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Good morning Dragons,


I hope you all really enjoyed World Book Day yesterday! Please send me some photos of your child taking part in the activities.


Here are today's lessons and activities:


Lexia: Please try to access Lexia for 20-30 minutes a day as this will help with your child’s phonics and reading comprehension.


Daily Mile (15 minutes): Choose your favourite sport and practice a range of different exercises associated with that sport – be creative and have fun with your exercises! Get your family involved. Please send me some photos!



Our new PE topic is Basketball.

Complete activities 1 & 2 from page 1 of the 'Home Learning Basketball' activity sheet below:


Test your shooting skills by attempting the activities in from the below video:

PE At Home: "Basketball Sock Frenzy" Challenge

This challenge will improve your basketball shooting technique with added fitness. After each shot, you need to retrieve your ball (sock) by performing a sid...

Feel free to replace the Basketball with a different ball and tweak the activities to ensure you can have a go in the house or even the garden (if we are lucky enough to get some dry weather!).


RE: Islam

Watch the following video about ‘Muslim Prayer’:

Make a list of the key features of a Mosque. For example: prayer mat and Qur’an (The Holy Book) from the video.


Muslim prayer - KS1 Religious Education - BBC Bitesize 

Look through the prayer mat photo pack and design your own pray mat using the template below:

PSHE: Exercise

Answer and discuss the following questions:

Can you name different types of exercise?

How does exercise make you feel?

What are the benefits to exercise?

Make a list of your answers.


Use the exercise record templates below to record your daily/weekly exercise:

Group 1 & 2: Worksheet LA

Group 3: Worksheet MA

Group 4: Worksheet HA

Look at your exercise record and make a list of different ways to exercise that you have never tried before.


Enjoy your weekend. I’m really looking forward to seeing you on Monday!


Take care everyone!