Lordship Lane Primary School

A Love of Learning and the Perseverance to Succeed

Wb 20th April 2020

Reading and Writing


Click on the link below to listen to the story

We hope that you have enjoyed the story of Slinky Malinki. Listen to the story of Slinky Malinki again. Use the Mind Map at the bottom of this page to write key words or sentences about Slinky Malinki.  Remember to include some key adjectives.

Download the Mind Map at the bottom of this page.  When you have finished, download the worksheet and write a character description of Slinky Malinki.  Use the word bank and sentence starters to help you. There are also some pictures below that may give you some ideas.

We look forward to seeing some of your work uploaded on our Year 1 blog. smiley

What do you think happened to Slinky Malinki after he got caught?  At the end of the story, Slinky Malinki stayed at home.  Write a few sentences to describe what you think Slinky Malinki did next.  Use these pictures, the word bank and sentence starters below to help you.

DON'T FORGET to download the worksheet at the bottom of the webpage .

Art and Design 


Design and make your own array city


An array is a group of objects or pictures that are arranged in rows and columns. Make sure there is an equal amount in each row and column.






We have moved onto multiplication in maths. To help us understand why and how we multiply, we started by looking at repeated addition and arrays.


  • What number sentences can you write from your array city e.g. 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 = 10

     or 2 x 5 = 10


  • Go to the bottom of the page and complete the counting in 10s activity.

enlightenedChallenge: Can you write multiplication sentences and their repeated addition sentences that can be found in the 2, 3, 5 and 10 times table? How many can you do?

 Click on the 2Dos button in Purple Mash from Monday 27th for a new multiplication activity based on your 2, 5 and 10 times tables.

Maths Mastery Questions


Look at the end of this page to download the Maths Mastery Questions 1, 2 and 3.

The questions can be imported into your Paint application (MS Paint) which is usually installed on all computers or log in to London Mail to use Office 365 and import into a word or powerpoint document.

You should then be able to scribe on the worksheet to record your answers. Make sure you save your work and upload to our blog.

Maths (Counting in 10s)