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Wednesday 6th January 2021

Wednesday 6th  January 2021

 

Below you can find the lessons we are doing in class today and the order of our learning. However, if you are learning from home, you can do the lessons in whichever order you wish, as long as you try and complete all of them every day, where possible. Make sue that you post your online work onto the blog or save it as a file on the jit5 app write!

 

For each remote task you do from the timetable you will get 5 house points each- this means you can earn more than 50 house points or class dojos every day! We are using the class dojo house point system instead of j2stars and I will be announcing the three winners with the most house points every week. Everybody's points have been reset to 0 so there is all to play for! I need to see your work to give you the house points so make sure you either upload your work or pictures of it to the blog or complete it on jit and save it as a j2file. For any help on how to do this please click on the link below. The top three children each week will receive a special treat from me when they return to school. Have fun and earn lots of house points!

 

https://www.olstrose.bham.sch.uk/help-and-information/

 

There is one thing you need to do first however! Before you get started with your learning and begin your day of remote learning please make sure that you follow the registration link below and register that you are here online and reading to learn!

Basic Skills/ Maths 4 A Day

 

 

Maths 4 A Day PPT

Collective Worship

 

Please click on the picture below to go to the Collective Worship we are doing in class this week.

 

 

 

Phonics

 

 

 

Then play a Phonics Games off the Phonics Games Website below. Click on the link to access the games and HAVE FUN!

 

http://www.familylearning.org.uk/phonics_games.html

Maths

 

 

Maths Lesson ( Counting Back)- Independent Task Worksheet and Answers

Mass- 10AM

 

Please click on the picture below to celebrate Mass with Father Gary at 10am.

 

English

We are looking at the book 'Not Now Bernard' which you can see below.

 

 

If you do not have the book at home to read please watch the video by clicking on the following link:

 

https://tinyurl.com/y5x4hxes

 

Answer the following retrieval and sequencing questions:

 

1.Who is our text about?

 

2.Where does he live?

 

3.What was Dad doing at the start of the story?

 

4. Explain what Mom and Dad said to Bernard

 

5. How does our story finish?

 

 

 

Weekly Spellings to Practise Daily

 


 

You can also access your weekly spellings online using J2 blast which is on the BGFL App Launchpad. You can practise your spellings online here and play lots of fun games to help you learn them throughout the week! I have outlined some simple instructions below for how to find J2Blast and get practising your spellings!

 

 

Big Maths- Beat That and CLIC Tests

Please click on the PDF and find the Beat That Test and CLIC Test with your name on. ( There should be 2 tests each.) Please print, practise and complete at home each day.

Big Maths- Class PPT 

Online Work 

 

It is time for you to practise your online Maths and Reading Phonic Skills. You can either try and move up a level on Numbots or read some books or sound lessons on Active Learn.

 

 

Numbots helps children with their sums and with counting and recognising numbers. This is very Year One friendly and helps children to improve their Maths fluency and recall in addition and subtraction facts.

 

 

Active Learn  has access to thousands of online reading books to help the children practice their Phonic sounds and become fluent readers. The more books they read the quicker they will progress in their reading so you need to be using and accessing this website regularly.

 

 

The links to both pages are below.

 

https://play.numbots.com/#/intro

https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?c=0

Daily Mile- Get Moving!

 

 

This is your daily reminder to have a break from your work and to keep healthy and active! You need your exercise so make sure you now run around your garden for 15 minutes or go on a 30 minute walk.

History- Why do we celebrate Mandela Day?

Extra/ Challenge

PE At Home- Session 1 ( BasketBall)

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