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White Court School

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20.01.21

Literacy

Handwriting 

Watch the video below and look carefully at the formation of the letter 't'. Using your finger and a tray of salt, sugar or sand, can you write the letter 't' correctly? 

 

Letter t

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Kim’s Game - what is missing?

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The Enormous Turnip - Spot the Difference

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Continue to learn 'The Enormous Turnip' story with the Pie Corbett actions.  

Looking at the two pictures from this story, can you spot the differences between them? There are six differences in total, can you find them all? 

*Challenge* - write down the differences in your neatest cursive handwriting.  This could be words or sentences.  

For example - 'red shoes' or 'The woman is wearing red shoes'. 

When writing a sentence, remember to use a capital letter, finger spaces and a full stop.

The Enormous Turnip - Spot the Difference - ANSWERS

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Mathematics

Read the subtraction sentences out-loud.

Complete the subtraction with practical objects.

 

Make a number fan to display the answer.

Starter Challenge - Less Than

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Subtraction Sentences

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Writing Numbers | Number Songs | PINKFONG Songs for Children

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Phonics

Segment and blend.

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Wednesday- ai- Part One

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Wednesday- ai- Part Two

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Phase 3 Phonics | ai Digraph

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Alphablocks Series 3 - Train

Tricky Words and Sight Words Song

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Welly Wednesday

Visit a local forest or park.

Focus on using mathematical language (longest, shortest, tallest, biggest, heaviest, lightest) 

Who has the biggest stick? Whose is the heaviest? Can you find the tallest tree? 

Lark The Shark

Yesterday, lots of you joined in a special story session to listen to the new story Lark The Shark.

Did you enjoy the story?

We have a little activity for you to do. 

1) Can you research and find out 3 facts about sharks? You can record your facts or even write them down!

2) Can you cut and stick all the words that rhyme with shark onto our shark?  

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