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Hello! I hope you are all enjoying the Oak Academy lessons so far this week. Here are your learning activities for today smiley



Today's learning objective is to explore the main moods in the story using drama.

Follow this link for the interactive lesson



Today's learning objective is to find the total cost of two items.

Follow this link for today's interactive lesson


You have the worksheet for today in your home learning pack.


Reading and phonics

Each day I would like you to log into Bug Club and read a book from your library. It is really important that you keep up your brilliant reading skills while you are at home.


It is also really important for you to keep practicing your phonic skills that we have worked really hard on last term. 

This week here are some phonic websites for you to use:


        Phonics play are once again offering a free log in for children and families to use at home.

     You may log in with the following details:

     username: jan21

     password: home



Mr Mulock's PE challenge for today is to develop hand eye co-ordination.


You will need a ball (football size) or something of a similar size i.e. a pillow, teddy, toy etc. You will also need a tennis ball or something of a similar size i.e. balled up socks.


Practise: throw the larger ball in the air with 2 hands and catch with 2 hands. Do this several times attempting to increase the height each time.


Repeat with the tennis ball. Start by throwing with 1 hand and catching with 2 and progress to catching with 1 hand.


Play: Using the larger ball/ piece of equipment, pass the ball around the waist. To make this more difficult start passing the ball in a figure of 8 motion through the legs. 

For maximum difficulty, see if you can keep the ball in the air whilst twisting and changing hands.


Watch this video for a demonstration


Over the next few weeks we will be looking at the unit It's ok not to be ok!

Today's learning is all about Feeling Good. 

In this lesson you will be talking about feelings and how to respond to them.


Follow this link for the interactive lesson