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Wednesday 24th June

Good Morning and happy Wednesday! To enjoy today's 'Wonderful Wednesday word' led by Mrs Armstrong-Boyle, please follow the video link below and click on 'Wednesday Word' to join in with today's collective worship celebration! I have also included a copy of the Wednesday word leaflet. smiley

Good Morning 24th June

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Animal challenge!

Today we are going to listen to the story  'Walking through the jungle'. It has lots of jungle animals in it. Can you guess which animal it is from the description? There are two versions of the story - one is the story being read and the second is a song version of the story. Listen carefully to the story and think about the descriptions you hear. Today's challenge I would like you to think of actions for each of the animals and try and tell the story in your own words with actions for each of the animals. If you can you can film your retelling or actions for the story. I would love to see them! Please then choose an animal to draw and write two sentences, one about the way it moves and one about the sounds it makes. Remember to use 'wow' words to describe the animals. Here is my example 'I can see a tiger prowling slowly through the trees. I can hear him roar loudly with a thundering sound.'

Maths

Warm your tens and units / place value brains up with this game. Click on  

'T O' where you see my curser and practice making the numbers given by clicking on the tens and then the units...

Today we will be using your knowledge of tens and units to work out different ways of showing numbers. Follow the power point presentation for lesson 4 and look at the ways the numbers can be compared. Then have a go at the worksheet below. If you would like an extra challenge there is a challenge activity sheet for you to have a go at. smiley

Afternoon Activities

If you haven't already completed one of our topic activities follow the link below to choose one of our activities.smiley

Story time

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