Busy fingers/ Fine motor
For this, you can either have a look on the document 'Fine motor skills at home' and choose one of those to do, or you can go to the 'Teach Handwriting' website (Link below) to practise letter formation. Today's focus is on the letters 'i, l, t, x, z'. Watch the animations to make sure you know where to start the letter, then either print the worksheets provided on the website, or just have a go at writing those letters on some paper at home.
Today we are looking at the trigraph 'ear'. Remember- a trigraph is 3 letters that make 1 sound.
Go through the powerpoints- do you know all the sounds? How many tricky words do you know? I challenge you to learn as many as you can this week!
Read through the 'ear' words. Don't forget to segment and blend together!
Play a game on Phonics Play (Link below).
Write the 'ear' words to match the pictures.
Can you find the 'ear' words in the wordsearch?
Choose 3 'ear' words and write 3 sentences with each word.
If you could go anywhere, where would you choose?
Have a look at the picture below from the book 'You Choose'. Have a think about where you would choose to go, draw a picture of it and write some sentences.
'I would go to... because...'
It is important to keep busy and active-even while you're at home!
You could choose your own physical activity to do- anything you like! Running, skipping, dancing...
Or, click on the link below and follow Joe Wicks.
In Maths this week we are looking at money. Today we are naming and recognising the coins we use. What coins do you know?
I will go through the Powerpoint on the Teams call at 1:00pm.
Looking after the World
Last week we read 'Somebody Swallowed Stanley!"
Can you remember what happens in the story? Why is Stanley sad? How is he helped at the end?
We have been talking a lot about looking after our world. Talk to your Mum/Dad- what can we do to look after our world?
I would like you to make a poster or a leaflet explaining what we need to do to look after our world. You can do your own research with your Mum/Dad and or look at the powerpoint below.
Don't rush! I'd love to be able to put these up around the classroom and put them on the website for others to see!