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Tuesday 7th July

Good morning Drake class! We hope you are having a good week so far! Don't forget today is the last day to send Mrs Smith your video's and pictures for St Paul's got talent if you would like to share your talent with everyone! keller@stpauls.sch.uk

A huge thank you for those of you who have sent us a video and dropped off a picture for your buddy they are wonderful and they will mean so much to your buddy! If you haven't had chance please can you send a short video via Tapestry or email to us and if you would like to draw a picture you can drop them at the school office by Friday please! smiley

Good morning 7th July

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Phonics

Please continue to join the Read write inc lessons following the link. All the lessons are now available from 9.30 am each morning. You might want to complete the spelling lesson too.

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

There are also some lessons for reading longer words if your child is becoming confident with set 3 sounds they might like to have a go at this lesson or there are some lessons for teaching the 'red' or tricky words which would be a great extra activity for practising those tricky words. You will find that some of the lessons are repeating but it is still good to practise the sounds to keep them fresh in you head!

Animal challenge

This week we are going to think again about the story 'The mixed up Chameleon'. Watch the story again and think about the colours he is able to change into. Today you are going to think of your own story about the Chameleon going for a walk. Where might he go? What things might he pass on his way? As he passes different things describe what colours he might turn? You might like to draw a picture for each of the things he passes too. Follow the link below if you would like to watch the story again and I have also done an example story but I'm sure your stories will be much more exciting! laugh

Maths

Click below to find today's new activity

Have a look at our afternoon activities to choose one of our topic based lessons.smiley

Story time

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