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Good morning children!



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

1:45 / 2:00 - Afternoon Feedback Session


Phase 5 -  's' written as 'sc'

Activity 1: Tricky Word Bingo (please see picture below for the words you need to write on your board for the lesson)

Activity 2: Writing Words

Activity 3: Spelling Snake (picture below)


To make a spelling snake cut a A4 sheet (landscape ways) in half and fold each half in two and cut again.

Look at the 's' sound family words below. 

Each pair of words will have a correct spelling and a wrong spelling.

Use your phonic knowledge about best bet decisions to write the one with the correct spelling on the paper strips. There might be a trick pair where both can be written down.

Use the paper strips to create a paper chain snake.


Extension: Add some more chain links by thinking of your own words to write on paper strips.


cyty city
fancy fanci
sissors scissors
fence fensc
pencyl pencil
bounci bouncy
sience science
dance dansc
sinema cinema
scent cent



Today I would like you to design, make and write an invitation to Sunny's welcome home party!

Remember an invitation usually has a picture on the back and party details on the front.


When designing your picture on the back, in needs to go with the event.

For example a picture of a dog would not be a good choice for a welcome home party for a meerkat family.

I know you haven't received any party invitations for a while but can you think of the details you need on the front?



Who the invite is for (you can invite whoever you like).

Where the party is (think back to the story and where it is set).

What day and time the party is (again think back to the story because Sunny goes home on a certain day in the book).

What kind of party it is (to be written as a sentence: for example - It is a fancy dress party.)

Who the invite is from.


When writing your invite, think hard about your spelling and the sound families we have been learning over the past few weeks. Take your time and make sure your writing is neat and cursive.


Below are some pictures of invitations to inspire you.


I thought we could leave addition and subtraction for a bit and we will recap this again at school.

We are going to be looking at numbers to 50.

Listen and join in with the song below. You can stop it at the number 50 or you can go all the way to 100.

Count to 100 Song | The Singing Walrus

Use the 100 grid in your packs and count all the way 50 (or 100 if you want a challenge).

Fold your 100 grid so only the numbers to 50 are visible.

Close your eyes and point to a random number.

Open your eyes and count to 50 from that number.

Do this two more times.


Repeat with numbers to 100 if you want a challenge.


Now I would like you to put your 100 grid away and this time I would like you to count to 50 from the follow numbers without having it in front of you.








If you find this too hard, practise this for the rest of the week instead of doing the maths work for that day. Start with numbers to 30, then 40, then 50.


Below is a warm up to get you started.

Koo Koo Kanga Roo - Monster Moves

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