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Thursday 25th February

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

8:55 - 9:55


Comparing number with inequality signs

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

We have been comparing numbers using the language "greater than" and "less than." We have previously looked at the mathematical symbol that we can use for each of these phrases.


> "greater than"

< "less than"


We can use them in place of an equal sign when the numbers on either side are not the same. You will remember that the inequality sign always opens up towards the greatest number.


7 > 3

6 < 12



We can now compare much larger numbers and can use the inequality signs in the same way.

From our previous learning, we know that 40 is greater than 35 as is has more tens. We can use the inequality sign to show which number is greater or less than.

40 is greater than 35

40 > 35

35 is less than 40

35 < 40


Task 1

1. Compare the numbers below. Write them down in your yellow maths book using <, > or =.


2. Put the amounts of each coloured marble in order from smallest to greatest using the correct inequality sign.


3. We are comparing numbers using inequality signs. Choose all of the numbers from the boxes below each number sentence that could be used to complete it. There is more than one choice!


Task 2:

Here is an investigation for you! We have some mystery numbers hidden by the star and triangle shapes. We don't know what they equal but we do know some information about their value by comparing them to other numbers. Can you answer the following questions?


10:35 - 11:35


Past tense sentences

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

On Tuesday, we looked at adding the suffix -ed to show that a verb happened in the past. Let's recap:

  • play - played

  • walk - walked

  • brush - brushed

Some words unfortunately do not follow the rule of adding the -ed suffix. When some verbs happen in the past, we have to completely change the word. Here are a few examples:

  • eat - ate

  • swim - swam

  • speak - spoke

If you add the -ed suffix to a verb and it doesn't sound right, it may be that you need to change the word. eg.

I runned in the park. sad

I ran in the park. smiley


We can write our own sentences using our colourful grids in the past tense in just the same way we use them for explaining what is happening right now. 



Evie-Mae cleaned her hands at the sink.

Jacob ate a cake under the table.

Task 1:

Write the following words in the past tense. Some will need an -ed suffix and others will need changing completely.

pull ride
sing turn
talk write


Task 2:

Use your colourful cards to build up 3 sentences of your own. You can build sentences that make sense or you could have some fun with some silly sentences. When you say your sentence out loud, say your yellow verb card in the past tense either by adding the -ed suffix or changing the word.

Write these sentences in your blue writing book.


11:35 - 12:00


Group Colour Sound Lesson

Set 1 Sound Lesson



Set 2 Sound Lesson



Set 3 Sound Lesson



Set 3 Sound Lesson



Set 3 Sound Lesson



Bug Club Reading

Some of you may already be familiar with Bug Club but for those new to this, Bug Club is a fantastic e-book library that we will be using this week.

Please watch the video below for a guided tour of how to use this website.

Your log-in details will be:

  • Enter website:
  • Username: Your first name with the capital letter. If you have a hyphenated name, you will need both (e.g. Alexa-Rose)
  • Password: This is the same as your Google Classroom password. Please let me know if you need a reminder.
  • School code: w3s3.


I have allocated everybody a library of e-books and phonics games so please take your pick out of your individual collection.


1:20 - 2:20


Places of worship: Church

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

In Geography we talked about some of the buildings you may find in different settlements. One we would find in villages, towns and cities is a church.

A church is a Christian place of worship. It is a building where Christians can go to learn about God and Jesus. It is also a place to pray, get married or be Christened. 

Lets have a look at some of the features of a Church:


An altar is usually found right at the front of a church. People gather around an altar to pray and to worship God.


Lots of Christians would attend a church to learn about God and Jesus. They sit on special benches called pews. Sometimes these have cushions to sit on or bibles and hymn books for people to use.

Stain glass windows

Some churches have beautifully coloured windows that usually have pictures of stories from the bible. When churches were built hundreds of years ago, many people couldn't read and so these windows helped them to learn about some of the stories. They look amazing when the sun shines through them.


Many churches have bells which used to be used to tell Christians it was time to come to church to worship. Nowadays, we have clocks and watches so we know what time to go but church bells are still used for special occasions such as weddings.


Task 1:

Design a stain glass window for a new church. You could design the picture to tell one of the stories from the bible that we have learned about already.

  • God's creation of the world in seven days
  • The birth of Jesus (The nativity)
  • Zacchaeus
  • The Good Samaritan
  • Peter's boat in the storm

Use lots of bright colours and send me a picture through ClassDojo.


2:20 - 2:55


Active 8 Minute Workout Featuring Alfie | The Body Coach TV

8 minute kids workout 😊

Pokemon | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure

A Cosmic Kids yoga adventure with Pokemon!⭐