Good Morning everybody! Are you ready for another day of learning?

A massive well done to all of you for working so hard at home. We are overwhelmed with the wonderful work you are doing and we love seeing your photos. Thank you to everybody who has been in touch and has sent us work.  We hope that you enjoy today's activities. 


Starter of the Day Challenge:

Look at the pictures below. they all contain the 'ai' grapheme. Can you write the words? Have a go!

Now try reading these 'ai' words to a grown up. 


chain        sail       train      pain.


Can you think of 3 more words that have the 'ai' grapheme in them? try writing them down






Today we want you to continue your work on number bonds to 10. It might help you to listen to the Number bond songs again. These can be found in the links below.

Today we would like you have a go at completing a number bond worksheet. These can be found at the bottom of the page, in the useful resources section. There are a few different sheets, some harder than others, so choose the one that you feel is at the right level of challenge.  Think about which method works best for you. If you finish you might want to have a go at the number bonds wordsearch activity or continue with your learning from yesterday and continue to  explore different ways of showing your number bonds to 10. 

Year 1 Phonics ay grapheme.

Click on this link to work through a phonics lesson focusing on the ay grapheme. From here you can also navigate around their website, accessing lessons and videos, which cover all of the phonemes covered in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2.

English. Stanley's Stick.

Click on the video below to hear your task for our lesson today and to see Mrs Johnson complete a WAGOLL that might be helpful.


Stanley's Stick Writing task.

Listen to Mrs Johnson explain your writing task for today. She will also complete a WAGOLL and remind you of the things that your need to include in your writing.


Read a book to a grown up for at least 10 minutes. Talk about the book before, during and after you read. Can you spot any tricky words in your book? 


RE.- Christianity. Jesus and his friends.

This half term we are looking at friendship. We will be reading some stories from the Bible about Jesus and reflecting on how easy or difficult it was for Jesus to show friendship towards others. 

Today we are going to listen to the story of Jesus and Zacchaeus. 

Click on the link below to listen to the story, you might need to pause it to talk about the story with a grown up, or you could watch it a few times (it isn't very long) to answer the questions below.

  1. How did others describe Zacchaeus? Why?
  2. Why didn't Zacchaeus have many friends?
  3. why would it have been difficult for Jesus to be friends with Zacchaeus? Can you explain your answer?


Story Time with Mrs Johnson

Mrs Johnson reads Goodnight Harry.- Enjoy!