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Friday 15th January 2021

Here are your activities for today – Friday 15th January 2021.


Phonics:  Logon to Phonics hero https://phonicshero.com/ and complete the next activity. Read the Phoneme Story Spotter – The Old Pony. Look for and highlight the different spellings of the oa sound. Play Buried Treasure on phonics play. Buried Treasure (phonicsplay.co.uk)


Guided Reading: Logon to Purple Mash. Read Chapter five of ‘Watch out! River Running Wild’ and complete the quiz.


GPS:  Write out the words below twice on a piece of paper.












Turn the paper over and play matching pairs.

Remember to practise this week’s spellings: hero, echo, snow, spoke, phone


English:  Today we will be writing a character description. See PDF for your work.  


Maths: Today we will be focusing on the 10 times table. Watch this video which will take you though some examples and then complete the worksheet. You can write out your answers you do not need to print out your sheet. Watch this video: Spr2.2.5 - 10 times-table on Vimeo


Topic Science Part 1: - WALT observe and describe what happens to the heart when we exercise.


Take part in a relaxation session and monitor how your breathing feels or changes. How many breaths are you taking per minute? Guided Meditation for Children | Your Secret Treehouse | Relaxation for Kids - YouTube


Measure your pulse rate. At the wrist, lightly press the index and middle fingers of one hand on the opposite wrist, just below the base of the thumb. At the neck, lightly press the side of the neck, just below your jawbone. Count the number of beats in 15 seconds, and multiply by four. That's your heart rate!


Science Part 2: Take part in a workout with Jo Wicks. 5 Minute Move | Kids Workout 1 | The Body Coach TV - YouTube Measure your pulse before and directly afterwards and compare results. What patterns can you see in your results?  Can you explain what you have discovered?


Note: Exercise makes your muscles stronger and your body more flexible. It burns off extra calories from food and also makes you feel good.