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Good Morning 30th March

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Monday prayer


This week we will be reflecting on the Easter story. Below is a link to a power point presentation of the Easter story. Click on the link and scroll to the bottom of the page and click on the easy Easter story presentation to open the power point. Please read the story and then there is a booklet with each part of the Easter story, either print out the booklet and complete a page each day describing what happens in each part of the story or you could write each part of the story in your home learning book and draw your own picture. Remember capital letters at the beginning of your sentences and full stops at the end. Use your phonics knowledge to sound out your words and read your work back to make sure it makes sense.


Easter story booklet


Please find the resources below for your maths activities. There is a power point presentation, learning about ordering numbers 0-50. Please work through lesson 1 then write numbers on small pieces of paper or post it notes (0-50). Choose 3 random numbers and place them in order from smallest to largest. Repeat with different numbers. Then repeat by choosing 4 numbers and then 5 numbers. To challenge yourself further print off the representation of numbers worksheet (below). Cut these out and then order them. There is a game you could have a go at playing once you have finished: 



I hope you've had chance to start your day again with Joe Wicks if not you can watch again following the link below!

You will find some challenges to complete at home to practise your skills with balls, you could even challenge a family member to a competition, remember to blog about which were your favourite activities.

Story time

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Easter Fun- have a go at making the Easter basket.