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Today, make sure you log onto your spelling shed and practise your spellings.


Have a look at the activity below. Look at the sentence.  Which one of our spelling words this week is missing?  Use the picture to help you. 

Guided Reading


Re-read the information text about Beaches. (I hope put another copy below)


What do these words below mean? 


Use a dictionary, the internet or a grown up to find out what they mean. 



Popular _______________________


Shingle _______________________


Put your answers on the blog so we can see your definitions. 



This week we are going to look at a story called 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch'. 


What is a lighthouse?

Watch the video below to see how a lighthouse works. 

Maddie explains how a lighthouse works.mp4

Still image for this video

Now you know what a lighthouse is, we can begin to look at our story. 


Below are some pictures from the story. 


Write a prediction to tell me what you think the story is going to be about. 


  • Who will the characters be?
  • Where do they live? 
  • What will happen?

Maths - Starter


Use the link below to take you to an activity. 

Try this activity to count forwards and backward to 100.



Today we are going to look at partitioning numbers.  This is breaking the number down into its 10s and 1s. 


In a 2 digit number we have tens and ones. 


35 = the digits       3      and      5

This is the same as           3 tens (30)      and           5 ones (5)

Together they make 35. 


Watch the video below to remind you how to do this.  You can draw the ten sticks one ones squares along at home. 

Year 1 partitioning tens and ones.mp4

Still image for this video

Now try these questions



Look at each of these questions and see if they are true or false. 


If they are false, can you write the correct answer? 




Look at the slideshow below and follow the instructions in the slideshow. 


Then complete the activity underneath.