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Tuesday 2nd March


Today we have recorded three stories for you. Please listen to them in the correct order.

What did you like about the story?

What did you not like?

Did you prefer story 1 or story 2?

Pirates in the supermarket with Mr Chesters

Pirate story with Mrs Ball

Now you have chosen which one you liked the best, watch Miss Miles' story.

Something strange happens? What is it?



Parents - please allow you children to get excited by this, encourage them they need to write it down so you can add it to learning book so we know (we will act surprised)!!!!

Jolly Olly octopus with Miss Miles




Warm up 



Can you have a look around your house and see what shapes you can see?


We are looking at 2D shapes? Do you know what this means? Watch this video to find out a little more about some 2D shapes. 







Yesterday you looked at a picture filled with shapes! Today we would like you to create your own shape picture focussing on squares and rectangles. Remember that squares must have 4 equal sides! You could create a 4 sided shape robot or monster. Perhaps you could make a 4 sided shape house or castle. You can either draw this or cut out shapes and stick them onto a piece of paper. 




Grab some objects that are of equal length (use your knowledge from last week to help you with this). E.g forks, pencils, pegs etc. 


Can you create a square using these objects? How many of that object did you need to create a square?


Can you create a rectangle? Are there shapes that you could combine to make a rectangle/square?

Phonics - Please see your child's google classroom phonics page for their phonics video lesson. 

Afternoon Focus 



Warm up