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Week commencing Monday 22nd June


Remember to read every day and it's great to share reading with other family members.

Think about different types of reading material, for example; books, magazines, food packets, instructions for games, websites, to name a few.

Below are some links to online books to read and listen to.

If you are a member of the Cambridgeshire library service you can borrow ebooks, magazines and audiobooks online. Go to the website link below to log in and get more information. Don't worry if you are not a member you can also join by following the link.

Are You a Reading Star?

Each week we will set a reading challenge for you to complete.

Don't forget to email telling us how you get on.

This week's challenge:

As it is National School Sports Week the challenge is sport related:

Do 3 star jumps after every page you read.

Poem of the Day

The poem of the day is for sharing and enjoying.  smiley

Taken from the book ‘Read Me 2 – A Poem For Every Day Of The Year’. Chosen by Gaby Morgan. Published by MacMillan




Don't forget to learn your Galaxy of Spelling and Common Exception Words and ask someone to test you.

The Common Exception Words PDF below has 8 activity sheets for the whole half term.

We also learn a spelling rule every week which is on the powerpoint below and there is a word search to help learn it.


Friday Basic Skills

Multiplication and division facts test - see PDF

Friday Focus: Can I create and solve my own calculations?

Thursday Basic Skills; True of False questions

Thursday Focus: Can I work out change?

Wednesday Basic Skills

Times tables game.  Make number cards 0 -12.  Choose 2, 5 or 10 times table.  Turn over a card and give the answer for the times table you have chosen.

Wednesday Focus: Can I find the difference?

Tuesday Basic Skills

Find an inventive way to practise counting in 5s and 10s.

Tuesday Focus: Can I find totals?

Monday Basic Skills

Using each number once and adding, subtracting or multiplying, what is the largest number you can make?  What is the smallest number you can make?

1, 5, 3, 1, 2

10, 12, 2, 2, 8

11, 2, 8, 4, 3

Monday Focus: Can I recognise coins and notes?

Foundation Subjects

PE Record breaker challenge is on the foundation grid. Remember to send us your results (measured in footsteps) by the weekend, please. Additional activities below.

RE: The Milk and the Jasmine Flower