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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

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Tuesday 23rd June

Good morning to you all,

 

Welcome to another day of learning! We hope that you are finding the resources helpful. It's been lovely to see how the children who are back in school are so familiar with the resources we use online. They seem to see Rosie as one of their teachers! smiley 

 

Here is the plan for today:

 

Phonics

Continue to learn your sounds, words and spellings by completing the following 4 Read, Write Inc. lessons:

  • Set 3 Speed Sound Lesson - today's sound you will review is 'ure'
  • Set 3 Spelling Lesson
  • Reading Red Words 2 
  • Reading Longer words - you will read Green words focusing on the sounds 'oi/oy'. 

Each video is only 10/15 minutes long and they are available to watch from 9.30am. You can watch these anytime within 24 hours.

Reading

Please read the non-fiction text 'Our Incredible Planet' a second time. Then answer the questions at the back of the book. You can answer these questions through discussion or write in your Home Learning book.

Maths

Today's maths lesson focuses on partitioning numbers and follows on from yesterday's lesson. You can start the lesson playing a game of bingo (follow the link below). Then share the PowerPoint presentation lesson 3 and discuss the following questions:

 

What is the missing part?
Can you identify the whole from the given parts?
How many hundreds? tens? ones?
__ hundreds, __ tens, __ ones = ____.

 

You should find a worksheet in your Home Learning pack called 'Partitioning Numbers' to complete. There's also a game which you can play if you wish. 

Topic

Visit the topic page to choose a lesson for this afternoon. Have fun. smiley

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