# Tuesday

Message for parents: I just want you all to know that it is normal for your children to be feeling tired and not as enthusiastic to complete work this week. It's the last week before half term and the children would be like this at school just before a holiday so please don't put too much pressure on yourself! You are all trying your best, which I am extremely grateful for. If your child is too tired to complete a task or lacking focus, just leave it. As long as your children are happy and healthy, that's all that matters!

Good morning everyone!

Timetable:

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

1:45 / 2:00 - Afternoon Feedback Session - Playing 'Three Random Things

Phonics

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

Phase 5 - 's' written as 'c(y)'

Activity 1: Speedy Sounds

Activity 2: Reading Words

Activity 3: Write the words from the PowerPoint and put them around your home.

English

Using your work from yesterday I would like like you to pretend you are Sunny the meercat and you have gone to the place you wrote about yesterday. You are going to send a postcard to your meercat family, just like Sunny did for all the other places.

You need to write Sunny's home address on the right and your message on the left.

Sunny's home address is:

The Meercat Mod,

Sandy Burrow,

The Dunes,

Kalahari Desert

Under the Big Blue Sky

In your message don't forget to include:

Where you are and describe it.

Who you are with.

What is wrong with the place.

Here are some sentence starters to help you:

Dear Meercat Family,

I am in ..................... It is ......................

I am with .........................

I do not like it because ......................

Don't forget to write who is it from at the end (don't forget you're pretending to be Sunny).

Maths

Please click on the link below and complete the lesson titled:

Subtraction Crossing 10 - 1

It's easy to count back to 10 when doing subtraction because when you do your part-whole model for the number you are taking away, one of the parts will be the units for the starting number.

For example:

If you are doing 12 - 4

The units in 12 is 2

That's how many you have to take away to get to 10

So one of the parts for the part-whole model is 2

To work out the other part you need to count from 2 to 4

With this in mind, look at the following problem and solve it.

Safer Internet Day

Today is Safer Internet Day and there is an assembly at 11am which can be accessed via Microsoft Teams in the Assemblies in School group.

CBBC are also broadcasting a lesson at 11am which can be accessed via iPlayer later in the day.

There is a link below (I will check this works when the lesson is made available on iPlayer at 11:30am.

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