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Monty and I are putting our heads together! Keep checking back on this page so we can keep learning together........

Monty and I are putting our heads together! Keep checking back on this page so we can keep learning together........ 1

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Please contact me if you have any questions regarding the work set or you would like to share anything with me.

P.E. with Joe

P.E. with Joe 1

Maths- Let's continue our unit on Fractions!

Maths- Let's continue our unit on Fractions! 1

English (Writing)- Across the week use all your learning about descriptive writing to plan, write, edit and publish a description of this image from Julia Donalson's The Snail and the Whale. (Click on the image to enlarge) Use the success criteria attached below to help you include everything we learnt about together! I'd love to see your finished descriptions! Please email them into school at the end of the week.

English (Writing)- Across the week use all your learning about descriptive writing to plan, write, edit and publish a description of this image from Julia Donalson's The Snail and the Whale. (Click on the image to enlarge) Use the success criteria attached below to help you include everything we learnt about together! I'd love to see your finished descriptions! Please email them into school at the end of the week. 1

Phonics Learning

Phonics Learning 1

Story time with David Walliam

Story time with David Walliam 1

Are you feeling worried about anything?

Are you feeling worried about anything? 1

Art

Art 1

This imagination project involves creating an animal of your very own and drawing or painting it. Think about what this animal looks like. How tall is it? Does it have wings? Does it have claws? Where does it live? What does it eat? How long does it live?

 

You could even write a story or description to go with your picture.

Science

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Can you set up an experiment at home? Place an object inside a container that can hold water. Collect some cling film, tin foil, a plastic bag, tissue and kitchen roll. If these aren't available select a different material instead. Place the material you want to test over the lid of the container and secure it with string or an elastic band. Pour a little water on top. Wait and watch! What happens? Does your object inside the container remain dry? Is the material waterproof?

Before you start try to predict what may happen!

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