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w/c 27/9/21




Complete the differentiated reading comprehension. Read the passage and answer the questions. You can choose to do 1star, 2star or 3 star.


This week we are starting our addition and subtraction block.

Today we are going to add a 2-digit number to a 1-digit number or a tens number.

Pick any 2 digit number and use the scaffolded number line to show how you add a 2-digit with any 1- digit number. Do at least 5 number sentences and if confident move to adding a tens number. Remember to write a number sentences and also show it on a number line.





Review what a noun is by looking the Nouns PowerPoint. Can you identify nouns from given example words? eg ‘window’ / ‘like’ / ‘going’ etc.

Look at photos of the Harvest fruit / vegetables. Can you identify tthe nouns?  Choose a picture and think of how it can be described eg: red apples. Repeat with other photos. Think of adjectives that describe taste / smell / touch as well as just how they look.

Remember adjective + noun = expanded noun phrase.

Write a sentence using an expanded noun phrase with each picture. eg: The red apples are in the box.




Work out the numbers that are needed to add together to make the sum.

Use the column addition method to add a 2-digit number to a 1-digit or a 10s number.

Watch this video for support.

Try and practise some on your own.




This is a continuation from last week's SPAG lesson. Look at the Year 1 spelling words carefully. go through the PowerPoint on spot the mistakes. The try and spot the spelling mistakes in the worksheets. There are 4 levels. Complete as much as you can.


Play number line jump maker to demonstrate how to choose a number card then how to work it out.

Complete the scaffolded sheet to work out the subtraction number sentences. Then choose any 1-digit or a 10s number and subtract it from a 2-digit number. Use a number line to show how you worked it out.




Today you are going to use the expanded noun phrases in a special Harvest poem.

Look at the Harvest acrostic poem example (it’s quite basic and I think yours can do better!) but it will give an idea of the concept of acrostic poems. It doesn’t have to rhyme.

Write an acrostic poem using expanded noun phrases in sentences.

Challenge: You might even try to include an expanded noun phrase with 2 adjectives and a comma.


Learn the 5 and 10 times tables using the links given below:

10 times tables song

5 times tables song

Then have a go at writing them yourself and then practise saying them independently.




Practise spellings for your spelling test next week using the look, cover, write, check method.





Work out which two numbers from the grid make the given answer when added together.

Try and complete the missing number problems.