Continue to read at home each day.
Oxford Owl/Read Write Inc. e-books: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/
Read the sound and the words containing the sound (recap Set 2 sounds and previous Set 3 sounds as you go along).
Practise spelling the words containing the new sound. Practise spelling some words from Set 2 and previous Set 3 sounds.
Pick 3 common exception words from this list each day to practise spelling - https://cdn.oxfordowl.co.uk/2019/08/29/13/48/38/98b01b1e-5cd2-47f6-a592-f97cebd0b777/CommonExceptionWords_Y1.pdf
Read the story 'Stuck'. Choose 8 main points in the story and draw pictures to represent them to create a story map. Practise re-telling the story using your pictures.
Optional printable story map sheet attached.
Today you are going to continue practising sharing between groups of 2, 5 and 10 but you are going to draw your own groups.
E.g. Share 14 apples between 2. How many groups do you need? (2)
Draw 2 circles and share 14 between them, by putting a dot/cross in each one, one at a time, until you reach 14.
An example has been done for you.
What would you take with you on a seaside picnic?
Watch this video for some information about the different food groups - https://www.twinkl.co.uk/go/resource/tgv2-sc-11-food-groups-30-second-video
Twinkl access code: UKTWINKLHELPS
Humans need different food groups to help us grow and stay healthy. There are five main food groups. Each one does a different job in the body. Foods containing carbohydrates give us energy. Foods containing protein help our muscles and organs stay healthy and help the body repair itself. Foods containing fat give us energy, help our brains and keep us warm. Foods containing dairy products give us calcium and vitamin D for strong bones and teeth... and foods containing fruits and vegetables provide our bodies with essential vitamins and minerals. They support every part of our body! You need different amounts of each food group in your diet.
Which foods will you eat today?
It is important to have a balanced diet. This is a balanced plate. It helps us understand the different types of food there are and how much of each type we should eat.
Design a seaside picnic, ensuring it is a balanced meal and answer the questions.