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Please put any work you do in your purple exercise book or take pictures and put them on Tapestry. I can't wait to see what you get up to!


Not too many activities to do today to ease you into the week after the weekend.

I hope you made the most out of the lovely sunshine as the weather is supposed to get a bit rainy this week!



Read the sounds and tricky words on your sound mat.

Today's sound is 'ch'.

The lesson is on the Bug Club for you to complete as an optional activity.

Have a go at the above activities.

If you haven't got a printer, write the words down, read and point to the pictures on the screen.



This week we are going to be halving.

Halving is the opposite of doubling.

Ask your child if they know what opposites are and ask them to give some examples.

Opposite of dark...

Opposite of tall...

Opposite of hot...

It's important for children to understand halving is the reverse of doubling. So if your child doesn't understand opposites, spend today naming opposites.


Halving is splitting something into two equal groups.

Similar to last week, have a number of objects in front of you (keep it to 10 and below for today and make sure the amount is an even number).

Count the amount you have and then split the objects you have into two equal groups (children can say 'one for me, one for you' to help them).

Ask them what half of (starting number) is, pointing to one group.

Repeat with multiple numbers.



Don't forget Mr Nicholls sets activities under the P.E. section on the Class Pages overview.