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Tuesday 9th 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 Design &Technology Computing

8:55 - 9:55


Tens and ones

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

Yesterday we learned that we can efficiently count a larger number of objects by sorting in to groups of ten and the ones left over.

In a two digit number, the first number tells us how many groups of ten can be made within the number. By counting in tens, we know how many are in the grouped in total. The second number tells us how many ones are left over.


Task 1:

Draw these part whole models in your yellow maths book complete with all of the missing numbers.


Task 2:

We are very excellent at using a completed whole part model to write addition and subtraction sentences. We will be able to write up to 8 different number sentences, even with these larger numbers! Take a look at my example:


Choose a two digit number from between 20 and 100 from this 100 square.

In your yellow maths book, create a part whole model to partition it into tens and ones. Once you are done, write down all of the addition and subtraction number sentences that match the number you have chosen.

Send me a photo through ClassDojo.



10:35 - 11:35


More exclamation marks

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

Get somebody to read these sentences that are using exclamation marks aloud to you. Whilst you are listening choose one of the following signals to match the emotion.

  • scared: hands over your mouth
  • surprised: mouth wide open
  • angry: frown, furrowed brow
  • shouting: one hand at the side of your mouth


  1. You must not hit your brother!
  2. Come and look at this everyone!
  3. The bridge is going to fall, stand back!
  4. I am fed up of cleaning my room!
  5. Wow, you are brilliant at dancing!
  6. Roman, your tea is ready!
  7. There's a monster in my bedroom!
  8. I can't believe it is nearly my birthday!


Today we will be writing sentences using sentences that show strong emotion or someone shouting by using an exclamation mark.


Task 1:

Look at the pictures of the children to see how they are feeling. Use the words underneath to build up the sentence. Write it down in your blue writing book. Make sure you end your sentence with an exclamation mark!


Task 2:

This time I have not given you the words for the each sentence. I would like you to build up your own sentence based on the clues beneath each picture. Be sure to show strong emotion or shouting by using an exclamation mark!


11:35 - 12:00

Phonics and Reading

Group Colour Sound Lesson

Set 1 Sound Lesson



Set 2 Sound Lesson



Set 3 Sound Lesson



Set 3 Sound Lesson



Set 3 Sound Lesson



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.


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

Design and Technology

Vehicles that roll

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

The wheel was invented thousands of years ago and not much has changed in its design over all these years. Attaching wheels to a cart or base allows you to move things much more easily than trying to carry them.

We can't just glue wheels to the side of a box to make it roll, as the wheels need to be free moving.

To attach wheels to a base we use something called an axle.

Axles join two wheels together so that they can roll together but also attach through the body of a vehicle in a way that they can still spin to allow the wheels to roll over the ground.

In todays lesson we will take apart a toy car to investigate this further and explore how the wheels, axles and body work together to make a rolling vehicle.


Task 1:

Design a rolling vehicle that has at least two axles and label up the main parts.

  • wheel
  • axle
  • body
  • ...and as many other key parts you can identify


Task 2:

Collect some recycled materials over the course of today and tomorrow that you could use to make your vehicle. We will look to build this on Thursday afternoon follow more learning.

Things you might consider are:

  • Cereal box
  • Plastic bottle
  • toilet roll tube
  • cellotape (if you have any)


2:20 - 2:55


Trust and reliability

As part of safer internet week, today we will be considering things we read on the internet or hear on phone calls and whether we can trust them. Sometimes people on the internet or over the phone may not always have our best intentions to heart. Sometimes we might be attracted by offers of great prizes or urged to share private information.


Task 1:

Listen to the phone calls by following this link:

Discuss with a grown up about whether you can trust the people on the phone and how they might be trying to trick us.