Wednesday 27th January
English (9:00 - 9:50)
Please log into Teams for a 20 minute English input where Miss Morgan will read the story. After that, choose a few parts of the story which were your favourite and act them out - ask an adult to take a photo to send to Miss Morgan. You can watch the story again on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lO_B7CT_-Cs
You can use the story board below to help with the acting too:
Independent Reading (9:50-10:00)
Log into Oxford Owl and choose a book to read from your coloured reading band. The log in for the website is:
Mum and dad took Polly to the pet shop to pick a pet. They saw a big fat cat having a nap.
Next, the pet shop keeper said that Polly could look at the dogs. She skipped into the back to look at the dogs and the dogs barked. Dad put Ben the dog on his lap and Ben fell asleep.
Then, the shop keeper said that Polly could have a look at the rats, but Polly said no. Mum and Dad asked Polly to pick a pet. She picked Ben the Dog.
Music (10:35 - 11:35)
Please click on the link to the Oak National Academy website. Please complete Lesson 3 of the 'Pulse' unit.
Handwriting (11:35 - 11:45)
Please complete the following handwriting practice in your red handwriting books. Please write a whole line of each letter. Remember to write and underline today's date: 27.1.21
Maths (1:50 - 1:05)
Please log into Microsoft Teams for a 20 minute maths input.
Then complete pages 154-156 in your Power Maths book.
Phonics (1:50 - 2:10)
Watch and join in with the pre-recorded phonics lesson for your group. We have emailed you with details of which video your child should watch and join in with.
Please use Phonics play:
You may log in with the following details:
Phase 5 phonics session 27.01.21
Phase 5 phonics task 27.01.21
History (2:10 - 3:20)
Please click on the link below to watch the episode of Magic Grandad which shows us all sorts of toys from the Victorian times. As you are watching it, you need to look out for and remember the different toys and their names.
Now, remember as many of the Victorian toys as possible and have a go at drawing and labelling them. Watch the video below to see Miss Morgan's example.