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This week we are going to practise how to write numerals as words. E.g. The numeral '5' as a word is written as 'five.' 

Watch the teaching video to practise. 

I have also included a numeral handwriting worksheet for you to practise writing your numbers. Let's really concentrate on making sure that all our numbers are the right way around!

Handwriting S2 L1 words zero to five.mp4

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Today we are going to practise counting in 10's. We needed to use this skill for some of yesterday's lesson and we will need it again this week. Watch the video and then have a go at the activities afterwards.

Counting forwards and back in tens

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English (SPAG)

Today's lesson is a SPAG (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar) lesson all about exclamation marks! You might want to have some small pieces of paper with a full stop, question mark and exclamation mark on to follow along with the lesson. Or you can just shout your answers out! Your activity for today is to read the sentences from our new story Naughty Bus, and decide whether there should be a full stop, question mark or exclamation mark at the end. Challenge yourself by seeing if you can write some sentences that need an exclamation mark laugh

English - Lesson 2 - Punctuation Marks

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Welcome back to your second "aw" lesson!
Play the video and join in by playing the roll and read game and reading the "aw" story spotter postcard.

Have a great lesson!

Lesson 2 - aw phonics.mp4

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Live Check-In @ 11:30am

Use your child's Gmail account to log in and access the Google Meet with the link your teacher has sent you. Please remember to mute your device.


A new geography topic for us this half term. We are going to be learning all about the country where we live. This is Great Britain, and we are 'Great Britain!' Eventually, we will compare our little island to a country that is very different. 

Today we are going to learn about the 4 countries that make up the United Kingdom. We will find out about where they are located, what their flag looks like and their capital city. 

When you have watched the teaching video, you can complete the worksheet and label the four countries of the UK. 

As an extra task, you can colour the Union flag. Be sure to colour the blue, red and white in all the right places.smiley

Geography S2 L1 Countries of the UK.mp4

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