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W/C 8/6/20

Topic - Ladybirds 


Good morning all!

This week we are learning all about ladybirds, their life cycle, the names of different parts of them and how they are useful insects! Please find a list of activities, work and useful links below. If you come up with a cool activity let us know! We look forward to seeing what you have come up with.

Thank you kindly,
Miss Watt


-Write a sentence about a ladybird, for example 'The ladybird has six spots.' If you are feeling ambitious extend your sentence and add an 'and' or 'because' in there, for example 'The ladybird is sad because the sweets are gone.'
-Ladybirds don't just come in red! Research and see if you can see all the different colours ladybirds come in and where you might find them. Draw a picture and write their habitat underneath.
-Write a book review for 'What the Ladybird Heard.'


What the Ladybird Heard | What the Labybug Heard | stories read aloud

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CBeebies EXCLUSIVE clip - Minibeast Adventure - Ladybirds

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Talk for Writing - Boy Who Cried Wolf - Week Two

Good Morning all,

This week we are going to carry on learning the tale of the boy who cried wolf. Last week we learnt and became familiar with the story so this week we are going to look at the characters and structure of the story (beginning, middle and end) and look at writing some of our own sentences or stories! Please find a list of activities and work below, let us know how you get on!

Thank you kindly,
Miss Watt


-Complete the story mountain for the story, what happens when? If you have done that and are feeling ambitious try and come up with a beginning, middle and end to your own story!
-Write a sentence about how the villagers are feeling towards the boy, 'They are mad because...' 'They do not believe the boy because...' Or write a sentence about what you think the boy has learned 'The boy has learned...'.
-Draw a picture of the boy and label how he behaves at the beginning/end of the story-can you spot the difference?

Maths - Patterns 

Good morning all,

This week in maths we are going to be looking at patterns, they are all around us from nature, to clothes and numbers! We are going to be concentrating on repeating a one, two or three step pattern in different colours, shapes or numbers. Please find a list of activities and links below. Let us know how you get on!

Thank you kindly,
Miss Watt

Banana Banana Meatball - Blazer Fresh | GoNoodle

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The Patterns Practice Song | Math Songs | Scratch Garden

The Patterns Practice Song teaches basic pattern recognition. Watch this math for kids song and you will be learning patterns with colors, shapes and numbers...

Numberblocks - Pattern Palace | Learn to Count

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Phonics - New Sounds

Please find some writing activities below based on new sounds that you have learnt.