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
Today you are going to create an information text about orangutans, using the headings and information from last week. You can create a poster, a leaflet, a powerpoint - anything you want! You can be as creative as you like. If you have done some research on orangutans, you can add your own headings and information. Can you include some interesting facts?? You will have two days to do this task.
Don't forget to share your finished work with Miss Morris on the class email.
Over the next couple of weeks we are going to recap addition and subtraction to 20.
Today, you are going to recap number bonds to 10 and 20. Watch the video and complete the worksheet. Answers are attached.
Additional number bond activities can be found on BBC Bitesize.
Our history topic this half term is 'Seaside Holidays in the Past'. Today, you will be identifying the features of the seaside.
* On the PowerPoint (Slide 2) - look at the pictures of a town, countryside and seaside. What can you see in each photograph? What differences can you see? Create a table of similarities and differences.
* On GoogleMaps - have a look where seaside areas are located. Have a look at towns on GoogleMaps - towns are busy places with loads of road, buildings and traffic. The countryside is quieter, with less buildings and roads.
* On the PowerPoint (Slide 3-5) - have a look at the different seaside locations. What can you see?
* Slide 6 is an example of the worksheet.
Worksheet is attached. If you cannot print it, number your answers.