Tuesday 21st April
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Choose a Phase 3 sound (e.g. /c/ or /b/), or for an extra challenge, a Phase 3 digraph (e.g. /oo/, /oa/), and find as many objects as you can in your house that contain that sound! Add your beans and sausages to investigate where your chosen sound usually comes in words. Does it usually come at the start, the end or in the middle of words? This can really help your spellings!
Can you think of any other words that contain your sound that you wouldn't be able to find in your house?
Maths - Doubling
To test the skills you learnt yesterday, draw spots onto the other side of the ladybirds to find out what double the number given is! For example, if one wing has 6 spots on, you should draw 6 spots onto the other wing - now how many spots are on the ladybird altogether?
When you have done that, for an extra challenge you can have a go at a doubling race! Each time you double the number you are on you can move one space forward until you reach the end - you might even time yourself to really challenge yourself!
I have attached a video to the bottom of this page to teach you all about the weather! How many different types of weather can you think of? How many different types of weather have you seen since we have been off school? You should then talk to your parents about the different seasons and when we you think we are most likely to see different weather!
To show me what you have learnt, I have set you a task on PurpleMash! You need to create a poster to show me lots of different types of weather - don't forget to label them! I have added an example that I have made (I know it is rubbish, don't laugh at me!) so you know what I mean Don't forget to save your work so I can see it!
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