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Friday 8th January

Mrs Jones is here to help if you need any:


Counting to 20 as a warm up today,can you join in with the actions?



Today we are learning the days of the week. Can you watch the video below, to learn the days of the week. After that you will need to draw:

1. something you did today 

2. something you did yesterday 

3. something you will do tomorrow

4. something happened last week

5. something that might happen next week


Questions to ensure/extend include: 

  • What day is it today?
  • What day was it yesterday?
  • What day is tomorrow?
  • What day is the day after tomorrow?
  • What day was it yesterday?
  • What day was the day before yesterday?
  • Which days of the week do you have a school?
  • What days of the week are the weekend?
  • What is the day today?
  • What was the day yesterday?
  • What will the day be tomorrow?


Please see your phonics groups on Google Classroom


Today (and on all Fridays) we are going to apply the skills and sounds we have learnt over the week in our phonics sessions to write some simple sentences. Each of the phonics groups have been learning different sounds/tricky words. For your sounds/tricky words please see the phonics groups on google classroom. 


Here is an example, to demonstrate the idea.

Sounds: s a t p     Tricky words: the

I pat the sand 

The tap is red

As you can see these sentences use the tricky words and the sounds from this example. 




This afternoon you are going to combine your skills of keeping a beat with syllables. 

Using a saucepan and a spoon (like Wednesday) you need to tap out the beat to the link below. 

Can, as you are tapping out the beat, sing your name. 

Just before we have our story today you will have the opportunity to perform it to your friends on Google Classroom. 

(follow the beat of the top notes)