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Good Morning Ladybird Class!

The final day of our first week back, hope you haven’t found it too difficult getting back into the swing of home schooling, have a well-earned two days of rest!

Friday 26th  February 2021



What you will need


WALT- to problem solve.

1. Warm up your maths brains by completing the next test in the CGP mental workout book.

2. Problem Solving Friday with Dr Rudman – Dr Rudman has set you a new challenge today. He has explained it in the video link below.

3. You will need to work out the problem and show how you have answered it by writing it down, don’t forget you can represent it in any way you wish. Please show us on class dojo so we can send them to Dr Rudman, we can then give you his feedback.

CGP mental workout maths book


Dr Rudman’s maths problem – worksheet found in resources and video under the resources.


WALT understand not all poems have to rhyme

1. Begin by watching the boy perform On the Ning, Nang, Nong on the link.

Stop the clip at the end of Kamall performing ‘Alligator’.

What did you think of these performances?

2. Today, we are going to do some work on ‘Alligator’. Read the poem, found under today’s work. This type of poem is called Free Verse, it doesn’t have to rhyme.

3. Draw your own picture of an alligator. Use adjectives from the poem to describe it.

Open the document (under today’s work) called ‘Your own poem, based on Alligator’. Choose your own animal and fill in the missing words. How will you describe your animal? Where will they live?

Alligator the poem - found in the resources below

Your own Alligator Poem – found in the resources below


WALT read split digraphs

Watch the video to practise reading split digraphs.

Now complete 28-29 of your CPG phonics book

Can you be  split digraph detective??? Look at some story books can you find any split digraphs? write them down.


Phonics book


Find a cosy place and have your very own OTTER time with a book you love.

A good book

Topic - French

Walt: remember numbers in French.

Write out numbers 0 to 10 in French and English words, add pictures if you like

English         French

 zero       0      zero

one          1       un

two         2       deux


There is a help sheet in resources.

Here is a video to help you practise a French accent.


Guide sheet – found in the resources below.


Tasks as word document

Dr Rudman's Challenge

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Dr Rudman's challenge sheets

Phonics video

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