I hope you are all keeping well and had a good weekend. Did you see the snow? Maybe you were lucky enough to go out in it!
Eiyden, I can see you have been working very hard on your writing and your numbers. You are doing so well! Keep it up!
Alfie, I was so pleased to see how much you have improved writing your name. Well done!
Paolo, how lovely to see that you did some special baking for St Agnes day!
Here is your learning for today:
Use your sounds and/or high frequency words to complete the sentences. e.g He is a quit boy. (He is a quiet boy.) She is sing. (She is singing.) Remember it is ok to only write the sounds you hear. It doesn't have to be spelled correctly. As always, don't forget a capital letter for the start of the sentence, finger spaces and a full stop at the end. Read over your sentence once you have written it. Point to each word as you say it.
Phonics: Today's lesson is a review of last week's sounds that you learned.
Now practise your reading.
Writing: Keep practising your handwriting. Follow the direction of the arrows. Use your magic writing finger at first, don't stop writing until you finish the letter. Next, try writing it on paper. We will practise some letters we have learned already. These are called ladder letters. Go up and down the ladder first, before you practise the letters. You could make some words using the letters - it, ill, till, lit, tilt.
Literacy: See the video below for what to do today.
For the next part, you will need 5 objects and a box or a bag. Choose a number of objects. How many objects do you have altogether? (e.g 4) Hide some objects in the box or bag. (e.g hide 2 objects). How many objects can you see? (e.g 2) How many objects must be hiding in the box/bag? (2 )
Go on a colour hunt in your house. Can you find something that is each of the colours below?
Draw what you find for each colour. Can you find anything else that is a different colour that is not on the sheet? e.g brown Can you say whether they are a dark or light colour? e.g light or dark green