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Home Learning Pack 29.06.20

Please find below this week's Home Learning Booklet for W/C 29.06.20 and an Information Powerpoint PDF about Romero Britto - a pop artist!

Week commencing 29/06/20

Terrific Toys!

Our topic, for this half term, is all about terrific toys! This week we will be talking about the toys, that children played with in Victorian times.  We will talk about how rich children played with different toys to poor children.  


We have put together a collection of activities for you to do for week 4 of our new topic, while you are away from school.


Please have fun completing them with your grown ups at home.


Don’t forget to keep reading on the Oxford Owls website and recording it in your reading diaries and playing on our new Numbots games!


We can’t wait to see and hear all about what you have been up to while we are away!


Have fun!


Daily Maths

We continue to use White Rose Maths Lessons (but not quite in the order as as on the WR website). These are now incorporated into our home Learning Booklet. This week you will be learning about MoneyLesson 1: Recognising coins. Lesson 2 and 3: Recognising notes. Lesson 4 and 5: Counting in coins. Please note that the videos for these lessons can be found following this link: from lesson 2 under W/C 29.06.20. The answers are at the bottom of this page. We then go on to recap and practise our knowledge and skills of missing numbers represented in different ways and one more and one less.


Maths homework

This week we are working on   writing numbers from zero to twenty in words. E.g. 1 = one, 2 = two, 3 = three, 4 = four etc.



We will be reading the rest of ‘Traction Man’, this week. We will also read a story called ‘We can play’, using Oxford Owl ebooks (see the link at the bottom of the page) and a poem called ‘The Old Rocking Horse’.



This week we are looking at the graphemes: ay, a-e, ea, e-e, ie. Can you use the words in sentences?












If you require spellings of an easier or harder level for your child, please contact me via Class Dojo or ring the office.