Tuesday 2nd March 2021
Good morning. Your work for today is posted below. If you have any problems, please get in touch via Class Dojo and we will help.
We will be looking at the "igh" sound in Phonics. I will be hosting a Zoom Phonics lesson at 10.00am and going through this with you then.
This is your Phonics sheet for the week. Each day that we cover a new sound, you can fill in one of the columns.
Please have a pen and paper ready for the Zoom Phonics lesson.
Today in Writing you will be generating adjectives to describe the landmarks in Middlesbrough. For more information, please look at the PPT for the week.
Today we will be looking at comparing objects to 50.
Watch this video then have a go at the worksheet.
This afternoon you will be listening to the Easter story.
Discuss how Jesus was welcomed at the start of the story. Why did people greet Jesus that way? How would you welcome Jesus if he came to visit you?
Write down ideas of how you would welcome Jesus on this palm leaf. You might write "hug", "shake hands" or "wave". You can write down as many ideas as you can think of.
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