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Wednesday

Wednesday 15th July

English
Spelling/Grammar

Spellling rule: The /n/ sound can be spelt as ‘kn’ and ‘gn’ at the beginning of words.

Watch this short video to find out more:

Write the words which follow this rule to match the pictures below. Now write each word in a sentence. Don’t forget your punctuation!

 

Reading/ Writing activity

Yesterday you wrote a plan for your writing about your chosen topic. Today I would like you write it using your plan and your mind map to help you.

 

Before you start, look at this example which shows you where some of the features of information writing are. We learnt about this last week.

 

 

Now it’s your turn! Write your information about your chosen topic, setting it out just like the example above.

 

*CHALLENGE – Can you use different conjunctions in your sentences to make them longer?

 

*EXTRA CHALLENGE – Can you use different types of sentences in your writing? E.g. questions, statements and exclamations?

 

 

Maths

Fluency

What are all the number bonds that make 100 (just in groups of 10) e.g. 10 + 90 = 100, 60 + 40 = 100 etc

 

 

Maths

 

Today we would like you to practice drawing 2d shapes.

 

*IMPORTANT – Regular shapes have sides of equal length (except the rectangle of course!)

Here’s a few ways you can do this:

  • Use a ruler and a pencil – make sure you measure the sides carefully as you draw them.
  • Use dotted paper (or draw a dotted grid) to help you draw the shapes.
  • Use this website which has the dotted paper – drawn out for you https://nrich.maths.org/dottyGrid/#/

 

*CHALLENGE 1:

Draw a large rectangle.

Draw a square inside the rectangle.

Draw a triangle underneath the rectangle.

Draw a pentagon that is bigger than the square.

Can you give instructions to someone else in your home to help them draw different shapes?

 

*CHALLENGE 2:

 

 

Other subjects (topic work/ foundation subjects)

RE

This topic’s learning is all about ‘good news’ Can you think of some good news that you have had in the past?

 

Today we are going to think about the ‘good news’ of welcoming a new baby. Read the activities below and complete:

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