For your warm-up today, first practice your Gem Maths. Next you need to practice your numbers between 30 and 40. Using the 100 square provided in your learning pack, your grown-up needs to say numbers between 30 and 40 and you need to point to them as fast as you can.
Over the next couple of days, we will learn about the different ways addition problems can be presented. Today we are thinking about the concept of 'adding together'. We are going to practice using the + and = symbols and using language such as 'total' and 'altogether'.
We have had plenty of practice of this in school so this is a chance to show off your maths skills! Use things you can find around your home to represent numbers then have a go at solving these calculations. There is then a more challenging reasoning problem for you to attempt afterwards.
Don't forget to keep sending us examples of the great maths work you have been doing.
Now, can you write a set of instructions telling someone how to look after your pet. This needs to include what equipment you need to look after your pet and what they require to survive.
Remember to use fronted adverbials (first, next, then, after, finally) and bossy verbs (you need to, you have to, you must) to tell the person reading the instructions exactly what they need to do to look after their pet.
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We would like you to click on the videos below and watch the phonics lessons 'ea' 'igh' and 'Blending with e' from Letters and Sounds. Activities which you can do to apply the sound are in the video and there are also linked underneath.
After, please watch the videos on the phonics resource and support section which practices all your phonics sounds using the flashcards which we use at school. Have a go at saying the sounds along with Miss Smith. Make sure you are saying the pure sounds accurately.
Don't forget to read your book everyday.