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3.) Wednesday 3rd March


Wednesday 3rd March

Butterflies and Dragonflies





9:00 – 9:15




Daily Teams Meeting



9:15 – 10:00

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Please take part in the relevant speed sound lesson:


Set 2 lessons (pink and orange groups)





Set 3 lessons (yellow, blue and grey groups)






Please email your teacher to find out which group your child is in if you are not sure.


Then, read a book to practise your reading. Use the Oxford Owl e-books or the books on the website under: classes, key stage 1 reading.

Read each book 3 times over 3 days as follows:

1st day – read to decode the words and make sure you can read every word in the book.


2nd day – read the book again and try to read with fluency and expression.


3rd day – read the book again and answer the comprehension questions at the end.


If you are in guided reading, please read chapter 8 of

‘The Worst Witch’ by Jill Murphy and answer the questions in full

sentences.  We look forward to reading your answers.





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Can you unscramble these anagrams of 5 of our spellings?

  1. lebat
  2. ddelri
  3. elzdaz
  4. ileltt
  5. pplae







Watch Mrs Smith’s wellbeing session:













Breaktime - have a healthy snack and play.


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L.O. To understand how to solve two step problems (understanding)

SC1: I can recognise a two step problem.

SC2: I can identify the first and second step.

SC3: I can represent the problem in a bar model.



Please watch today’s video tutorial:





Task 1 at approximately 3 minutes – write down which questions

are 1 step or 2 step following the video


Task 2 at 12:29 – draw out the problem to identify the steps

in this problem:


A gardener was selling plants. He sold 20 in the morning, 15 in the

afternoon and had 20 left at the end of the day. How many plants

did he start with?


Task 3 at 14:35 – represent the above problem in a bar model

(optional, for those wanting to have a go at at least

challenge 2 later on).


Task 4 at the end of the video – choose a challenge and work

through the word problems on the class page. You do not need

to solve the problems, just draw the problems out to identify the steps.


If you would like more support with this, please watch this video which breaks challenge 1 down step by step:






Optional extension:







11:45 – 12:45

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LO: To write an informal letter (applying)

SC1: I can use the correct layout

SC2: I can use the correct geographical facts

SC3: I can sue the additional features of a letter


Please watch the video tutorial and complete the task set:





Task 1 at 1:20: Recap prior learning on the features of an

informal letter


Task 2 at 2:55: Write the address, date and start of your letter


Task 3 at 3:49: Write your introduction


Task 4 at 5:08: Write the main body of your letter using your plan

from yesterday


Task 5 at 6:18: Sign off your letter and add an optional P.S


Task 6 at 8:35: Complete your evaluation.


For additional support watch:




As an optional extension: Use your plan you made yesterday

for writing an introduction and make your introduction the

best it can be.






Lunchtime and playtime





1:45 – 3:00



Optional afternoon activities


Please see this video to view the different challenges you could take

part in this week:





It is up to you how many of these challenges you do, if any.

You could do all 5 challenges (1 each day) or you could select something

that really interests you and do that every afternoon for the week.

It’s totally up to you!


Resource: challenges week 2















Story time


Watch story time with Mrs Clarke:








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