# Monday

### Lesson 1 - Maths

10 minute starter

Use the link below to play the subtraction game.

Watch the video and complete the worksheets below. If you cannot print worksheets at home your child can complete the work in their red exercise book.

## Solving word problems - subtraction

### Lesson 2 - Phonics

Please note which CGP Phonics book your child has been given and complete the corresponding work below.

Book 3

• 'sh', pages 34 - 35

## 'sh'

Book 4

• 'air', pages 34 - 35

## 'air'

Book 5

• 'CCVVC Words', pages 34 - 35

### Lesson 3 - English

Did you know the coronation of Elizabeth II took place on 2 June 1953 at Westminster Abbey, London? This is significant historical event in British history. You will be learning more about this important day in your project lessons this week.

This week in English we are going to be looking at a book called the Queen's Knickers by Nicholas Allan.

Today I would like you to look at the front cover below and to think about what the book might be about. Write your prediction in your red exercise book - remember to use capital letters, full stops and finger spaces in your writing.

Lesson 4 - Music

Today I would like you to try the body percussion part of the song. Click the link below for the video.

Watch the video of Emily Barden teaching the body percussion and then have a go
yourselves. Here are the directions: Step forward with the left foot (a small stamp) and clap
above your head to the left. Then step forward with the right foot and clap your hands above
your head to the right. Next stamp with the left foot again and clap down by your left knee,
then stamp with the right foot and clap your hands by your right knee. Next, tap your chest 3
times with your hand (right, left, right) then repeat. Follow this with a right foot stamp and 6
claps in an arc/ rainbow shape, going from your right side to your left side. Include the body
percussion towards the end of the song in the repeated ‘sing, sing, sing’ section (after the
lyrics; thank the crowd, take the applause). You could try singing and body percussion at the
same time or alternate, taking it in turns with other family members to sing and play.

Lesson 5 -R.E

Watch the video below for an explanation on today's lesson. If you are having trouble accessing the video I have put the script below for you to read.

Today's RE lesson we will continue to look at the religion Islam and a man called Muhammad. Last week we looked at where Muhammad was born, Saudi Arabia. Today we are going to learn about the birth of Muhammad, look at the video below and listen to the story of the birth of Muhammad and why it was so special, I have attached a link below to read the story if you cannot access the video.

When you have listened or read the story, in your books I would like you to think about what made Muhammad special and the miracles that happened after his birth. Think about how the donkey became energetic, how the plants began to grow, producing lush grass and vegetables and how the sheep and goats started producing milk.

Then can you draw a picture of one the miracles in your book and label it. So you could draw the donkey bouncing, the plants growing or the sheep and goats producing milk. I may even give some credits if you can draw all 3 with labels.

## The Story of the Birth of Muhammad

• Spilsby Primary School
• Woodlands Avenue,
• Spilsby,
• Lincolnshire,
• PE23 5EP
• T: 01790 752503
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