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Tuesday 23rd February




Let's get warmed up mathematicians.


Can you name these shapes and tell someone sat next to you a property of a shape. You could use the words:



  • faces. 





You may wish to carry on with yesterday's maths lesson to complete some more of the addition maths questions. 

Otherwise please find the next activities.  


Today's math lesson is all about subtraction. Let's recap different methods and visual representations that you could use to show your working out.


Shared reading 


Let's see what happens next in the story. 

Either re-read from the beginning or scroll through to Tuesday 23rd February. 



In today's lesson we will be reading lots of information books but these will be electronic books rather than paper books. See if you enjoy reading an electronic book or if you prefer paper ones. Once you have read some, and learnt how to use the buttons, you are going to think about which was your favourite and why. Don't forget you can use the audio button on some of the books to listen to the information instead. 

PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education)

This half term our PSHE topic is "Good to be me". This explores how to keep ourselves safe and what our strengths/ areas for improvement are. 

Today we are going to be exploring how to keep ourselves safe, in particular our bodies.


Task 1:

Let's look through the PowerPoint to find out what items around the house are safe to eat and use independently and which ones are not. 
To view the PowerPoint in it's best form after it has been downloaded, select "slideshow" on the top tab and then select "from the beginning". 




Task 2:

Can you try this task? Look at the picture and colour in items that are safe and unsafe to use independently in our homes.





Mindfulness focuses on paying attention to the present moment (thoughts and feelings) as well as the world around you. This can improve mental wellbeing. Try the task below to practise your mindfulness. 


Spellings Activity 

Today's spelling task is all about Common Exception words. These are words that are spelt in an unusual way. They are exceptions to spelling rules or words which use a particular combination of letters to represent sound patterns in an uncommon way. Please see the link below for a list of the common exception words in Key Stage One. You can choose 10 or more of these words to learn to spell. 


If your child would like an extra challenge they can also try to learn to spell the names of numbers too. For example: 25 = twenty five. 

P.E (Physical Education)

Today in P.E we are going to try a variety of challenges set by the APE (Association for Physical Education).

You can show your class teacher your amazing skills using class dojo (messages or portfolio). 


Lesson 4: Rock and roll gymnastics

Lesson 5: Balloon blasting
Lesson 6: Jumping in combination


Let's listen to a story together! Follow the link below.