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Clayton St. John C of E Primary School

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Spend 10 minutes on each of these websites:


TT Rockstars: 

Spelling Shed:






Now that you have matched the words to their meanings. Take each words and pit it in a sentence. (Don't forget to start with a capital letter and finish with a fill stop)


Guided Reading


Maths - Starter

Practise your Times tables but watching and learning this video below

10 Times Table Song (Learning is Fun The Todd & Ziggy Way!).mp4

Still image for this video



Today we are going to have a quick look at measuring temperature to finish off our measuring work. 

To measure temperature we use a thermometer. Miss Moore and Mrs Hall measure your temperature if you are feeling unwell. They use a thermometer that goes on your forehead and lights up a temperature or a digital thermometer that shows your temperature in numbers. 

We also have a thermometer in our classroom to measure how warm it is in class. This one has a scale on it. 


Not everyone has a thermometer that has a scale on it and so this might be a little tricky. 


If you do have a thermometer: 

Ask a grown up to get some warm water for you. 

Measure the temperature and write it down with the time

30 minutes later, measure again, write down the temperature and time.

Repeat until the water temperature doesn't change. 


What did you notice?


What unit of measure do the thermometers use? 

They measure in degrees.  

These could be degrees celsius (c) or Fahrenheit (f).

We usually use celsius. 


What is the temperature on these pictures?




This one is a little bit different (similar to the ones that we use on your forehead). The temperature has lit up a little bit. What do you think the temperature is? 



Now try the questions below.