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# Wednesday 3rd 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 Music PE

## How many tens?

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

We will be continuing with counting in multiples of ten. See if you can answer these questions quickly in your head. You can use your ten frames from yesterday to help you if you need them.

• What is four lots of ten?
• What is eight lots of ten?
• What is three lots of ten?
• I have fifty, how many tens?
• I have seventy, how many tens?

When we count in groups of ten, we are actually adding on ten lots of times.

• 4 tens = 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 40
• 7 tens = 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 = 70

We will be finding the total number of objects today by counting in tens. All of the pictures we see today show objects grouped together in groups of ten.

Mrs Jordan is counting in groups of ten. Can she say the number 32?

Explain why.

## Using the word "and" to join sentences.

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

You will need your colourful cards for this lesson.

We will learn today that we can use the word and to join two sentences together to give more information. We will first look at the picture prompt and make 2 sentences using our cards. We can join these two separate sentences together using the word and to give more information to our readers.

The girl is reading a book and the dog is sleeping on a bed.

The man is looking out of the window and the boy is eating a banana.

Notice that as the two separate sentences have been joined together with the word and the second sentence no longer needs a capital letter. The full stop will also only go at the end of your whole joined up sentence and not after the first sentence.

Look at the picture grid below. Choose two pictures and build a sentence for each using your cards. Use the word and to read out your sentence. Write this down in your blue writing book. Remember that we will only need a capital letter at the start of the whole sentence and not after the and.

Can you write three sentences using all of the pictures?

What is happening at your home? Think of 2 people (or animals) at home and tell me what is happening.

Write this sentence down in your book.

## Timbre

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

When you hear your Mum or Dad's voice, do they have to tell you who is speaking?

No, of course not! This is because the sound of their voice is unique to them. We call this difference in the way they sound timbre.

Timbre helps use to identify different instruments from each other. Even instruments that are very similar will have a different timbre eg. violin and cello.

In the live lesson we will be listening to different instrument's timbres and guessing what these instruments could be.

Collect up to ten different objects that make a noise if you bang, pluck or shake them from around your home. Ask an adult at home to challenge you to guess what object they are holding by the unique sound it makes, the timbre. Can you find an object that can make two different sounds? For example, a tambourine makes one sound when you beat it and another when you shake it. Who will win the most points?

Listen to your favourite piece of music. What different instruments can you hear? Do you notice the different timbre?

## Get outside for mental health

If you are able to, get outside of those four walls and take a walk or play in your garden. This not only is great for keeping your body fit and healthy but your mind also benefits too! Feel free to express yourself outdoors in any way you choose.

An indoor alternative can be found below.

## Jurassic Chase: Ice Age - PE Game

You have to run away from the ice age animals.
Play this game where your body is the controller.
Run on the spot and slide left and right to avoid being attacked, jump over holes and duck under the eagle.

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