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Good Morning Ladybird Class!

A new day and new lessons, keep going you are all doing amazingly!

Don’t forget Zoom call today at 9.30.




What you will need

Zoom call

9.30 – Codes will be on Class Dojo J

Today I will need you to have some paper and a pencil/pen with you. The zoom call will be explaining your English lesson  so hold fire on completing your English until we have finished our call.

Looking forward to seeing you all again.

Zoom codes – found on our class story of Class Dojo


Something to write with


Today we will be finding one more and one less than numbers to 20.

Get yourself warmed up by counting up to 20 and then back again. Watch out for those tricky teen numbers!

Keep practising using different voices. Can you do it using your whisper voice, an alien voice, a loud voice, a silly voice?

Watch the video and pause it to answer the questions.

You can write on the worksheet in resources or just write the answers down on a piece of paper.

Video link-

It is the last video on this page called Count one more one less


Worksheet with questions to answer. In resources

Phonics Today we will be  learning the ie grapheme as in tie.

Video link


1. We are going to start a new story this week. Before we start the story you need to have a really close look at the Willow Pattern Plate (resources) We will look at it together on our zoom call.

What can you see?

Write some sentences to explain what is on the plate. Can you use adjectives to describe?

2. Look back at your sentences. Have you used capital letters and full stops? Neat writing? Careful spellings?

3. Once you are happy with your work can you use any of the things you have written about to tell a short story? You do not have to write this story down.

Picture of the willow pattern plate – found in the resources section  below


Find a comfy corner and a book you haven’t read in a long time. Read it to yourself, remind yourself of the story… you could try and read it to your sibling or pet. Ask an adult about any tricky words and their meanings. 

A good book

Topic - ART

Chinese Dragons

For your art lesson this week we would like you to follow a video, remembering to pause each time they ask you to complete something so that you give yourself enough time and you do not rush.


During this clip you are going to be shown how to draw a Chinese Dragon and we would like you to try and draw one too as you watch. When you have finished your dragon please ask one of your grownups if they could take a photo of your dragon, put it on Dojo and send it to your teacher. We would love to be able to create a gallery on Our Class Story.

As an extra challenge see if you can find out a fact about Chinese Dragons too.

Have fun! 



Maybe a rubber


The video  -


Tasks as a word document

English resources