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Wednesday 8th July

Good morning and Happy Wednesday! Today our 'Wonderful Wednesday Word' is being celebrated by Mrs Smith on zoom. Please go to Tapestry for the meeting ID. Please make sure that you log in with your child's first name and last initial , so that it will be clear who is joining the meeting, to ensure that the meeting is secure.  Please keep your microphone muted  (until it's time to sing or join in prayers), Enjoy and I hope to see you singing along! laugh

Good morning 8th July

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We continue to follow the read write inc videos and they are a fantastic way to recap a sound or learn a new one. There are also the other videos you can choose if you feel confident with your sounds. You might like to try the spelling videos or green words, there is also the red word practise and if you are feeling like a challenge you could try the 'reading longer words' or the 'hold a sentence' videos. smiley


Today we are going to read 'The troll in the pond' again. Please remember to read the sounds, Green Words and Red Words before reading the book.  If this book is too tricky you can choose one of the red or green books. As today is the second time you are reading this book it will hopefully be a little easier and we can concentrate on reading more fluently. When you have read it can you draw a picture of your own troll, they could look like Trog and be grumpy or they could be a design of your own. Then can you think of words to describe your troll, eg tall, grumpy, sweet, hairy, think of as many words to describe your troll as you can. If you would like an extra challenge write a sentence about your troll.

Please click below to find today's maths activity.

Afternoon activities

Click below to find our topic based activities. You might like to find out about how to look after a pet in this week's science lesson.

Story time

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