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Thursday 11th February 2021

Home learning- Thursday 11th February 2021

Collective Worship

Next week is the beginning of lent. Traditionally people think about giving up something for Lent like chocolate, crisps or something else that is not very good for you. Explore some ideas of how Christians ‘Take up’ something during Lent. I wonder what you might do? Look at some of these suggestions. 40acts - The 40-day Lent Generosity Challenge from Stewardship


EnglishWALT – draft a non-fiction text.

Today we are organising our writing for our non-fiction text. We are draft what it will look like. We need to have made the decision about whether we are creating a poster, fact file or zig zag book. Don’t forget to send us your drafts.


RIC: – Please complete the attached RIC questions on Nick Butterworths “After the Storm”


Reading:   Log in to Collins e-books and read on of the selected book. Try and have a go at the activity section.


Phonics: Please spend some time on phonics hero www.phonicshero.com. Watch Lesson 3 - ew new and chew - YouTube where we are looking at the alternative sound for ew.


Maths:    WALT – count in twos

Today we are going to be thinking and discovering how to count in twos. Spr1.7.1 - Count in 2s activity on Vimeo Over today can you please use every opportunity to count in twos.


Safer Internet Day Challenge 

Can you share the story of Detective Digiduck who helps to explain how to be safe and responsible while online. Then do some of the quizzes to test your knowledge.


Topic - WALT: explore shadows and tone / WALT: use materials to experiment with tone


In this lesson, we will be hunting for shadows and exploring the different ways we can use shadows to inspire our drawings. Later, in the lesson, we will begin to discuss 'tone' and experiment with a range of drawing materials to understand a bit more about this term.