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English for the week beginning 30th March

Superworm 

This week we are going to  be looking at the story Superworm. Please listen to the story at  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Jnk3XApKBg or you can listen to me reading it on Tapestry. 

Once you have listened to the story I'd like you to draw a picture of about it. It would be great if you could write a sentence about the story too. 

Tuesday 31st March 

Can you make your own superworm? Here are a few ideas to help  you. 

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Wednesday 1st April 

Today I would like you to make a scene which you will use when telling your own Superworm story. 

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Thursday 2nd April

Today I would like you to plan your own story about how Superworm saves the day. I've drawn 4 pictures to help me remember my story. 

I) Superworm is busy being a fairground ride.

2) He hears a ladybird shouting for help. 

3) She says her baby is struggling because it is raining so heavily. 

4) He finds a flower to use as an umbrella and saves the day! 

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Friday 3rd April

Can you tell your own story about how Superworm saves the day? Remember to use the props you have made. You Could film it and pop it on Tapestry. 

English Lessons

Monday 23rd March

I will put a daily English lesson on Tapestry each day this week. The lessons are based on my favourite book 'Wanted the Perfect Pet'. 

 

I am unable to post my video on here so here is a link to the book being read on Youtube. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fv-LmIkKMrY

Please stop listening once you have listened to the page ending in, 'with floppy ears and a soft wet nose, and a warm furry tongue.' 

 

Then you can draw and label a picture of a dog or a different pet that you would like to own. 

 

Tuesday 24th March

Watch the story up until, 'And then he waited'. Now write what you would like your pet to look like and be able to do.  e.g. I want my pet to have a loud bark.  He will catch balls and run fast.  He will have brown fur and floppy ears. 

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Wednesday 25th March

Listen to the story up to, 'He created The Perfect Disguise.' 

Can you draw the duck in his disguise and write a list of things he needed to make it?

Thursday 26th March

Today you can enjoy listening to all the story. Once you have listened to the story, can you write a list of things a duck can do? 

Maths

Maths for the week commencing 30th March

This week we are going to be playing games involving subtraction.  

Monday-  This is a 2 or more player game. Everyone starts with a 20 brick tower. Take it in turns to roll the dice and take the number you land on away from your tower. The person who takes all their bricks away first is the winner.  You might like to write the number sentence each time. Good Luck!

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Tuesday 31st March 

Put the numbers 1 to 9 on the floor. Roll a ball and see what number it lands on. Now take that number away from 10. e.g. the ball lands on 3. Put 10 in your head and count back 3. 10-3 =7. There is a video on Tapestry to help you. 

Wednesday 1st April 

Today we are still counting back to find the answers to subtraction calculations. Put the numbers 1 to 10 on a piece of paper. Roll the coin and see what number it lands on. Now take the number away from 10 for 20 if you are doing well. 

 

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Thursday 2nd April

You will need a coin and a dice. Toss the coin, heads you add, tails you subtract. You can either start with the number 10 or 20. Once you know if you are adding or subtracting, roll the dice to see the number you will be using. E.g. I toss the coin and it lands on tails and the roll the dice and it lands on 4.

10- 4=6 or 20-4= 16

I toss the coin and it lands on heads and I roll the dice and it lands  2. 

10 + 2= 12 or 20 + 2 =22. 

Friday 3rd April

Please make your own game where you have to practise your addition and subtraction skills. 

W/C 23.3.2020

In Maths this week we are going to be practising using a 10 frame to add 2 numbers together.  There is a video on Tapestry to support you with this. 

Choose 2 numbers and add them together. Put 1ps coins or counters on your 10 frame to represent the numbers. Then count how many you have altogether. Can you write the number sentence?  

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Tuesday 24th March

Buy 2 pieces of fruit from my shop. How much have you spent? Use your 10 frame to help you. You might even want to but 3 pieces! 

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Maths 25th March

You can buy 2 toys from my toy shop but they have to total 10p. Can you find 3 different pairs of toys that equal 10p? 

Thursday 26th March

How many ways can you make the number 10? 

You will need your 10 frame and 2 different coloured counters e.g. 5ps and 1ps or 2 colours of Lego. 

 

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