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Wisdom & Faith

Monday 6th July

Monday 6th July

Let's start the day with a prayer.

 

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee. Blessed art thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death.  Amen.

Monday Morning Liturgy

Phonics and handwriting

 

Please aim for 30 minutes (15 each) of handwriting and phonics per day.

Grammar

This week we are learning about homophones. 

For today's task:

  • First look at the PowerPoint to learn more about homophones.
  • Then take a look at the homophone posters to see all kinds of different homophones.
  • Next look over your new spelling words. Practise spelling them using your best and neatest handwriting. 

 

English

Today we are going to write a recount of our weekends. What did you do? Who were you with? Did you go anywhere? Did you play outside? What was your favourite part? 

 

Now that you are all superstar writers try to add lots of detail. Can you use some of the things we have learned in Year 1?

 

English- Task 1- Weekend News

Maths

In our lesson today we are going to practice our 2, 5 and 10 Times Tables. 

 

 

 

Try and answer the Times Tables questions in the Power Point slides. Then complete the worksheets on the 2, 5 and 10 Times Tables.

 

Enjoy the video's below and have a try at the Times Table game.

 

RE

We are learning about our neighbours. We have neighbours all around the world. We can love our neighbours, help them and care for them. 

Today we are going to read the story The Good Samaritan. You can also listen to the video version below. This story teaches us that God wants us to love one another, even if we are different. 

After reading or listening to the story think of the following questions:

 

  • Which of the three people was a good neighbour to the man? Why?
  • How do you think the injured man felt when the first two men walked past him and did not help?
  • What did the injured man need?
  • Why was it strange that the Samaritan helped him?
  • Can you think of a time when you helped someone? 

 

Now can you sequence the story? What happened in the beginning, middle and end? You can use the 'sequence prompts' worksheet below to help you or you can challenge yourself and make your own sentences using the picture cards and word mat to help you. 

The Good Samaritan

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