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Thursday 11th February

Phonics - Phase 3 Letters and Sounds


Objective: To practise reading, writing and applying the Phase 3 sound 'ow'.


Please click on the link below for your lesson. You will need paper and a pencil or whiteboard and pen.

Now have a look at the games on the Phonics Play website. Information about this is on the previous page - Phonics Play star.

Username name: jan21, P/W: home


  • Please look at Phase 3 games. 
  • Please choose the Phase 3 sound that you have just learnt when loading a game.
  • Also please practise Phase 3 High Frequency Words by playing 'Tricky Trucks'. 
  • As an extension have a go at writing some of the sounds, words and sentences that you have read from the games.


Phonics extension

- We are practising writing words in sentences.

- Practise GPC ss,a,t,p,i,n,m,d,g,o,c,k,ck,e,u,r,h,b,f,f,l,ll,ss,j,v,w,x,y,z,qu,sh,ch,th,ng,ai,ee,igh,oa, oo, ar, or, ur, oi, ear, air, ure, er 

- Sing the alphabet song – point to letters as you sing.

- Make a zig zag book about a farm. Draw pictures and write captions.

Literacy - The Giant Turnip


Objective: To box up a story to show what happens


In this lesson, we will create a box plan for our story focusing on the action and what is happening.

Please click on the link below for your lesson. Then click on the start lesson button. 


Objective: To write a story to show action (Part 3)


In this lesson, we will finish writing our story showing clear action.

Please click on the link below.

Mathematics - Calendar and Time


Objective: Using ordinal language when sequencing events and measure short periods of time


In this lesson pupils will order events in nursery rhymes using ordinal language.

Please see activity sheets below.

Please click on the link below to start the lesson.

Safety Week - Understanding the World - Staying Safe


Objective: Stop Look Listen!


(RRSA - Article 3, best interest of the child, Article 6, life, survival and development, Article 18, parental responsibilities and state assistance, and Article 28, right to education)


In today’s lesson you will be thinking about dangers in the environment, when you are out and about in your local neighbourhood. You will learn about the dangers to look out for and safe places you can play. You will learn the safety rules to follow for different spaces you may visit. From this you will show your understanding by creating a safe space model. You will need a teddy, a box and some playdough.

Please click on the link below to start the lesson.