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Friday 22nd

Here are the activities we would like you to complete today. You can choose what order you do the activities in, but we suggest trying to do the English and Maths in the morning. You can print the work if you want to or you can read from the screen and answer on paper. Please save anything you do to bring into school once we are back so we can have a look at it. You can also ask your grown-ups to e-mail a copy to us each day.


1) English

Last week Isla and I created symmetrical butterfly pictures with paints. I then wrote instructions so that someone else could follow them if they wanted to have a go at the same thing. Click on Butterfly Picture Instructions below to see Isla’s picture and our instructions. Read them aloud to remind yourself of the key features.


Today I’d like you to do something similar. Start by being creative – here are some ideas of things you could do:

  • potato printing
  • finger paint pictures
  • playdough model of an animal
  • build a lego vehicle or building
  • draw a picture of your favourite toy, colour it in and add labels
  • make a birthday card for someone in your family
  • bake a cake or some cookies


When you have finished I’d like you to write instructions to tell someone else how to do the same thing. We have had lots of practise so try to remember all that you have learnt.


2) Maths

L.O: I can solve addition and subtraction word problems

Can you use your new skills of addition and subtraction to solve word problems?

  1. Start the lesson with an online quiz to see what you already know.
  2. Try to answer the questions by pausing the video but if you would prefer the questions are at the end of the video too.
  3. End the lesson by completing the online quiz to see what you have learnt.


3) Spellings

Have a go at the spelling activity below to practise your spellings. 


4) Topic

Today's topic lesson in Music! Your lesson has been provided by Rosie who usually teaches us music on a Thursday. She has filmed herself in a series of videos - all you have to do is click 'play' and join in! Click on the document below and follow each of the links for your lesson.


5) Forest School

Today’s forest school is about you sketching something environmental. Grab a pencil and some paper, wrap up warm and take a seat outside (or you could sit next to a window and look out if it’s easier). Once you are ready, look around you and find something interesting to draw. Try to use a whole piece of paper to create a still life piece of art – if you want to colour it you can, but you don’t have to. I’d love to see some of your pictures.



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