The online phonics session will start again on the 20th April, so for this week I would like the children just to recap their sounds for Set 1 and 2 and practise writing their sounds and simple CVC words or sentences ,
Ask your child to read the words below using Fred-talk before blending the words;
CHALLENGE; Say and write a simple sentence including one of the above words.
Please make sure you are still accessing the online reading books on:
I have attached the phonics link for the RWI sessions so you can recap and revisit these with the children:
Practise counting to 20. Count up and back and miss numbers out to see if the children can recognise your mistake. Keep counting beyond 20 if you can.
Cut up numbers to 20. Mix them up and then ask the children to put them in the correct order. Take a number away or swap a number. Can they tell you what is wrong? Can they identify the number that is missing? Only go to 10 if you notice they do not recognise numbers to 20 yet.
Below is an activity you can do if you still have time. It supports what we do in class as most of our daily learning happens through play in the Foundation stage.
Play idea: Use chalk to write numbers to 20 outside or use water and paint the numbers outside on the floor.
Show the children some picture clues of the story. Can they share their ideas about what our new story might be? Make sure your child look at the pictures as well as listening to the words.
Time to reveal that the story is called 'The True Story of the Three Little Pigs'. Watch this video clip of the story attached below;
Invite your child to join in with repeated words such as ‘I huffed and I snuffed and I sneezed a great sneeze.’ Create actions/ noises for key parts.
Ask your child;
What did you like/dislike about the story?
What was your favourite/ least favourite part?
Did the story end as you expected?
PE: 9am work out with Joe Wicks Body Coach https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d3LPrhI0v-w
You can also use this website to play some fun phonics games; https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/
This week’s theme is Pirates. Watch this Pirate story. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0rJ6PBPa45M
Write down at least five questions you would like to ask Captain Purple beard. Don’t forget to add the question marks.
Challenge: Can each of your questions begin with a different question starter? How, When, What, Why and Where.
For example: What is the best piece of treasure you have ever found?
Look at my question, I have used a capital letter and a question mark. I have also checked that my question makes sense and has finger spaces. Remember your neat handwriting.
Practise counting forwards in 1s from 0 to 100.
Here is an interactive 100 square if you need support with counting forwards https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/paint-the-squares
Copy and complete the questions below.
1. 2 more than 12 =
2. 2 more than 23 =
3. 2 more than 48 =
4. 2 more than 87 =
5. 2 more than 36 =
6. 2 more than 93 =
If you have time you can play this game to practise your number bonds to 10 https://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/busyday/ten/
Remember, you can also use the propeller maths boards.
Look at these images of your local area and answer the questions.
What is an address? What is it purpose? Look at what each line shows us. Do you know your home address? Write out the school address and cut out each line. Can you mix it up and put it back together in the right order?
Today, you will create a passport to show information about where you live.
Do you know what a passport is used for?
If you don’t know your home address, ask your adult to help you follow the
Reading: Please do your daily reading and record it in your reading record. New books can be accessed online through this link. You will need to register but it is completely free. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/
Spelling: Keep practising the year 1 Common Exception words. You have these in your packs.