Continue to read at home each day.
Oxford Owl/Read Write Inc. e-books: https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/books/free-ebooks/
Practise reading these set 2 sounds each day -
Each day there will be a Set 3 focus sound e.g. 'ea' and review sounds e.g. 'ph' and 'wh'. Practise reading the sounds and words containing the sounds. Ask an adult to choose 3 words containing the focus sound and 2 words from each review sound - spell them without looking. Use your fred fingers to help you - say the word and pinch the sounds e.g. d-r-ea-m.
Focus sound: 'ck'
Review sounds: 'kn' 'e-e'
Today you are going to practise reading and spelling words by 'Fred talking' them.
Online lesson - https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zdb3trd
Play the game and complete activities 1, 2 and 3.
This week we are going to begin place value to 100. It is really important to be able to count to and from 100, forwards and backwards, starting at 0, 1 or any given number.
Activity 1 - Watch the video and complete the worksheet. Answers are attached.
Activity 2 - Make number cards 50-100 (you will be using these all week). This is good practise of writing two-digit numbers to 100 but there is a printable alternative below if you prefer.
- Shuffle them up and put them back in order.
- Use them to practise counting to and from 100, forwards and backwards and from different numbers.
- Ask an adult to take some away, can you identify the missing numbers?
Additional activities can be found on BBC Bitesize.
This week is 'National School Sport Week at Home'. This is to try and make up for the loss of sports days at school, which the children really enjoy.
Each day there will be a 'personal challenge' for you to have a go at. Then, choose an 'At Home' activity and complete it with you family. Lots of ideas can be found in the 'Activities Guide' attached below.
Today's personal challenge is: How many star jumps can you do in 1 minute?
I have attached a scoreboard for you to record your score.
Then, choose an activity from the Activity Guide.
Please take pictures/videos and share them with Miss Morris so we can put them on Facebook! Enjoy!