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Bare Trees Primary School

Monday

Reading (30 minutes)

RWI Phonics lessons

Start off with Speed Sound lessons every day using the link below.

Films will show at the times below and be available for 24 hours.

  • Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am
  • Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am
  • Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am

Read a book provided in your home learning pack. You can also use the link below to get eBooks matched to Read Write Inc. Phonics Storybooks.

English (30 minutes)

 

Today we begin our new short story called ‘Nikki’s New Shoes’. In the first chapter, Nikki goes shopping for some new shoes but she really wants her old ones to fit her forever.

 

After reading the story, there are some questions to answer to check you have understood what you have read and then some questions where you must choose the correct missing words and joining words.

The work has been set on Purple Mash log into your account and complete all the above activities, we will be checking to see if you have completed the work.

Mathematics

Starter

 

 

 

Count to 20 and Workout | Fun Counting Song for Kids | Count by 1's to 20 | Jack Hartmann

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Main Activity

Geography 

LO: To compare the similarities and differences between the United Kingdom and Bangladesh.

 

Look at the slides below about the United kingdom and Bangladesh. 

 

Can you research and find out the following information for both the countries:

 

What currency do they use?

What is the size of the country?

What is the population?

Do they have schools?

Do they eat the same foods?

What language do they speak there?

What sports do they play?

Do they have the same shopping places?

Do both the countries have a Queen?

Do both countries have a Prime Minister ?

 

Sort out the information into the Venn diagram below. 

 

 

 

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