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St Philip Howard
Catholic Primary School
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This weeks key learning:
Maths - I know how to double, half, group and share amounts.
English - I can read and spell once, there. I can write a sentence using these words.
(Always remembering that every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop.)
Phonics - I know all the ai alternate family sounds. (a-e, eigh, ey, ei)
Religious Education - Easter, Know that we celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus at Easter. Reflect on how we do this.
Maths - Please follow the link below to 'White Rose Maths home learning.
This weeks lessons are 'Summer Term - Week 1'.
Watch the lessons, then complete the worksheet activity. (If you can not print out the worksheet, you can write your answers using your whiteboard.)
English (once there)
Phonics - This weeks sounds are the 'ai' alternate family sounds.
We have linked this weeks Bug Club books to the 'ai' sound.
Dave's Big Day
I Will Amaze You!
The Runaway Train
and complete the activities.
Below are some resources/activities to help the children identify and read words with 'ai' alternate family sounds.
Religious Education - The Resurrection (Easter)
Please read the story and answer the relating questions.
Some additional learning opportunities!
There are a few significant events happening this week, that could provide other learning opportunities.
It is the Queen's 94th Birthday on Tuesday. Perhaps you and your family might like to celebrate by making crowns, cards, decorations and perhaps even a cake.
It is Earth Day on Wednesday. Lets think about all the wonderful things on our Earth we are thankful for. Spend some time outside. Think of ways you can look after the Earth, do you recycle? Perhaps you could start today. You could clean up some litter, plant a tree, or simply enjoy companionship with nature! Walk through the woods in search of emerging wildflowers and green moss. (We would love to see pictures)
It is St George's Day on Thursday. He is the patron saint of England. What do you know about St George's day and how it is celebrated?
Below are some additional resources you may find helpful.
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