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Tuesday 30th June

Good morning everyone! Hope you are all well!


Just a reminder about video good luck messages for our Yr 6 Buddies please. Thank you so much to those who have already sent them in. We had a look at them in school last week and they are great!

It has been fantastic to see how you are engaging with some of the ideas on the class web page. Remember these are ideas which you can extend, adapt or change keeping the interests and ability of your child in mind.

Our  Out and About topic continues with the storybook 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch' by Ronda Armitage.  Activity ideas from the story will include making a picnic menu and looking at healthy food.


Please get in touch via email if you have any questions or there is anything you would like help with.


Challenge of the day!




What healthy food do you like to eat? Draw a picture.



Daily Phonics lesson:
It is great that you are keeping going with the Daily Phonics lesson. It is so important that you don't forget the 45 phonemes that you have learnt and that you remember all the Phase 2, 3 and 5 Tricky Words. 

Please remember that if you feel that your child needs more practise at Phase 3/4 please revisit our previous lessons and also use your child's Home Learning Book to consolidate prior learning. 


We have looked at the first set of Phase 5 phonics and for the rest of this term we will now be consolidating Phase 3/4/5 learning ready for Year 1.


Remember - Practise makes Better!!

1. The ABC Song

It's the classic ABC song with captial and lowercase letters.

2.   Today we will play sentence substition. Read a sentence and then swap one word for another one -


3.   Lets play an alien word game -


4.   Can you write these Phase 4 sentences? You say this sentence, sound out each word and your child writes it down. Watch out for the tricky words - 


I  had  plums  for  a  healthy  snack.

It  is  good  to  eat  healthy  food.

You  can  have  a  little  bit  of  chocolate.


Remember  - Start your sentence with a capital letter.

     Leave finger spaces.

         End your sentence with a full stop.

      Read your sentence


           Well done!   yes


I can rote count mulitples of 10

I can recognise and record multiples of 10

Count Together by 10's | Counting Workout for Kids | Jack Hartmann

Count by 10's and exercise with Jack Hartmann. Build your body and brain with this count by 10's video. Count by 10's to 100 and build your brain and body.

                              'Cuppa Tea'game

You need: colouring pens or crayons.

• The multiples of 10, numbers ending in a zero, are special.

• We need to recognise them and distinguish them from the teen numbers (thirteen, fourteen, fifteen… etc.). These numbers end ---teen.

• The multiples of 10 from 20 to 90 all end ---ty, so we call them the ‘cuppa tea’ numbers to stress the last syllable ----ty.
What to do
o Count along the grid. Get to the end of the first row and start on the second row.
o Every time you come to a ‘cuppa tea’ number, colour it.
o Also colour the cup of tea in the row at the bottom.
o Write the multiple of ten below the cup. The first one is done for you.
o Continue until you reach the end of the grid.
o Count along the cups, saying the name of each number clearly.


      Challenge - Can you count along and write the multiples of ten on each cup?



I can label parts of a lighthouse

The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch - Give Us A Story!

Mr. Grinling, the lighthouse keeper, finds himself in a titanic battle between good and evil with some ravenous seagulls. See how he comes out on top with a .little help from Mrs Grinling.

When you have watched the story video you might want to watch yesterday's video about lighthouses again.

Today's task is to label parts of a lighthouse. The worksheet labels gives you the first letter as a clue.


I can sort healthy and unhealthy foods

I can talk about why too much sugar, fat and salt is not good for my body

Watch this video on Espresso about healthy and unhealthy food.


You can also have a go at this sorting activity.


How about having a look in your kitchen cupboards with your child?  Help them to sort your food into 2 sets - healthy and unhealthy.