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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!



A lot of you enjoyed the road activity last week so today you're going to do it with sounds.

Draw a road up the centre of your page with two roads coming off to the left and right. Write a sound at the end of each road and drive a car or use a pencil to the sounds and say them.

Today's sound is 'sh'.

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

Have a go at the above activity - roll a dice, say the first word on that numbers row and colour it in. Repeat until finished or for as long as they can concentrate.

If you haven't got a printer, write the words down instead and if you haven't got a dice, they're very easy to make.


Back to our Little Red Riding Hood story today.

Watch the video of me reading Little Red Riding Hood, to recap the story.

This week we're going to be looking at characters, settings and parts of Little Red Riding Hood and we're going to be gradually filling in the below document over the week.

You can draw around your own hand if you want to.

The boxes are there for you to explain the story, you can write or draw in them.

Today I would like you to complete the characters and setting boxes.


I know some parents are finding it a struggle to get your children to write. At school when we have adult-led writing with a teacher, the children always have the option to choose an activity they want to do after. We remind them of this when if they don't want to write. That way the children know if they get their writing done with a good effort, they get their own choice after. This might help at home too.


Recap what halving means.

If you were focusing on opposites yesterday, complete the halving activity from yesterday instead of doing today's activity.

Really easy activity today.

Under supervision, I would like you to practise cutting everything you eat today in half (if it's safe and possible. Such as a sandwich, pizza, chip, etc. Not a crisp, or bread stick as they will just crumble).

Discuss the importance of it being equal sizes.



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