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Good morning children!


Now that you're on the fourth day of your weather recording, have you noticed anything with the results? Can you compare todays readings with the other days?



9:20 / 9:35 - Morning Live Phonics 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 'aw'

Activity 1: Tricky Word Song

Activity 2: Write the Word

Activity 3: Choose an activity from below to complete. A lot of the activities can be handmade if you don't have a printer.


You have been doing so well collecting research for your fact files next week.

Today I'm giving you a break from your fact finding and I'd like you to think back to the story of The Rainbow Bear.

When Rainbow Bear had rainbow fur, he was captured and taken to a zoo.

Do you think that's fair? Do you think that's kind?

Let's pretend Rainbow Bear is still trapped in a cage at the zoo.

What can you do to help him?

Today I'd like you to make a 'Set Rainbow Bear Free' poster. The title needs to be big and bold. You could even use the bubble writing that we practised when we last did a poster at school. The picture needs to make people feel sorry for him and, if you want to, you could write why Rainbow Bear needs to be returned to the Artic.



Someone sorted the shapes into two groups.

Are they correct?

How do you know?


In your pack from school you will find a world map (attached a copy below if you haven't been able to get your pack).

Today we are going to be learning about continents.

Continents are large areas of land, which are surrounded by oceans.

There are 7 continents: Asia, Africa, North America, South America, Antarctica, Europe and Australia. 

Have a go at identifying these on your map.

Watch the song below to help you remember the continents.

Find out which continent we live on.

If you have collected your pack from school you can also do the continent cutting and sticking activity where you place the continents in the right place on the map (will attach below). This is an optional task.

Continents and Oceans