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Moston Lane

Community Primary School

‘Be The Best You Can Be’

W.B. 12.10.2020


Watch ‘The squirrels who squabbled’

Choose one of the pictures from the story and write a sentence about it.

Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and a full stop.


Watch the story from yesterday again. Write an advice sentence for the squirrels. These sentences could start with ‘You need to…’, ‘It is time to…’ or ‘you must…’


Watch this video on friendship. Make a list of things that friends do and why they are important. 

The Squirrels Who Squabbled 


Write a list of all the things your friends make you feel. Put some of the adjectives into a sentence to describe how one of your friends makes you feel.


Big Write!

Write a letter to the squabbling squirrels. Use the writing you have done this week to help you give them advice.



Practise your phonics on phonics play


Read a book on Oxford Owl


Today practise your tricky word reading


Read a book on Oxford Owl.


Play a game on Phonics bloom.





Starter – Warm up your maths brains by counting to 100!

Main – Visit ‘Oak National Academy’ and complete the ‘Combing sets (count all)’ lesson.



Stater – Dive into maths today with some ‘Underwater Counting’. Help the diver count all the sea animals that he sees.

Select the ‘Count to 10’ before you start!

Main – Visit ‘Oak National Academy’ and complete the ‘Combining sets (count on)’ lesson.



Starter –

Help the ladybird count the correct amount of spots. Select ‘Counting’ and ‘up to 10 numbers’ before you start the game.

Main – Visit ‘Oak National Academy’ and complete the ‘Linking addition equations to problem solving contexts’ lesson.



Starter – Help the caterpillar turn into a beautiful butterfly by counting up to 15. Remember, you can’t touch any other animals or yourself otherwise you have to start again!

Main – Visit ‘Oak National Academy’ and complete the lesson ‘Understanding commutativity’.



Starter – Practise your counting and super moves with John Farnworth.

Main -

Help Bud in his garden by finding more and less. Scroll through Bud’s garden until you find the ‘More or Less pond’ and start the game.





D&T – It is really important that we have a healthy, balanced diet. Try a piece of fruit or a vegetable that you haven’t tried before. Write a sentence about whether or not you enjoyed it and why.


RE – Eid. Watch the video below.

Draw pictures to illustrate what happens during Ramadan and Eid. Think about why these events are special and important to Muslims.


Music – Practise signing to the song ‘This is Me’. Teach your grown ups too!


Science & Geography – Look at an Autumnal tree outside.

What do you notice about the colour of the leaves? Draw an Autumnal tree using the colours you can see on the tree outside.

    Trees for autumn colour - Japanese maple, Acer griseum


Art – Have a look in a mirror. What colour are your eyes? What colour is your hair? What shape face do you have? Draw a self portrait. Keep looking in the mirror to help you. CHALLENGE: Draw your self portrait in the style of Picasso.

Femme au béret et à la robe quadrillée (Marie-Thérèse Walter) Pablo Picasso (1937).   Picasso, Pablo (1881-1973): Girl Before a Mirror (Boisgeloup, March 1932). New York, Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)   Pablo Picasso, Bust of a Woman (Dora Maar), 1938    


Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

Tel: 0161 205 3864