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Tuesday 2nd February 2021

Good Morning everyone.


I hope you are all happy and ready for another day of home leanring. 

Let me know if you need anything. 


Take Care

Mrs Bennett

9:00 - 9:30 - Phonics - double consonants


Look at the PowerPoint. Can you see the rule for adding vowel suffixes to words ending in VC? This is the double consonant rule. This rule is necessary to ensure the short vowel is maintained. Otherwise, hopping would turn into hoping!


Watch ‘The Suffix Song’ video. Can you remember the rules for adding suffixes at the end of the song? What is the rule for adding the endings ing, ed, er, est and y to words ending in ‘e’ with a consonant before it?


Have a look at the activity. Read the sentences. Add the ending to the root words, so that the sentences make sense.


The Suffix Song

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9:30 - 10:00 - Morning Registration and Input

(see zoom link in email)

10:00 - 10:30 - English Writing


Learning Objective: To be able to use adjectives and question marks. 


Plot Point 7 - The animals are gathering around the fire. 


Provided sentences: Courageous and undaunted, he presses on alone. When he arrived at his forest home, he started a fire. 


Sentence 1 - Look at the picture of the fire and gather adjectives to describe it. 

Adjectives: leaping, crackling, glowing, warm, blazing, burning, flickering, scorching...


Choose three adjectives to list what the fire is like.


Here is my sentence: It was leaping, cracking and glowing.


Sentence 2 - Here we are going to write a feelings sentence to describe how the animals are feeling when they see crow and the fire. 


Feelings: excited, intrigued, curious, surprised, relieved, amazed, thankful, cosy, contented...


Here is my sentence: Intrigued and excited, the animals gathered around the crow. 


Sentence 3 - imagine you are the animals gathered around the fire. You are going to be whispering to each other about what has happened to the crow. 

Gather question ideas - Where did he go? What did he see? How did he manage it? 


Now gather different words for said (remember they are talking quite quietly) - muttered, mumbled, chattered, whispered, asked...


Here is my sentence: "What has happened to him?" they asked. 

Tuesday 2nd February 2021 English

10:45 - 11:15 - English Reading


Learning Objective: To be able to retrieve and infer information from a text.


Watch the video and then look through the PPT. I have taken pictures of the text so you can read it too. 

Then answer the inference and retrieval questions on the worksheet. 

The Tiger Who Came to Tea lesson 2

11:15 - 12:15 - Maths - Draw Pictograms


Learning Objective: To be able to draw a pictogram.


Look through the videos and then have a go at some of the activities. 


Spr2.5.3 - Draw Pictograms (1-1) activity

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Spr2.5.4 - Draw Pictograms (1-1)

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Danny’s PE challenge

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1:20 - 2:15 - Mental Health Week


Look through the PPT and then there are two activities to do. You can write it out in your books if you don't have the sheets.


The aim of this afternoon is for you to think of positive ways in which we can help ourselves. What can we do to improve our mental health?

2:15 - 2:45 - Afternoon Registration and Story

(see Zoom link in email)

2:45 - 3:00 - Handwriting


Today's letter is the letter 'n'.

Learn to Write the Letter N | Pre-cursive Letter Formation

Learn to Write the Letter N | Pre-cursive Letter FormationThis video shows and explains the pre-cursive letter formation for the letter n. Cursive handwritin...