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Wisdom & Faith

Wednesday 1st July

Morning Message 01.07.20

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.

 

Phonics and handwriting

 

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

Grammar

This week we are learning about contractions.

Today's task is filling in the blank. Can you change the word pairs to make the correct contraction?

Contractions 1

Contractions 2

English

Read and enjoy the poem Nut Tree by Julia Donaldson. Look at Rhymes in Nut Tree. Highlight the rhyming words.

 

Nut Tree tells the story of a tree from a tiny nut to a full-grown tree making more nuts of its own. We call this story a tree’s ‘life cycle’.

 

  • Look at Life Cycle of a Nut Tree.
  • Pick any box you like. In it, draw a picture of the nut underground.
  • Follow the arrows round, drawing a picture for each stage in order, using the details in each verse to tell you what to draw. 
  • Add a descriptive label to each box: Nut underground; Tiny shoot; Small tree, etc. 

 

English- Task 1- Life cycle of a nut tree

Maths

 

Today we will be learning again about time. 

When the time is o'clock the long minute hand will point towards the 12 and the short hour hand will point towards the hour. Here we can see it is 2 o'clock.

When the time is half past the long minute hand will point towards the 6 and the short hour hand will point in between two hours. Here we can see it is half past 2.

 

For today's task can you draw the correct time on the clocks? Remember to look very carefully which number the short hour hand is pointing to and which hand the long minute hand is pointing to.

 

Enjoy the video below.

 

 

Maths- Task 2- Drawing the time

Humanities

Today we are going to be learning more about Mexico!

In this lesson we will be learning all about Mexican food. Do you know any already? 

Why not have a go at making your very own fajitas? You can then draw and name all of the Mexican food on your poster.

After you have eaten some yummy Mexican food you will be learning all about a Mexican hat called a sombrero. Read through the learning slides and then have a go at making your very own sombrero! Make them as colourful as you can. I can't wait to see them already!

Enjoy the fun additional Mexican colouring pages.

 

 

 

Storytime!

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