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Wakefield Greenhill Primary School

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Monday 1st February

Good morning everybody!

I hope you all have had a good weekend.

Today’s activities are as follows



Firstly, today we will be learning the phonics sound “th”

Join Geraldine the Giraffe investigating the “th” Sound

Can you join in blending words containing the “th” sound?

Today I would like you to practice writing the “th” digraph.

1st Task

Complete this page in your pack


2nd Task

What other words can you write in your book?

3rd Task

Can you write a sentence using one of these words?


This week we are going to be looking at our emotions.

Discuss with someone at home how you are feeling today?

Why are you feeling that way?

Has anything happened?

Can you write how you are feeling today and why?

Today I am feeling happy because I got a big cuddle this morning”

“Today I am feeling sad because …”


Here is a story written by Drew Daywalt and illustrated by Oliver Jeffers. The story is called “The day the crayons quit”

The Day the Crayons Quit

What is your favourite colour? Do you use a colour more? How do you think it feels?

Discuss this at home!

For an extra writing challenge, write what you discuss at home.




This week we are looking at shapes

2D Shapes - BBC Bitesize

2D shapes are flat shapes.You might see them around you.Can you see a circle or square?This is part of the Maths and Numeracy section of BBC Bitesize Foundat...

Today we will focus on squares and rectangles.

Both of these shapes have 4 sides, and 4 corners.

A square has 4 equal sides and 4 equal corners.

A rectangle has 4 sides and 4 equal corners. The opposite or parallel sides are equal or the same length!

Today, I would like you to go on a shape hunt looking for items which are square and rectangle.

Here are some pictures of what I found at home!

Can you write in your books what your found for each shape!


50 things to do before you’re FIVE!

#6 Rhyme time

Today I would like you to explore rhyming words

Rhyming words sound the same at the end

cat, bat, hat, fat


Here is a game for you to practise your rhyming at home

What rhyming words can you think of?