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W/C Monday 14th June 2021

In English this week we will be continuing our work on poetry. Please see the links below:

How to write a poem - BBC Bitesize

What are rhyming words? - BBC Bitesize

Pie Corbett - Writing a shape poem - Bing video

Write a Shape Poem - Bing video

How to Write Acrostic Poems | Twinkl Parents - Bing video

 

In Maths this week we will be problem solving:

Year 1 – To solve practical problems involving Number Bonds

Exploring problems involving addition and subtraction (thenational.academy)

Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practise for 6-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk)

Daily 10 - Mental Maths Challenge - Topmarks

Ten Frame (nctm.org)

Year 2 – To solve practical problems involving Times Tables (2, 5 and 10)

Times tables games - Timestables.co.uk

Hit the Button - Quick fire maths practise for 6-11 year olds (topmarks.co.uk)

Coconut Multiples - Reinforce Times Tables (topmarks.co.uk)

Maths Fishing - Multiplication - Mathsframe

 

In Science this week we will be continuing our unit on Animals including Humans. Please see the links below:

Year 1 – Amphibians

What are amphibians? - BBC Bitesize

Amazing amphibians - KS1 Science - BBC Bitesize

Year 2 – Pond Habits

What is a habitat? (thenational.academy)

What is a pond habitat? - BBC Bitesize

 

In RE this week we will be looking at Old Testament stories and Parables . Please see the link below:

Children's Old Testament Stories (biblesnet.com)

The Parables Of The Rich Fool | English | Parables Of Jesus - Bing video

 

In History we will be continuing our unit on Significant People. Please see the links below:

Significant people - KS1 History - BBC Bitesize

Who was Florence Nightingale? - BBC Bitesize

Who helped flight take off? - BBC Bitesize

Who was Rosa Parks? - BBC Bitesize

Who was Neil Armstrong? - BBC Bitesize

Who was William Shakespeare? - BBC Bitesize

 

 

In D&T this week we will be continuing our unit on Food by exploring food from around the world and the process of making cheese and milk. Please see the links below:

Where do our fruit and vegetables come from? (thenational.academy)

Where food comes from - KS1 Design and Technology - BBC Bitesize

Food groups - KS1 Design and Technology - BBC Bitesize

Food miles and the environment - BBC Bitesize

 

Some more links to explore:

PE - Cosmic Kids Yoga - YouTube

Music - Tempo, Dynamics, Timbre - Oak National Academy (thenational.academy)

Phonics - PhonicsPlay

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