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Learning outside the classroom - summer term - wk 4/5/20

Literacy –Beginning work on The Three Little Pigs

Task 1 – Listen to the story/Watch the powerpoint.  How well were you listening?  Answer the following questions:

Where did the three little pigs live to begin with?

What materials did they make their houses from?

Who did they have to watch out for?

How did the wolf behave?

Task 2 – Draw a picture of the three little pigs and then write about how the pigs felt when they saw the wolf?  Did they all feel the same way?

Task 3 – Write some adjectives to describe the wolf.  Then use these adjectives to create your own wanted poster.  This task may take a couple of days.

Task 4 – Retell the story to your parents (it would be great if you could video some of it).  Don’t forget to put on some voices for the characters.


Phonics – Carry out at least 2 Education City activities per day (these will reinforce the sounds that we have already learnt).

Monday – Write the tricky words I, to, the, no, go without copying and then write 5 sentences (each one should contain one of the tricky words).  My phonics group should be confident with these.

Tuesday – Write the tricky words he, she, we, me, be without copying and then write 5 sentences (one for each tricky word – they may include some of the tricky words from yesterday).  My phonics group should be confident with these – if they are not please continue to practice them

Wednesday – Have a go at writing the tricky words was, my without copying.  If unsure continue to practice.  If happy then have a go at writing a sentence that contains both of them.

Thursday – Have a go at writing they, you  without copying.  These may need more practice.

Friday – Have a go at writing all, are  without copying.  These may need more practice.

Continue to practice writing the words and putting them into sentences whenever possible.


Maths – carry out at least 2 Education City activities per day.

We are going to be using white rose maths where there are activities available which give you a task to carry out each day.

This week we are also looking at using coins upto and including 20p.  Set up a shop with items priced from 5p to 20p.  The children should have a selection of coins with which to buy things from the shop.  Encourage the children to buy things that cost more than one coin e.g. 7p.

P.E. – continuing our work on throwing and catching.  Still using a large ball (about football size):

  • Throwing and catching in pairs – pairs to be walking side by side handing the ball to each other (practicing good hand position for receiving).  Then walking side by side making little throws to each other (hands ready, showing your partner where to aim).  Remember to always watch your partner.
  • After consolidating the above move onto the shoulder throw (See video).

Obviously the important thing is for the children to be active, so remember to try to get out (if the weather permits) and carry out some exercise.



We are beginning to look at materials.

This week we are thinking about the materials that objects are made from.  Either print the ready-made table out (or create your own if you have no printer) and complete with as many different objects as possible.





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