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Wednesday 9th February 2021

It's Wellbeing Wednesday! Today we would like you to take time to enjoy a book. We are also going to be making bookmarks for our favourite book, why don't you do this too?

Spellings

Miss Southern's group, Mrs Gorman's group and Miss Bowes' group your spelling this week are:

  1. cry 
  2. fly 
  3. dry
  4. try 
  5. reply 
  6. July 
  7. shy 
  8. spy 
  9. sky
  10. why

Miss Gordon's group, Mr Wishart's group and Ms Smabrook's group your spellings are:

  1. royal 
  2. birth 
  3. rescue
  4. yawn 
  5. asked

Mrs Hope's group, Mr Coyne's group and Miss Mowatt's group your spellings are:

  1. slip
  2. drip
  3. slug

Phonics

Miss Southern's group, Mrs Gorman's group and Miss Bowes' group you will be looking at the long vowel 'i' spelled with a 'y'' at the end of words. 

Miss Gordon's group, Mr Wishart's group and Ms Smabrook's group you will be focusing on the graphemes 'oy, ir, ue and aw'.  Have a look at this video to help you with those sounds.

Phase 5 Phonics | Vowel Digraphs oy ir ue aw | Learn to Blend - YouTube

Mrs Hope's group, Mr Coyne's group and Miss Mowatt's group you will be looking at the 's, i, r and p' sound. Have a look at the video below to help you. 

Phonics | phase 2 | set 2 words | learn to blend | letters and sounds | cvc words s a t p i n m d - YouTube

English

Alliteration

LO: To write sentences containing alliteration.

Alliteration is the repetition of the same sound. For example ‘the slithering, slimy snake’ or ‘the blue, bouncing, beautiful butterfly’.

Task: Using these two pictures create your own sentences containing alliteration about each.

Maths

LO: To count the amount made in coins.

Task: Count how much money is in each purse.

To do this, make sure you count on from the largest value.

Separate the coins into pounds and pence. First, write how many pounds you have altogether. Then count how many pence you have altogether and write this down. The pounds and pence sound be separated by a decimal point (which just looks like a full stop) eg £3.70 is three pounds and seventy pence.

When you answer includes pounds, you must write a £ before you write down the total number of pounds. If you have no pounds, and only have pence, make sure you write a ‘p’ for pence after your answer. The first two have been done as examples for you.

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