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Tuesday 2nd March 2021

Good Morning


I hope you are all feeling fresh and ready for learning this morning.


Let me know if you need anything.

Mrs Bennett

9:00 - 9:30 - Phonics - Contractions


Look at the PowerPoint. Use this to learn more about contractions. Contraction means to squash together; the apostrophe shows where the letter(s) would be. To form a contraction, cross out a letter and turn it into an apostrophe. Look at how to squash ‘not’, ‘is’ and ‘has’.


Watch the flash cards video.


Write the list of the contracted words.


Write sentences that use the contracted words.

Contractions flash cards

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

(see zoom link in email)

10:00 - 10:30 - English - Writing


It is another experience day today!


Learning Objective: To experience a visit to a zoo. 


Sadly, we cannot visit an actual zoo at the moment but we are going to go on a virtual visit instead. 


Go on a virtual visit to a zoo:


Gather some onomatopoeic words for the animals noises: roar, tweet, hiss, chatter, snap, flap...

Create a poster with these sounds on with little pictures of the different animals. 


Notice how the animals are moving: slither, prowl, stomp, fly, roll, swim, swing, splash....


10:45 - 11:15 - English - Reading


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


Listen to the text and then look through the PPT to see which VIPERS we are going to use today.


Answer the questions on the sheet. 

Dogger lesson 2

11:15 - 12:15 - Maths  -Lines of Symmetry


Learning Objective: To be able to find lines of symmetry.


Starter: Have a go at this lines of symmetry game.

Spr2.8.1 - Lines of symmetry

This is "Spr2.8.1 - Lines of symmetry" by White Rose Maths on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them.

1:20 - 2:15 - RE


Learning Objective: To know the words the parish family pray during the Eucharistic Prayer.

During the Eucharistic Prayer the parish family acclaims the greatness of God using words found in scripture, “Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God...”  This is a song of thanks and praise.

Let us think for a moment what God is like.  God is all powerful, good and true.  This makes us feel grateful and joyful.  Then, like the saints and the angels in heaven, we will want to praise and thank God and will sing/say the “Holy, holy, holy” enthusiastically. 


So, we all sing (say) together:


Holy, Holy, Holy Lord, God of hosts,

heaven and earth are full of your glory.

Hosanna in the highest.

Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord,

Hosanna in the highest.


The Eucharistic Prayer ends with words of Faith in God the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.


The priest sings/says


“Through him, and with him, and in him,

O God, almighty Father,

In the unity of the Holy Spirit,

All glory and honour is yours,

For ever and ever.”


The people sing/say “Amen.”

‘Amen’ is a Hebrew word.  It means ‘Let it be so’, ‘We agree’.


The Holy, holy is based on the praise of the Seraphim found in Isaiah 6:3 and other scripture.   


God of Hosts means God of all the angels in heaven.




  1. Why do we praise God?
  2. Why do we thank God?
  3. Why do you think we say ‘Holy’ three times?
  4. What do you think ‘God of hosts’ means?
  5. What does the word ‘Amen’ mean?



Draw or paint images of Heaven and Earth full of God’s glory.   Write labels on your painting giving reasons for your choice of images.


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

(see zoom link in email)

2:45 - 3:00 - Handwriting


Today's letter is the letter 'y'.


How to write the letter 'y' | Improve Your Handwriting

How to write the letter 'y' | Improve Your HandwritingThis video demonstrates how to form the letter 'y' using precursive letter formation. Improve your curs...