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Thursday 11th February



Literacy - 45 minutes
Class Story - 15 minutes
Guided Reading - 30 minutes
Maths - Starter - 15 minutes
Maths Main - 45 minutes
Mrs Wordsmith - 15 minutes
Spellings - 15 minutes
 French - 45 minutes
PE - 45 minutes



Please also remember to complete your reading for 20 minutes a day. Once you have finished your reading book, complete an AR test using the useful links page (tree icon).

Also, please complete 10 minutes of consolidating your times tables and division facts by using TTRockstars. The link for this is also on the useful link page (tree icon).


L.O. I am 'publishing' my story (part 1)

Today, go back through all the writing from your story. This should all have been edited yesterday. Your task today is to piece the paragraphs together to be one whole story. You will need to ensure that your story flows, which may involve some additional writing to bridge the gaps.

Class Story

In school an adult will read to you for approximately 15 minutes a day. We have chosen to read to you Harry Potter, a well known children's story, with Bloomsbury's permission.

Thursday Class Story

Guided Reading

L.O. I can review a text.

Go back through the texts from this week. Select your favourite and explain what it was about it that made it the best one for you.

Maths - Starter

Go through the activities on the attached ppt. I am talking through them but feel free to mute and go through at your own pace. 

Maths Warm up - Multiplying and dividing by 10, 100 and 1,000

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Maths - Main

L.O. I can solve multi-step word problems which include the four operations.

Watch the video attached, which will break down how to work through multi-step word problems. Then complete the questions on the attached worksheet.

Maths word problems

Mrs Wordsmith

Today, revise the five words below, which you were introduced to in Autumn Term. Write five sentences, showing your understanding of each of the words.




Below are your spellings for this week. These words are pairs of homophones. They sound the same, but they are spelt differently and have different meanings. Sometimes their meanings are linked, other times they have completely different meanings. Today, I would like you to go through these homophones and make sure that you understand the meaning of each word. Remember to pay careful attention to the spelling.


Group One 

advice, device, practice, licence, prophecy, advise, devise, practise, license, prophesy, ascent, assent, cereal, serial


Group Two

appliance, reliance, compliance, defiance, variance, assurance, endurance, insurance, appearance, clearance, forbearance, hesitance, dominance, tolerance


Group Three

load, oak, boat, coat, foam, goat, loaf, toast, float, coach


It is our last week of our weather topic. Today I would like you to log onto the Language Angel home learning page attached (username: ManeaC1355 password: lahome) and click on intermediate > unit 10. If you click on any of the lessons, it will give you an option of going into the games arcade. In there, you will find an assortment of weather games to test your learning of the module. Have fun!


Attached is a PE with Joe Wicks video for you to follow along to at home. I know the weather is a bit unpredictable this week, but getting outside for a walk, jog or some exercises in the garden has many benefits. Feel free to send in ideas for ways you have been keeping active during lockdown. 

PE With Joe 2021 | Monday 8th Feb