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Friday 10th July

Friday 10.7.2020

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Join in with Joe Wicks at 9.00 every morning


Try some Super movers dancing


In phonics this week, we are looking at the ‘oo’ sound.  It can be spelt in different ways.  These include oo, ew, ue, u-e, o.


Practise spelling these words...will you choose the correct spelling? Ask your grown ups or someone in your house to read the words from your previous lists (Mondays session) aloud in any order and you have a go at spelling them. If you make a mistake, don’t worry...just have another go until you spell it correctly.

Maths: Count forwards and backwards in  your chosen multiple (1’s, 2’s, 3’s, 5’s, 10’s)

This week we have been finding fractions of numbers and shapes.

Today you are going to have a go at solving some problems!

Have a go at the sheet attached. (There is also a more difficult EXT sheet if you want a real challenge!)

When you are solving these problems, remember:

  • The bottom number tells you how many groups you need to split your number into.
  • The top number tells you how many of the parts/sections you have colour or how many of the groups you need to count.
  • The ‘groups’ or ‘parts’ have to be equal.
  • You can use drawings to help you.
  • To have a go at explaining your you know.


Say your playground promise and play in your garden.


Today you are going to have a go at writing about your setting. Think back to your trip to your setting yesterday! It would also be a good idea to use your picture to help you remember.

Make sure you use interesting openers (Can you believe...? In the distance... You’ll never believe...), adjectives to describe your setting and the things in it and conjunctions to join shorter sentences together (and, so, but, because, so, however.)  You can also refer to the word mat for the different senses. (Available on Wednesdays home learning page.)



Wash your hands and help your grown up to prepare your lunch.


Draw a tree trunk with lots of branches in the middle of a plain piece of paper. Your job today is to stick as many leaves as you can on your tree. Each leaf will represent one person. The people you choose will all be a good friend or a good listener. (One person might be both!) This could be a classmate, a family member, someone on your football team.) Try to write something kind about every person you include on your tree.


 Your next job is to think about what you could call your tree. It needs a title! (Possible titles: ‘Class Caring Tree’. Tree of Kindness, Tree of Friendship.)