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Dunkirk Primary School

Home Learning 26.3.20

Good Morning, 


It looks like it is going to be another sunny day outside today. Thank you again to everyone who has been in touch. 

Please see today’s work below. 




Before you start today’s work, recap number bonds to 10 with someone in your family. 

Maybe revisit a quick game for 10 mins to make sure that you are confident before moving on. 

Number Bonds to 20 sheet -  – Today we are thinking about those numbers that add together to make 20. 

You may want to start by using 20 objects in your house (it could be anything!)  to help you but then I’d like you to practice using some quick recall games.


-You could also play a game like fastest finger first. The adult calls out a number and then you have to find the number that matches. The numbers match when they add together to make 20. For example, the adult shouts out 5 and you put your finger on 15 because 5+ 15 = 20. 


Text Box:  6          1          5             4      

12        14         9             8 

18         3          11            13

2           7          17            10 

16        19        20            15        0


-Have a go at writing out all of the number sentences in an order- what do you notice happens with the numbers? Can you see any links with the number bonds to 10?


1 + 19 = 20          1+ 9 = 10

2 + 18 = 20          2 + 8= 10 

3 + 17 = 20           3 + 7 = 10



English (please see attached the video) 


Today we are thinking about the middle of the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. Please look in your pack for the middle ..sheet which includes pictures of the middle of this story only. 

-Read the middle of the story (I have written it in red) together using the pictures to follow the story and to help you remember each sentence.  

-Think of some actions to alongside each picture. 

- Can you retell this part of the story together? Use your actions and pictures to help! 

Once you are confident with retelling the sentences aloud, write the middle of the story on the lines underneath.


High frequency words-  Practice reading and writing the next 10 high frequency words e.g my, her, what, there, out, this, have, went, be, like. You may want to write these words into your own sentences. 


-Try out some phonics games and explore Letter Join. 




Re-read the story of ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’. Turn over and see if you can answer the questions. 


-Tune into our YouTube channel at 3 to see Miss Holly read the KS1 story.


-I am just in the process of looking at websites that provide banded e-books for KS1 children so the children can choose their colour and carry on reading as normal. There are lots of websites to choose from but once we have found a really good one I will send over a link. 


Have a lovely day everyone, 


Miss Butler 



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