• School will be closed on Monday 3rd May for May Day Bank Holiday and Thursday 6th May for voting.

Home Learning 1.7.20

Wednesday 1st July 2020

Hello Lions and Tigers!

We hope that you enjoyed yesterday’s activities and are ready for some more!

On the front of your folder is either a yellow, blue, or red sticker.  Please complete the activity with your grown up that matches the colour on your folder.

Remember to share your reading book or another story every day, this is the most important thing you can do!

If you have a phonics folder, please continue to practise the sounds you have already been taught.  Make sure that you can use the sounds you know to read unfamiliar words.

English – All groups

Today we would like you to introduce the bad character into your story.  How might Jasmine and Aladdin have met him?  What might he have done to them?  (eg turned them into animals/put a spell on them/captured them/ etc).  Story tell this next part of your story.

Maths – Red and Blue:

Answer the word problems

  • Max ran > 12 miles but < 23 miles. How many miles could Max have run?
  • Val has < 9 stickers. How many could she have?
  • John ate < 15 buns but > 5 buns.  How many could he have eaten?

      Can you think of some of your own number sentences using the signs?

Yellow

– Write any number in the space that makes the number sentence correct:

4 < ………          10 > ……           14 =…….           ……. < 9

15 >…….           …….. > 30         19 < ……..         26 = ………

36 < ………        41 > ……           52 = …….         ……. < 66

Geography  – Thinking back to last week’s learning about settings for Disney films, today we would like you to choose one of the settings and find out more about it.  How far is it from where you live?  How is it different to where you live?  Is the climate hot or cold?  Would you like to live there?  As a reminder, here are the films and the settings that you were looking at:

‘Brave’ – Scotland

‘Moana’ – Hawaii

‘Mary Poppins’ – London

‘Lion King’ – Kenya

‘Beauty and the Beast’ – France

‘Mulan’ – China