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Phonics:

Note; If you ask your child to read the set 2 sounds in your home learning pack and they know the set 2 sounds really well, move onto watching set 3. If they are still not recognising all of the set 1 sounds, continue to revise these. 

 

Ask your child to read the words below using Fred-talk before blending the words:

 

three

been

green

seen

sleep

 

Now ask them to try spelling the words; Say the word slowly and allow them to decode the word independently to spell it. Keep a record of their score to share with us.

 

English:

Watch this YouTube clip to hear the story ‘Bumpus Jumpus Dinosaurumpus’ and join in with the actions once more;                                              

   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eUNYIFwEGY

Today, you are going to draw and label your very own dinosaur to join the Dinosaurumpus.

 

Questions to talk about;

 

Will you dinosaur have a long or short neck?

What movements and sounds will your dinosaur make?

What does it like to eat?

What name will you give your dinosaur? We called ours ‘Hillosaurus’ and ‘Dinogough’.

 

 

Maths:

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/ks2numeracy-shape-and-weight.html

Choose 5 different fruits or vegetables in your house. I want you to use scales if you have them, or hands if you don’t and weigh each object ordering them from lightest to heaviest. Which is heaviest and how do you know? Which is the lightest and how do you know?

 

Challenge and play idea: Make a cake or something sweet with your adults at home. You can use the scales to help weigh the different ingredients. Maybe you could try and make some frozen treats in this lovely weather to help keep you nice and cool. 

https://www.eatsamazing.co.uk/family-friendly-recipes/dessert-sweet-treat-recipes/10-easy-homemade-ice-lolly-recipes-for-kids 

 

 

 

Reading: Please do your daily reading and record it in your reading record. 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/.

 

Topic: Pick a challenge from the home learning grid. 

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  • Thunberg
  • Luther-King
  • Kahlo
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