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Week 6 (27th April - 1st May)

Friday 1st May 2020

 

Good morning to you.  I hope the weather is better for you and the sun stays out! Its the end of the week so try and do as much of the work as you can laugh

 

Reading - at least 10 minutes

 

Nessy - Monkey Town - at least 10 minutes 

 

Common Exception Words - Pick up to 5 unticked words from your list and 'Look, say, cover, write, check'.  For an extra challenge, can you write sentences including these words? Look at or use the 'Spelling practise' sheet below to help.

Optional Reading Comprehension Task

 

Read or ask your parent/sibling to read the text and then answer the question out loud or in your books.

Handwriting

Today is handwriting practice so first warm up your fingers by joining in with the video below. Then practise your 'e' and 'f'. Keep it neat and don't rush!

Complete the Maths task below:
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Lean On Me 2020

The staff at Manor Primary have a message for you...

Thursday 30th April 2020

 

Good morning! Please find below the work for today.  You can always email me if you need help and I will do my best to reply as soon as I can.

 

Reading - at least 10 minutes

 

Nessy - Reading and Spellings - at least 10 minutes

 

Tricky spellings - Colours  - Either click on the link 'Spooky Spellings' and then click on '2' to practise spelling your colours or put 5 different coloured objects on a tray.  Get your parent to remove one without you looking. Can you write down the colour of the missing object? There is a sheet below that may help you with the spelling.

FrankenCrayon By Michael Hall

Watch Frankencrayon and then pick one or two of the activities.

Jaime's Brain Breaks | 11. Deep Sea Core Strength

Pick one of the Maths Tasks below

Watch the video and complete the questions on the worksheet.

Maths Task 2 - Complete the pizza task.  I've also added a Fraction Dice Game to play with a partner, if you can.

Wednesday 29th April 2020

 

Hello to you all on a slightly cold morning and I hope you are all well.  Its been really good to get some updates and work from you.  Your parents will be getting an invitation soon for you all to attend a Goldfinch online video chat with myself, Mrs Syrad and Miss Beasley.  It will be really good to see all your faces.  Keep safe smiley

 

Reading - at least 10 minutes

 

Nessy - Reading and Spelling - at least 10 minutes

 

Common Exception Words -  Noughts and Crosses - pick a word each from your list and play noughts and crosses 

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Have a movement break and join in with Tiny T-Rex's adventure!

Tiny the T-Rex | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

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Pick one of the Maths Tasks
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Fantastic learning at home

Tuesday 27th April 2020

 

Good morning to you all.  Please find below the work for today:

 

Reading - at least 10 minutes

 

Nessy - Reading and spelling - at least 10 minutes

 

Common Exception Words - write 4 common exception words on 4 upside down cups.  Close your eyes while a small toy is hidden under one of them.  Say and write the word on the cup where you think the toy is hidden.  Were you right?

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Memory game - use 3 identical cups. Hide a toy underneath one and then move the cups around.  Can you pick the cup which has the toy hidden underneath it?
Pick one of these Maths Tasks

Monday 27th April 2020

 

Good morning to you all.  I hope you are all okay and looking after yourselves.  All of us in Goldfinch are really missing you. We are going to try and set up some sessions online so we can seeing your smiling faces and talk to you in small groups.  Parents, I will be in touch this week to see if this is possible smiley

 

Reading - at least 10 minutes.  Remember to check out the free ebook library and pick a book that most suits your child's needs.

 

Nessy - Reading and spelling - at least 10 minutes

 

Common Exception Words - Spread your word cards out on a table or the floor.  Your parent shouts out a word and you swat it.

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English Task: You or your parent/sibling read through the book.  Find the rhyming words and complete the questions on the sheet.
Pick one of the Maths tasks below:

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Now, can you fill up containers and describe them using the words - full, almost full, empty, almost empty e.g. The glass is full.

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