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Summer Term Week 2

Hi Everyone! Hope you are all keeping safe and well. This folder contains work you can complete this week. Remember Miss Smith and Miss Forman are still available on Class Dojo if you want to get in touch. We still enjoy seeing what you have all been up to :) 


Follow the link to the BBC Bitesize website which has a number of different lessons for the children to work through.



This week's English will focus on writing sentences. Below, is a link to many different writing prompts (under the things to remember and handwriting images). We don't want you to do them all, just pick 3 of your favourite ones (though if you would like to do more, great!). We would like you to think of your sentences, say your sentences out loud, write your sentences and then check your sentences. Remember to use correct punctuation and handwriting. 




In Maths this week we are going to look at making arrays, doubling, grouping and sharing. 


These links will help you if you are struggling with any of the Maths lessons.

Lesson 1 & 2; Arrays -

Lesson 3; Doubling -

Lesson 4; Grouping -

Lesson 5; Sharing -




As a school, we follow the Ruth Miskin scheme; Read Write Inc. Follow the link below to see information on where you can find daily phonics sessions, Monday to Friday.




You can have great fun completing physical activities by Joe Wicks or Cosmic Kids yoga.

Follow the link above and then find the PE lessons he has created.




This week we are focusing on the similarities and differences between animals and humans. On the sheet write down some things that you both have in common and then some differences between you. One has been done for you. Once you have completed the animals given, think of three other animals to compare yourself with. 

Once you have completed the sheet, have a go at the game below!




Follow this link to practise using your voice to sing songs.




Last week we looked at what we need to do to look after ourselves and so now we are thinking about healthy eating. Look at the pictures in the pdf below and sort them into healthy and unhealthy foods. If you have a printer, you can print them off and sort them but if not just draw a line down the middle of your page in your exercise book and draw the healthy foods one side and the unhealthy foods the other side.