Onthank Primary 3

Mrs Saxelby’s Wednesday


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Hello all, hope today finds you healthy and happy!

Let’s get to work!

Numeracy: Telling the Time

Task:  Read the times on these clocks and record.

             Remember we have explored o’clock and half past.


Worksheet containing 9 analogue clocks showing o'clock or half ...

Challenge: Play this game which allows you to practise times using O’ Clock and Half Past!

Telling Time Hour, Half Past – Math Game for Kids

LITERACY: wh and ph sounds

Task: Read this note between two friends and record down in a LIST the words that have:

            1)  ph in them       2) wh in them

Dear Steph,

Did you hear that Whitney took her nephew and niece to Whitewash Zoo last week? When they were in town they picked up a pamphlet and her niece Phoebe whinged and whined about visiting until Whitney whispered, “Aright, we will go!”

Whenever she was next off work, she took them both. Whilst they were there they saw five elephants. One was a baby orphan but it was looked after by the others. The zoo keeper fed them using a wheelbarrow to bring in the food and she also wrote the times when the baby ate on a large graph.

They also saw a dolphin show in the huge pool. Phoebe and Phil had a fantastic time as they got a photograph taken with two dolphins called Whoosh and Splash. When the lady whistled they whacked their tails in the water. They were so excited after this they phoned their mum to tell her all their news!

I think we should visit the zoo! See you soon,

Love from Phyllis x

Challenge:  Add more wh and ph words, that you know, to your lists.

                        How many ph words did you get altogether?

                        How many wh words did you get altogether?

 * POST your lists on your blog for us to see!


HEALTH & WELLBEING : Feelings and Emotions

Do you remember Lucy’s Blue Day story we listened to the other week?

Here is another story about Lucy, let’s watch!

Task: Draw a picture of you and colour your hair to show us how you are feeling today?

              e.g. Blue = Sad, Red = Angry, Yellow = Happy, Green = Jealous, Purple = Excited etc.

            You could add words around your drawing that will explain your mood further    OR

            You could even write a sentence or two to let us know exactly how you are feeling?

Please post your work as your teacher would love to hear how you are feeling during Lockdown!

Well Done for all your efforts today and we will check in tomorrow for more learning experiences!

Virtual Hugs from Mrs Saxelby and P2 Team

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