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Thursday 7th January

Maths: 9:00-9:30

2 - Multiplication using the symbol

Watch the video and complete the questions in your book. Then answer the questions sheet below in your book.

Maths questions

Zoom: 9:30-10:00

Topic: Day 2 Morning Zoom register
Time: Jan 7, 2021 09:30 AM London

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Meeting ID: 955 7659 3016
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Please ensure an adult is supervising the child in a safe space throughout the call.

Grammar, punctuation and spelling: 10:30-11:00


Pronouns can be tricky. They are used to take the place of a noun.

It would be boring if an author wrote


Milo is a dog. Milo is a white and fluffy puppy. Every day, Milo goes for a long walk to the park. Milo likes walks and treats. Milo enjoys snoozing on the sofa.


Milo is a proper noun because it is a specific name.

Pronouns, such as He, could be used instead of the proper noun.

See below a list of some pronouns we could use.

Pronouns | English

Watch the video then copy out the sentences below, underlining the pronouns you see.

English: 11:00-12:00
Afternoon: 1:30 - 2:15


We should always start exercise or sport with a warm up.

There should be tasks to raise your heart rate, tasks to build you muscle strength and tasks to help stretch.

Design a warm up with 4 activities for the pulse raisers, strengthening and stretching sections. Write what you would do in your books and draw an image to go with each activity showing what to do. Once you have designed it, you should practise the warm up yourself to check it works.

If you would like some ideas, watch this video of Joe Wicks completing a 5 minute work out. You could adapt some of his ideas. Remember to make the warm up fun.

Zoom: 2:15 - 2:45

Topic: Day 2 Afternoon Zoom Call
Time: Jan 7, 2021 02:15 PM London

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Meeting ID: 956 7449 3282
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Please ensure an adult is supervising the child in a safe space throughout the call.

Reading 2:45 - 3:15

Read the text in Reading 1 and answer the questions. Then you could try the challenge in Reading 2.