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Good morning! I hope you had a lovely weekend everyone!

I hope you enjoy this weeks work and I look forward to seeing what you get up to on Tapestry!



9:20 / 9:35 - Morning Phonics Live Lesson

1:45 / 2:00 - Afternoon Feedback Session


You will need a piece of paper/notebook/whiteboard and something to write with.

Phase 5 - 'or' written as 'al'

Activity 1: Tricky Word Bingo

Activity 2: Reading Words

Activity 3: Write the words from the PowerPoint on pieces of paper and put them up around your home in places you go a lot (bottom of the stairs, kitchen, bedroom etc). Every time you go to that area, read the word.


Your project until Thursday is to create a fact file of a polar bear.

Please use the facts you found out last week but you may also add more if you wish.

Do a little each day.

Don't forget to include:

  • a front cover
  • facts
  • pictures (you may want to label some pictures
  • if you want to make a contents page to organise your facts you can but this is optional (don't forget page numbers if you do this)


Annie is making a pattern.

Name the shape that would come after the circle.

Name the shape that would come before the rectangle.

Name the missing shapes in the following patterns.

Jack is making a pattern by printing 3D shapes.

Which 3D shapes could Jack use to continue the pattern?

Can you make a printed pattern using 3D shapes?


Today you are going to be learning about the human body and it's parts.

Please look at the website below.

Your activity is to label parts of the body.

You can complete the worksheet below (or draw one out if you don't have a printer) or, if you have the resources, you can draw a life-size body by drawing around yourself and label it (see image below).