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Four Elms Primary School

Four Elms Primary School

Wednesday 3rd June

Please find the resources and pdf version of this timetable at the bottom of the page. 





Complete the Joe Wicks Workout on the Body Coach YouTube Channel 


Mental Arithmetic

year 1 - practise number facts on Hit the button 

Year 2 - 

Practise your 2, 5 and 10 times tables on hit the button: 




Write the following root words on pieces of paper:





Then with a different colour pen or pencil, add on the suffix ‘ed’. Remember, you may need to double a consonant and with some words you may only need to add on ‘d’.

You should now have written down the following words:





10.00-10.30 Breaktime - have a healthy snack and play.  

Reading –

Oxford Owl have made available for parents all the ebooks linked to each RWI level. This means we no longer need to upload the books to the webpage. Instead, please go to the webpage below. If you go onto ‘ebooks’ then you will need to register (this is free of charge) and then you will be able to access all the ebooks and choose the correct banded level for your child. Please note that the RWI phonics scheme is based on lots of repetition. Therefore, we usually read the same book about 3 or 4 times before moving onto a new book. For some children they may need to read it more than this to ensure they are completely fluent in reading the book (no sounding out). 

Here is the link for the Oxford Owl reading.

This website also provides lots of other information for parents about phonics. It has other resources on here too should you wish to explore! 

 For every phonics session, please continue to watch the set 3 speed sounds at 10:30 on the Ruth Miskin Youtube channel. Then read a book from the webpage detailed above.


Guided reading – for those of you in guided reading, please complete the guided reading task on the webpage


2nd Breaktime


Do a chosen mindfulness activity e.g. drawing, going for a walk (if you can), dancing, listening to music and deep breathing etc.

11.15- 12.15 


L.O. To discover whether shapes have symmetry (understanding) 

SC1: I can explain whether all shapes have lines of symmetry. 

SC2: I can explain whether shapes can have more than one line of symmetry. 

SC3: I can locate the lines of symmetry on different shapes. 



Remember what lines of symmetry means? Refer back to your mini-maths dictionary and tell an adult at home. 


Remember: a line of symmetry is an imaginary line (you can draw it to show where it is but it doesn’t actually exist.) The line shows that both halves of the shape are EXACTLY the same. 


Watch this video to find out how you can use folding or a mirror to discover where the lines of symmetry are: 


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Now complete the task on the class page: 

You will find different shapes. You can either print these out (if you have a printer) and cut them out or if you do not have a printer, draw the shapes (carefully) and cut them out. 


Use folding or a mirror (or you could try both ways) to find where the lines of symmetry are within each shape. Draw the line of symmetry once you have found it – make sure you use a ruler to do this (if you have one at home).  


Once you have done this, answer these questions: 


  • Do all shapes have lines of symmetry? 

  • Can shapes have more than one line of symmetry? 

  • Which shape had the largest amount of lines of symmetry and how many did it have? 

  • Which shape had the fewest amount of lines of symmetry and how many did it have? 


Something a little harder? Want to deepen your understanding? (optional extension). 


Try working out where the lines of symmetry would be for 3-D shapes – these are called “planes of symmetry.” Look at the PowerPoint on the class page & complete the worksheet by colouring in where the planes of symmetry are. If you do not have a printer, try drawing the shapes. 

12.15-1.15 Lunchtime and playtime  


o be able to select and use a range of materials to create a puppet (applying) 


SC1: I can select appropriate materials 

SC2: I can perform practical tasks to make my puppet 

SC3: I can use a wide range of materials to make my puppet 


Yesterday you planned out how you are going to make your puppets and today is the day you are going to make them! 


If you would like to, watch these videos for inspiration of other people making their puppets:  



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Now to make your puppet! 


Step 1: Retrieve your plan from yesterday’s learning and remind yourself of the puppets you are going to make for your puppet show. 


Step 2: Gather all of the materials you are going to need to be able to make your puppets, remember you might need glue, scissors, selotape and other items to be able to fix all your materials together. 


Step 3: Make your puppets by following your plan using all the different materials you stated you would use. 


Step 4: Marvel at your amazing puppets that you have made and don’t forget to send a picture to your class teacher. 


Self-assessment questions: 


1.Have you selected materials that are appropriate to make your puppet? 

2.Did you undertake practical tasks to make your puppet such as cutting, gluing, making a template etc? 

3.Did you use a wide range of materials, so lots of different materials to make your puppet to be as creative as possible? 

2:45 - 3 

Story time


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