DAILY STARTER:

2nd March

Make a list of words that begin with the letter ‘b’. How many can you think of? Check that they are spelt correctly.

MATHS:

2nd March

Today we will be, once again,  adding a 1-digit number to a 2-digit number, bridging 10.

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ENGLISH:

2nd March

Listen to/watch the reading of Diary of a Wombat by Jackie French and Bruce Whatley https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7qMMhJ4iiu8

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Look at The Dust Bath. Write a sentence expressing what the wombat thinks about having a dust bath: I had a lovely refreshing dust bath, which really cheered me up.

Would the family feel the same? No! Write a sentence expressing what the family That annoying wombat ruined our barbecue!

Write sentences for wombat and the family on The Mat and The Door.

PHONICS:

Today we are focusing on the ‘o_e’ sound, which makes the same sound as ‘oe’ and ‘o’.

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How many words can you think of that use this sound?

How many items can you find with this sound?

Watch Geraldine the Giraffe here .

ZOOM:

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Today in our Zoom session we will be talking about this picture.

SPELLING & HANDWRITING:

Complete one of the handwriting sheets in your pack, use the guide lines to help you to keep the letters the correct size. Check that you have spelt these words correctly. Can you use these words in sentences of your own. You can either write these or talk about them to someone else. Your sentences must make sense.

Now you can go on to Edshed to play some of the games on there to help you to learn your spellings.

P.E.:

It’s time to get active, choose your own activity from below

Joe Wicks

Cosmic Kids

WIDER CURRICULUM:

2nd March

Read the information sheet about Reginald Mitchell

Now answer the questions – maybe someone in your family knows even more about this important man from Stoke-on-Trent.

Have you driven down Reginald Mitchell way? If so look out for the spitfire by the roundabout.