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Monday 1st June 


Good morning year 1


I hope you have all had a lovely half term break.


This week will be slightly different from the previous blogs while we plan some more structure here at school, to be in line with phased reopening hopefully happening over the next few weeks.


Please bare with us while we plan the next few weeks.


For this week I would like you to concentrate on reading, phonics and maths as much as you can.


The plan is that from when we are back at school the activities at school and the blog will mirror each other to ensure consistency.


Daily tasks


Phonics- no changes


Keep using ‘phonics play’ to practice your sounds daily- it’s fun and wat we use at school.   Each day you could practice a new one and complete some phonics games.


Below are some links to some different websites that have fun phonic games on and i have also left the other suggestions also.


Phonics play -  https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Teach your monster to read- https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjwqpP2BRBTEiwAfpiD-z7if2n6ZWNCZbWKFA9nBco3SWDGAXMa6_4ePS1unW0IrSTRJQXehxoCO0MQAvD_BwE


Top Marks- https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/letters-and-sounds


Phonics bloom- https://www.phonicsbloom.com/


·         ‘fred behind your back’ the words you see, turn away from the screen and then write them down (don’t peek)


·         Make colourful flash cards of words including different ‘special friends’ and common exception words, then read through speedy every day (just like we do at school)


·         I Spy the Sound- ‘I Spy the Sound’ is a fun way to build phonics skills and phonemic awareness. In this variation of the classic game, ‘I Spy’, ask your child to spy words that begin with a certain sound, rather than a letter. For example, “I spy with my little eye, something beginning with mmm.”


·         Phonics Hopscotch-This game helps children develop their ability to match letters to their sounds. All you need for this fun phonics activity is a piece of chalk and the ground. Simply draw hopscotch markings on the ground (how many squares and in what shape they are arranged is up to you). In each square draw a letter of the alphabet (you may want to draw both the upper and lower case letters in each). There are many ways you can play this game – you can call out a letter or combination of letters and ask your child to jump on those letters, and as they do, for them to sound out each letter. Or you can ask your child to jump on the letters in alphabetical order, sounding them out as they go along. You can also roll dice and ask your child to jump to the square that matches the number rolled, counting the squares as they jump and sounding the letter out at the end.


·         Matching Rhymes- Rhymes help children understand that sounds in our language have meaning and follow certain patterns. Find a corkboard or something you can stick pins into. Write down a list of words on one side of a sheet of paper, and on the other side write down words that rhyme with these words, but in a different order. Then stick pins next to each word. Give your child some rubber bands and ask them to match the rhyming words on each side of the page by placing the rubber bands on the pins to connect the rhyming pair. (this can be adapted if you have not got the resources at home)


 


Maths:


One of the topics this half term (summer 2) will be TIME.


Please see if this week you could have a look at some time activities on the internet


We will be learning about time in greater detail when we are back at school properly so don’t worry about learning everything.


Some website games:


·         https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?q=telling+time


·         https://mathsframe.co.uk/en/resources/resource/116/telling-the-time


·         http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/index.html


You tube has a brilliant time song that you could learn (we will sing this in school also)


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBvmO7NgUp0


You could also recap some of the learning you have done previously from Rose Maths.


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Spellings:


This is week 1 spelling list – please practice your spellings every day.


Wk1

fair

chair

care

square

spare

pear

where

their

cure

pure 


 


Reading:


Please make sure you are reading as much as you can. Daily if you can, please remember to use;


·         VIPERS skills (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explain, Retrieve and Sequence)


·         Expression


We will be spending today and this week, discussing and planning the next steps forward. Therefore next weeks blogs will continue to be more structured.


Thank you for your ongoing support.


Have a lovely week everyone


Miss Hughes


 


 


 

Friday 22nd May 


Good morning year 1


Well we have come to the end of another half term, although this one has been very different!


We will not be updating the blogs during half term week and I hope you all manage to take this time to relax and have fun!


Daily tasks


Phonics- no changes


Keep using ‘phonics play’ to practice your sounds daily- its fun and wat we use at school.   Each day you could practice a new one and complete some phonics games.


Below are some links to some different websites that have fun phonic games on and i have also left the other suggestions also.


Phonics play -  https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Teach your monster to read- https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjwqpP2BRBTEiwAfpiD-z7if2n6ZWNCZbWKFA9nBco3SWDGAXMa6_4ePS1unW0IrSTRJQXehxoCO0MQAvD_BwE


Top Marks- https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/letters-and-sounds


Phonics bloom- https://www.phonicsbloom.com/


·         ‘fred behind your back’ the words you see, turn away from the screen and then write them down (don’t peek)


·         Make colourful flash cards of words including different ‘special friends’ and common exception words, then read through speedy every day (just like we do at school)


·         I Spy the Sound- ‘I Spy the Sound’ is a fun way to build phonics skills and phonemic awareness. In this variation of the classic game, ‘I Spy’, ask your child to spy words that begin with a certain sound, rather than a letter. For example, “I spy with my little eye, something beginning with mmm.”


·         Phonics Hopscotch-This game helps children develop their ability to match letters to their sounds. All you need for this fun phonics activity is a piece of chalk and the ground. Simply draw hopscotch markings on the ground (how many squares and in what shape they are arranged is up to you). In each square draw a letter of the alphabet (you may want to draw both the upper and lower case letters in each). There are many ways you can play this game – you can call out a letter or combination of letters and ask your child to jump on those letters, and as they do, for them to sound out each letter. Or you can ask your child to jump on the letters in alphabetical order, sounding them out as they go along. You can also roll dice and ask your child to jump to the square that matches the number rolled, counting the squares as they jump and sounding the letter out at the end.


·         Matching Rhymes- Rhymes help children understand that sounds in our language have meaning and follow certain patterns. Find a corkboard or something you can stick pins into. Write down a list of words on one side of a sheet of paper, and on the other side write down words that rhyme with these words, but in a different order. Then stick pins next to each word. Give your child some rubber bands and ask them to match the rhyming words on each side of the page by placing the rubber bands on the pins to connect the rhyming pair. (this can be adapted if you have not got the resources at home)


·         Maths:


Follow the link and click; Summer Term - Week 5 (w/c 18th May)


Can you look at and complete the weekly assessment quiz – good luck


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Spellings:


Today is spelling test day , have one last look/practice of your spellings then ask your adults to test you – good luck and ‘believe you can’


Wk6

dear

fear

near

year

deer

steer

cheer

pier

tier

sphere




Reading:


Please make sure you are reading as much as you can. Please remember to use;


·         VIPERS skills (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explain, Retrieve and Sequence)


·         Expression


How did you get on with science, learning adventure and English tasks?  


I hope you all have a wonderful half term break.


I am also hoping that the sun continues to shine for us all.


Have a lovely day everyone


Miss Hughes


 


 

Thursday 21st May


Morning everyone


Its Thursday already – this week has gone super quick!




Daily tasks


Phonics


Keep using ‘phonics play’ to practice your sounds daily- its fun and wat we use at school.   Each day you could practice a new one and complete some phonics games.


Below are some links to some different websites that have fun phonic games on and i have also left the other suggestions also.


Phonics play -  https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Teach your monster to read- https://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjwqpP2BRBTEiwAfpiD-z7if2n6ZWNCZbWKFA9nBco3SWDGAXMa6_4ePS1unW0IrSTRJQXehxoCO0MQAvD_BwE


Top Marks- https://www.topmarks.co.uk/english-games/5-7-years/letters-and-sounds


Phonics bloom- https://www.phonicsbloom.com/


·         ‘fred behind your back’ the words you see, turn away from the screen and then write them down (don’t peek)


·         Make colourful flash cards of words including different ‘special friends’ and common exception words, then read through speedy every day (just like we do at school)


·         I Spy the Sound- ‘I Spy the Sound’ is a fun way to build phonics skills and phonemic awareness. In this variation of the classic game, ‘I Spy’, ask your child to spy words that begin with a certain sound, rather than a letter. For example, “I spy with my little eye, something beginning with mmm.”


·         Phonics Hopscotch-This game helps children develop their ability to match letters to their sounds. All you need for this fun phonics activity is a piece of chalk and the ground. Simply draw hopscotch markings on the ground (how many squares and in what shape they are arranged is up to you). In each square draw a letter of the alphabet (you may want to draw both the upper and lower case letters in each). There are many ways you can play this game – you can call out a letter or combination of letters and ask your child to jump on those letters, and as they do, for them to sound out each letter. Or you can ask your child to jump on the letters in alphabetical order, sounding them out as they go along. You can also roll dice and ask your child to jump to the square that matches the number rolled, counting the squares as they jump and sounding the letter out at the end.


·         Matching Rhymes- Rhymes help children understand that sounds in our language have meaning and follow certain patterns. Find a corkboard or something you can stick pins into. Write down a list of words on one side of a sheet of paper, and on the other side write down words that rhyme with these words, but in a different order. Then stick pins next to each word. Give your child some rubber bands and ask them to match the rhyming words on each side of the page by placing the rubber bands on the pins to connect the rhyming pair. (this can be adapted if you have not got the resources at home)


·         Maths:


Follow the link and click; Summer Term - Week 5 (w/c 18th May)


Can you look at and complete lesson 4 – Introducing weight ad mass (work sheet attached)


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Spellings:


Wk6

dear

fear

near

year

deer

steer

cheer

pier

tier

sphere


 


Reading:


Please make sure you are reading as much as you can. Please remember to use;


·         VIPERS skills (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explain, Retrieve and Sequence)


·         Expression


I hope you are you getting on well with science, learning adventure and English tasks?  


Have a lovely day everyone


Miss Hughes


 


English work 


The picture shows a wonderful non-fiction book that a year one pupil has been creating – all about different types of birds. You have worked super hard, well done. Thank you for sharing,


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Story Time- How Elephant Got His Nose!


 


 

Wednesday 20th May


Morning Year 1


Please see attached to the blog some lovely posters with characters from well-known story books that explain some rules that we are all facing with regards to the current climate. It would be good to share these with your children.


Daily tasks


Phonics


A reminder of some of the phonics practice you can do.


Keep using ‘phonics play’ to practice your sounds daily- its fun!  Each day you could practice a new one and complete some of the following phonic activities also:


·         ‘fred behind your back’ the words you see, turn away from the screen and then write them down (don’t peek)


·         Make colourful flash cards of words including different ‘special friends’ and common exception words, then read through speedy every day (just like we do at school)


·         I Spy the Sound- ‘I Spy the Sound’ is a fun way to build phonics skills and phonemic awareness. In this variation of the classic game, ‘I Spy’, ask your child to spy words that begin with a certain sound, rather than a letter. For example, “I spy with my little eye, something beginning with mmm.”


·         Phonics Hopscotch-This game helps children develop their ability to match letters to their sounds. All you need for this fun phonics activity is a piece of chalk and the ground. Simply draw hopscotch markings on the ground (how many squares and in what shape they are arranged is up to you). In each square draw a letter of the alphabet (you may want to draw both the upper and lower case letters in each). There are many ways you can play this game – you can call out a letter or combination of letters and ask your child to jump on those letters, and as they do, for them to sound out each letter. Or you can ask your child to jump on the letters in alphabetical order, sounding them out as they go along. You can also roll dice and ask your child to jump to the square that matches the number rolled, counting the squares as they jump and sounding the letter out at the end.


·         Matching Rhymes- Rhymes help children understand that sounds in our language have meaning and follow certain patterns. Find a corkboard or something you can stick pins into. Write down a list of words on one side of a sheet of paper, and on the other side write down words that rhyme with these words, but in a different order. Then stick pins next to each word. Give your child some rubber bands and ask them to match the rhyming words on each side of the page by placing the rubber bands on the pins to connect the rhyming pair. (this can be adapted if you have not got the resources at home)


You don’t have to do these activities all at once spread them out over the week. Can you think of any other ideas to practice your phonics?


The link is: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Maths:


Follow the link and click; Summer Term - Week 5 (w/c 18th May)


Can you look at and complete lesson 3 – Measure length ( part 2 )  (work sheet attached)


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Spellings:


Maybe you could ‘chalk’ your spellings today when writing them. You could also write them down one at a time, cover them up, spell them out loud and write them again- then check- tick or fix!


Wk6

dear

fear

near

year

deer

steer

cheer

pier

tier

sphere


Reading:


Please make sure you are reading as much as you can. Please remember to use;


·         VIPERS skills (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explain, Retrieve and Sequence)


·         Expression


Computing/E-safety:


Please see the next set of E-safety activities:


https://www.thinkuknow.co.uk/parents/Support-tools/home-activity-worksheets/5-7s/?utm_source=Thinkuknow&utm_campaign=e9ea1fa21d-TUK_ONLINE_SAFETY_AT_HOME_19_05_20&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0b54505554-e9ea1fa21d-54950429


I hope you are you getting on well with science, learning adventure and English tasks?  


Have a wonderful day


Miss Hughes


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Tuesday 19th May 


Good morning


Daily tasks


Phonics


A reminder of some of the phonics practice you can do.


Please try and keep using ‘phonics play’ to practice your sounds daily.  Each day you could practice a new one and complete some of the following phonic activities also:


·         ‘fred behind your back’ the words you see, turn away from the screen and then write them down (don’t peek)


·         Make colourful flash cards of words including different ‘special friends’ and common exception words, then read through speedy every day (just like we do at school)


·         I Spy the Sound- ‘I Spy the Sound’ is a fun way to build phonics skills and phonemic awareness. In this variation of the classic game, ‘I Spy’, ask your child to spy words that begin with a certain sound, rather than a letter. For example, “I spy with my little eye, something beginning with mmm.”


·         Phonics Hopscotch-This game helps children develop their ability to match letters to their sounds. All you need for this fun phonics activity is a piece of chalk and the ground. Simply draw hopscotch markings on the ground (how many squares and in what shape they are arranged is up to you). In each square draw a letter of the alphabet (you may want to draw both the upper and lower case letters in each). There are many ways you can play this game – you can call out a letter or combination of letters and ask your child to jump on those letters, and as they do, for them to sound out each letter. Or you can ask your child to jump on the letters in alphabetical order, sounding them out as they go along. You can also roll dice and ask your child to jump to the square that matches the number rolled, counting the squares as they jump and sounding the letter out at the end.


·         Matching Rhymes- Rhymes help children understand that sounds in our language have meaning and follow certain patterns. Find a corkboard or something you can stick pins into. Write down a list of words on one side of a sheet of paper, and on the other side write down words that rhyme with these words, but in a different order. Then stick pins next to each word. Give your child some rubber bands and ask them to match the rhyming words on each side of the page by placing the rubber bands on the pins to connect the rhyming pair. (this can be adapted if you have not got the resources at home)


You don’t have to do these activities all at once spread them out over the week. Can you think of any other ideas to practice your phonics?


The link is: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Maths:


This week so I would like you to follow the link and click; Summer Term - Week 5 (w/c 18th May)


Can you look at and complete lesson 2 – Measure length (work sheet attached)


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Spellings:


Can you rainbow write your spellings today? so chose four colours then write the word and go over it again with each colour so that your list of words is really colourful but because you have written them lots of times it will help you remember them also!


Wk6

dear

fear

near

year

deer

steer

cheer

pier

tier

sphere


Reading:


Please make sure you are reading as much as you can. Please remember to use;


·         VIPERS skills (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explain, Retrieve and Sequence)


·         Expression


How are you getting on with science, learning adventure and English tasks?  


I hope you all have a lovely Tuesday


Miss Hughes


 


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Monday 18th May 


Good morning Everyone


I hope you all had a lovely weekend? I went for my first bike ride in 8 weeks and my legs are aching!


This is the last week of learning activities before we ‘break up’ for half term on Friday. There will be no uploads during half term week.


Let’s have a look at this week’s English, learning adventure and science activities:


Weekly English - Information texts


So far you should have a contents page, a glossary and an index page. I bet your non-fiction /information booklets are going to be AMAZING!


This week I would like you to start to write your book. Use your contents page to remind you what to include on each page. Use the internet to research your facts before writing them on the page. What do you know already about it? What do you want to learn about it? (just like we do at school)


Please look at the features poster again and ensure you are including the following in your books:


·         Captions


·         Labels


·         Drawn headings


·         Pictures (and printed photos/pictures if you can but don’t worry if not you are all fab at drawing)


·         Headings


·         Sub-headings


Remember to keep your work presented beautifully please.


I cannot wait to see any that you want to share with me when we are back to school. (parents – please don’t worry if you don’t complete this, all activities are suggested not compulsory)


Weekly Science


We will continue to look at the topic Animals including humans this week. You will be looking at ‘What do we eat’


Take a look at the attached power point. Then you can complete the following activities:


·         Herbivores, Carnivores and Omnivores – display cards (attached) - you can use these for the next activity or you could use them to stick on a piece of paper and draw and label around the words the animals that fit with the word.


·         What do I eat sorting cards (attached) here you have pictures of lots of different animals one sheet shows in words what they eat and the other shows in pictures what they eat.  It’s up to you which one you use. See if you can categorise the animals into Herbivores, Carnivores or Omnivores? What are you?


·         Do some research. Think of a different animal that you have not seen on the cards , is it a Herbivore, Carnivore or Omnivore?


 


 


Weekly Learning Adventure


WHAT IS IT LIKE WHERE WE LIVE?


OBJECTIVE: To describe the location and place that you live in as part of the UK


Can you google a photo of the school and discuss what’s in and around our school. 


·         Where in the world is our school?


·         Can you point to where we are on the map picture 1 (attached)?


·         What is the name of the area and the wider settlement?


·         Are we in a village, a town or a city?


Look at the picture number 2, Where is this? Discuss.


Look at a blank map of the UK , adults can you help the children to learn the different countries of the United Kingdom: England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland . Establish which one you are in.


Can you google lots of different places around your home (where you live)?


Then you could:


·         draw and write a sentence about the interesting places that they see in the photos.


·         Create a large paper map outline of the home area (you could stick a large piece of paper to a table (adult permission needed) produce a map of the home area. Label the major cities and physical landscape features, and create a collage by placing some drawings on the map.


What can you find out about where you live that you didn’t know before?


Daily tasks


Phonics


We have gone through the stages in our phonics now. I would like you to continue to use phonics play but select sounds that you want to practice a little more. Each day you could practice a new one and complete some of the following phonic activities:


·         ‘fred behind your back’ the words you see, turn away from the screen and then write them down (don’t peek)


·         Make colourful flash cards of words including different ‘special friends’ and common exception words, then read through speedy every day (just like we do at school)


·         I Spy the Sound- ‘I Spy the Sound’ is a fun way to build phonics skills and phonemic awareness. In this variation of the classic game, ‘I Spy’, ask your child to spy words that begin with a certain sound, rather than a letter. For example, “I spy with my little eye, something beginning with mmm.”


·         Phonics Hopscotch-This game helps children develop their ability to match letters to their sounds. All you need for this fun phonics activity is a piece of chalk and the ground. Simply draw hopscotch markings on the ground (how many squares and in what shape they are arranged is up to you). In each square draw a letter of the alphabet (you may want to draw both the upper and lower case letters in each). There are many ways you can play this game – you can call out a letter or combination of letters and ask your child to jump on those letters, and as they do, for them to sound out each letter. Or you can ask your child to jump on the letters in alphabetical order, sounding them out as they go along. You can also roll dice and ask your child to jump to the square that matches the number rolled, counting the squares as they jump and sounding the letter out at the end.


·         Matching Rhymes- Rhymes help children understand that sounds in our language have meaning and follow certain patterns. Find a corkboard or something you can stick pins into. Write down a list of words on one side of a sheet of paper, and on the other side write down words that rhyme with these words, but in a different order. Then stick pins next to each word. Give your child some rubber bands and ask them to match the rhyming words on each side of the page by placing the rubber bands on the pins to connect the rhyming pair. (this can be adapted if you have not got the resources at home)


You don’t have to do these activities all at once spread them out over the week. Can you think of any other ideas to practice your phonics?


The link is: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Maths:


This week so I would like you to follow the link and click; Summer Term - Week 5 (w/c 18th May)


Can you look at and complete lesson 1 – Compare lengths and heights (work sheet attached)


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Spellings:


How did you get on with last week’s spellings?


This week spellings are………….


Wk6

dear

fear

near

year

deer

steer

cheer

pier

tier

sphere


Reading:


Please make sure you are reading as much as you can. Please remember to use;


·         VIPERS skills (Vocabulary, Inference, Prediction, Explain, Retrieve and Sequence)


·         Expression


Have a great day!


Miss Hughes


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Friday 15th May


Good morning


Its Friddaaaaayyyyyyy! Whoop! What do you have planned this weekend? I am definitely going for a long bike ride for my daily exercise this weekend especially as the sun seems to be staying.


Phonics


I would like you to select phase 4 again today and choose the game you like.  Can you choose the Polysyllabic words activity today. Do you know what words are ‘real’ words and what are ‘rubbish’ words?   


The link is: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Maths:


Today follow the link and select Summer Term - Week 4 (w/c 11th May) and complete FRIDAYS TEST – good luck and remember – BELIEVE YOU CAN!


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Don’t forget to check in with Mathletics and ill save any certificates when i check on Monday.


Spellings:


Today is spelling test day, have one last practice then ask an adult to test you – Good luck and believe you can!


Wk5

 

alphabet

elephant

phone

undo

 unable

 uneven

unfair

unlock

 unseen

unzip


Reading:


Try and read every day if you can, Remember those VIPERS skills!


I will upload a story next week for you to listen to , I have had some technical difficulties so I couldn’t  upload one however it will be all sorted out soon.


How did you get on with your learning adventure, science and English tasks this week? Don’t forget you can send me pictures of your amazing work.


I hope you all have a wonderful weekend


Miss Hughes


 


 

Thursday 14th May 


Good morning everyone, I hope you are all well?


The sun is shining again - yippee!


Phonics


I would like you to select phase 4 and pick a game today- dragons Den, Pirates, the choice is yours. Can you once again select phase 4 and choose the set 1-7 plus digraphs today. Do you know what words are ‘real’ words and what are ‘rubbish’ words?   


The link is: https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk


Can you choose a ‘special friend’ of your choice and see if you can write five real words and three nonsense words that include that ‘special friend’


Maths:


Today look at the video on Summer Term - Week 4 (w/c 11th May) Lesson 4 - Compare number sentences the work sheet for this activity was uploaded yesterday. You should still be able to look at the information. If not just please do what you can and complete the worksheet attached.


The link is : https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/


Mathletics is also available.


Spellings:


How are you getting on with practicing your spellings-its spelling test day tomorrow – believe you can!


Wk5

 

alphabet

elephant

phone

undo

 unable

 uneven

unfair

unlock

 unseen

unzip


Reading:


Try and read every day if you can, Remember those VIPERS skills!


Don’t forget to have a go at your learning adventure, science and English tasks if you can.


Happy Thursday all


Miss Hughes


 


Maths worksheets  

White Rose Maths Worksheets

Hello Everyone,

Unfortunately White Rose have slightly changed their website and you cannot access the worksheets to go alongside the videos for free.
Below is attached the worksheets for this week including yesterday and Mondays if you would like to go back and have a go at completing them. There isn't a worksheet for Friday as it is just the challenge. 

Have a great day,

Miss Hughes and Miss Adams :)

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