien how these events go in the correct order. Remember to think about what would happen:

• first
• next
• after that
• finally

On pages 5 and 7 of your octopus comprehension book, can you sequence the pictures in the correct order.

In your blue writing books, can you draw or write the correct sequence for one of the following suggestions:

• getting dressed in the morning
• making a cup of tea

Remember to think carefully about the order and if you realise you've missed a step out, put it in its correct place in the sequence.

## The Good Samaritan

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We are learning the story of the Good Samaritan, as told by Jesus in one of the gospels of the New Testament. A traveller is beaten up and robbed, and left for dead along the road. A priest comes by, but deliberately avoids the man. A lawyer also comes by but he too avoids the injured. Finally, a Samaritan comes by, and he helps the injured man, in an act of mercy, compassion and friendship.

Watch the video story below:

www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/zcyr87h

Being neighbourly means that we show kindness and friendship to anyone that we meet. Just like the Good Samaritan, Christians believe that we should always help and be nice to each other.

## Fundamental Movements

Write down your full name. For each letter, find the letter in the grid below and complete the fundamental movement.

Why not play a game of hangman? Have a grown up think of a word. You need to guess what letters might be used to spell the word. For every incorrect choice, complete the matching activity.

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