Children it is Wednesday! By lunchtime we will be half way through the week! It has been so lovely to see the work you have all been doing on Tapestry, it seems like lots of you are enjoying yourselves while working hard – fantastic!
Can you answer these addition questions?
a. 3 add 3 is
b. 7 add 4 is
c. 12 add 3 is
d. 4 add 4 is
e. 9 add 6 is
f. 8 add 4 is
g. 7 add 7 is
You can use things you have in the house to help you like little bits of lego, cereal again (if you eat it again like yesterday there might not be any left!)
What do you notice about questions a and d?
Watch the video of the Bog Baby story here… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-YAIcwCvaxs
Do you remember what a habitat is? It is where animals and insects live and it has to have all the things that they need to keep them happy and healthy. Can you write a list of the things that the Bog Baby needs in his habitat?
Speech and Language
Can you tell your grown up a message that you would like to give to one of your friends at school? If they send it into us we can share it with their friend on Tapestry! Try and speak in full sentences.
Review sounds sent home on the sheet and ff, ll, ss, zz and ch – remind children these are 2 letters 1 sound.
Practice writing f d h
Sound swap: chip – chop – bop
Read: dug, miss, buzz, jet
Write: run, dad, mum
Dictate: Mum had a run.
Read: The first two parts of this book, Sun hat fun and Pop!
Review – sh, ch, ng, th, wh, ai, ay and the ee sound and it’s different spellings: ea, e, and y
Practice writing g y j
Sound swap: – be- we- she- he- me
Today focussing on y
Read and underline y: happy, dolly, messy, tummy, teddy
Write: nelly, funny, sorry, smelly
Read polysyllabic words – words with two syllables. Draw a line in the word at the end of the first syllable like this mag|net, ask the children to read the first part – mag then read the second part – net then read together – magnet.
dogleg, handbag, sandpit
Dictate: See my messy trains.
Reading: Nip and Chip https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/interactives/29256.html
Review: sh, ch, ng, ck, qu, th, wh, ai, ay ee, e, ee, y, igh, ie, oa, ow, oo, ar, or, aw
Read: cork, high, goat, pie, paw
Write: draw, fort, hawk, coat
Read polysyllabic words – words with two syllables: growbag, distant, complex
Dictate: I was born with a claw. It was sharp.
Reading: Spots! https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/api/digital_books/1380.html
Join in with Jack Hartman, getting fit AND counting to 100!
Don’t forget PE with Joe and Cosmic Yoga too!