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9:30 - 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 - 'j' written as 'g(e)'

Activity 1: Speedy Sounds

Activity 2: Reading Words

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


Today I would like you to pretend you are an explorer.

You are the best Polar Region explorer in the world and you are going to be visiting one of the polar regions in your next adventure.

Before an explorer goes on an adventure, first they think about what they would like to find out.

Your task today is to write at least 3 questions (more if you can) of things you want to find out when you go to a polar region.

What do you want to find out? Is it something to do with the weather, the environment, an animal or maybe people?


Write each question on a new line and don't forget to end your question with a question mark.


Watch the video below of a polar explorer.

Polar Explorer: Jade Hameister Nat Geo Kids


Count backwards using the video to help you.

Count backwards from 100 by listening to the whole song or count backwards from 50 by listening to half the song.

Count Backwards By 1s From 100 | Jack Hartmann

Today we're going to be practising one less from 50.


Using your 100 grid to help you, count back from 50.

Try from 100 if you can count back from 50.


Now try counting back from 50 without using the 100 grid.

Don't get tricked when you have to say a new ten! Think really carefully.


Play the following game:

Click 'Play Game'

Click 'Less Than'

Make sure 'Up To 50' and '-1' are selected.

Click 'Play Game'


Let me know your score! smiley


We are going to be starting a new R.E. topic called 'What Does it Mean to Belong to a Faith Community?'


In today's lesson we're going to be talking about all the things we belong to.


I want you to image that someone your age has got lost when they were shopping with their family.

Discuss the feelings they might have.


Hopefully one of the words you said was the word alone.


I know that all of us belong to lots of different things. Such as family, friendship groups, clubs, religions etc.


When I was your age I belonged to lots of groups, like my family, my swimming club, dance club, Brownies, my school and my class etc. As you get older you might belong to more or different groups.


For your activity I would like you put a picture of you in the middle of a page (hand-drawn or printed) and around the picture of you I would like you to draw pictures or write the words for all the things you belong to.


As you're completing the activity I want you to remember that you are not alone, you belong to many groups who love you and appreciate you.