Week 6 (week commencing 08.02.2021)

Week 6 Timetables
Spellings
 
We are learning the Phase 5 sounds 'ie' as in tie and 'ea' as in tea. 
Phonics
 
This week, we are focusing on the phase 5 sounds; 'ie' as in tie and 'ea' as in tea.

Children had learnt the trigraph 'igh' in phase 3 which makes the same sound as 'ie'.
They have also learnt the digraph 'ee' in phase 3 which makes the same sound as 'ea'.

Phase 5 often introduces new ways of spelling previously learnt sounds.
 
Please see the videos/ PowerPoints set for each day and the worksheets below. 
 
Phonics Monday: 'ie' sound (Letters and Sounds Official Lesson)
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 Phonics Tuesday: 'ie' sound
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Phonics Wednesday: 'ea' sound: (Letters and Sounds Official Lesson)
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Thursday Phonics: 'ea' sound
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Friday Phonics: 'ie' and 'ea' sound
 
Recap both sounds using these Quick Read PowerPoints, then get ready for your spelling test and your worksheet, where you put your spellings into sentences. 
English
 
Our story this week is Ada Twist, Scientist by Andrea Beaty.
I have included three YouTube videos of this book being read, one of them from space!
I have also included the PowerPoint for the whole week for English.
On Thursday and Friday we have Rising Stars English tests as well as the spelling test.
 
 
Ada Twist, Scientist Read by Doctor Who! 
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Ada Twist, Scientist Book Read From Space!
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Ada Twist, Scientist Book (slower pace, with the words showing)
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English Monday - Wednesday
 
This work is based on the book Ada Twist, Scientist
English Thursday
 
OLI: Complete the Rising stars Reading Spring 1 Test.
English Friday
 
OLI: Spelling test.

OLI: Complete the Rising stars Grammar, Punctuation and Vocabulary Spring 1 Test.
Maths
 
This week we are finishing the current White Rose booklet (Addition and Subtraction to 50). After half term we will be moving on to our new topic and booklet (Place Value within 50). Please pick these up if you haven't already. 
 
We will end the week with an End Of Block assessment (Thursday) and a Mental Maths test (Friday).
Maths Monday
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Maths Tuesday
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Maths Wednesday
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Maths Thursday
Maths Friday
Maths Extension Work
 
These mastery and problem solving challenges were also uploaded last week. Please carry on completing these. 
RE (Monday and Tuesday)
 
OLI: to recognise and retell the story of The Last Supper.
 
This week in our RE topic 'Meals (The Eucharist)' we are looking at the story of The Last Supper. 
 
Task 1

Cut and stick these pictures, putting them in the right order in the boxes numbered 1-6 on the next 2 pages.

Task 2
Write a sentence or two under each picture, describing what happened. 

Task 3
Using the play dough mat provided, use play dough to make the wine and bread from the last supper and your own special meal.


Below is also a video to help you learn the story, but remember, our sequencing worksheet is based on the story from the PowerPoint, so make sure you read the PowerPoint carefully to help you complete the work.  
 
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Science (Wednesday and Thursday)
 
OLI: to take part in a food experiment. 
 
This is our last week of Science before we move onto Geography after the Half Term Holiday. 
 
This week (or in the Half Term Holiday if you find that more convenient) have a go at being a scientist, just like Ada Twist in this week's story. 
 
I have included a document with ideas of different food experiments! Examples include making a soda geyser, your own soda pop, rock candy, baking and your own egg-periments! Even baking fairy cakes is an experiment – see how the batter changes!
 
Feel free to send me a picture of you as a scientist-in-action! 
 
Just like Ada, try and think of your hypothesis (your prediction of what will happen) before you start and then test it out to see if you were right!