Here is your learning for today.
Phonics: Watch the phonics video below. You will need paper and something to write with.
Writing: We are going to do 'pen disco' again today. Practise writing the patterns while listening to music that you like. You need paper or card and something to write with. See the video for today's pattern. There is also a picture of the finished patterns to remind you. Enjoy!
Literacy: Practise your reading. Look at the sheet below. Don't worry if you can't print it.
Today is a slightly different activity. Today you have to choose which picture matches the sentence underneath. First look at both pictures. Talk about what is in each one. Look at the sentence. Are there any words you know (high frequency words)?
Point to each word and say the word as you read it. Say each sound in the word for the words you don't know. Decide which picture matches the sentence you have read.
Have a go at making pairs. You could collect some natural objects if you go out for a walk or you could use a group of your favourite toys or any objects you can find around your house. You could sort pairs of socks on washing day. Use different numbers of objects and make pairs of the objects. Remember pairs mean 2 of something. How many pairs have you made? Do you have any objects left over?
R.E. Next Wednesday is a special day in the Church's calendar. It is Ash Wednesday. When we go to church on Ash Wednesday, a Cross is made on our foreheads with ashes to show that we want to grow more like Jesus.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. Lent is a special time when we think about Jesus, how he grew in love and how we will try to grow in love, goodness, kindness and helpfulness like him.
Talk to someone in your family about what you could try to do during Lent to be more like Jesus. We try to care more, share more and help each other. What could you do during Lent? Maybe you could help by keeping your room tidy. You could be kind to your brother or sister and share your toys.
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