Thornham Bubble Week Ahead 5th October

Hello Thornham

Welcome to another week ahead!


This week we are learning…


We will continue to learn the model text ‘Diary of  an Astronaut’ along side learning features of Diary writing.  We will read and spell words – Dear, First, Next, Then, After that and Finally.

We will also been thinking of changing the text to make it our own.  See if you can change the story for example instead of an astronaut you might want to write a diary of a Fireman or a farmer!

Here is a copy of the original text again Diary of an Astronaut (1) (3)

Also we have been looking at comprehension questions have a go at answering the questions in full sentences.  Remember to add a capital letter at the beginning and a full stop at the end!  Diary of an Astronaut comprehension


Spellings for homework are  will, with, then, them, this and that.  Please practise reading and spelling these words.


High Frequency Words

We are focussing on the following high frequency words this week –

see, for, now, down, look and too



This week we are recapping  the phase 3 sounds – ur, ow, oi, ear.

Here is the link to BBC bitezie  to help you practise learning the sounds.




Please continue to practise counting in ones to 50, in twos to 20 and tens to 100.

Power maths we will be…

Year 1 – Unit 1,  Lesson 10, 11, 12.

We will be ordering  and comparing numbers, Learning ordinal numbers to 10 and using a number line. Go the following link for help.


Year 2 – Unit 1, Lesson 4 and 5

We will continue to learn about place value (tens and one in a 2 digit number), representing numbers on a place value grid. Here is a BBC bitesize link to help you.


Also Log in to Education City there are some activities there to help you.



In science this week we are learning about Habitats-

Go on Education City  – science.

Or Oak Academy KS1 Science   (Habitats) https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/comparing-numbers-within-10-c8vp4d

Or have a look at this powerpoint

Local Habitats


Can you answer the question?

Why are too many gases in the atmosphere  a problem? Go Oak Academy link below to help you answer the question.

KS1 Georgrapy    –



Have a great week


Mrs Stanley


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