Home Learning blog - Day 27
Good Morning Year 1!
I am so very excited to read all of your stories today! I love being able to see all of the progress you are making at home and I am so proud of you all!
Please send your stories into:
Here are your learning activities for today:
Today you are going to learn a new sound. It is a split diagraph - this is when two letters make one sound, but they are separated with a consonant. You are going to look at the a-e sound. This makes the sound in words such as cake, bake, make, lake. In school we say the rhyme "a-e, a-e, bake a cake".
English: To retell a story in sequence.
Today we are going to finish off our stories. I hope you are as excited as I am. You are all so creative and have such wonderful ideas that your stories are always better than mine, and I cannot wait to all of your lovely ideas!
If you would like to listen to the story again, here is the video:
Here is the last bit of my story - remember to use all of your previous ideas, read what you have already written and have lots of fun with it!
Maths: To compare numbers within 50.
Here is the next lesson in the sequence of learning. Join in with the lesson and complete the questions when instructed to!
Design and Technology: To use a range of materials to create a product.
Following on from your lesson on Tuesday, you are going to use your plan to create your own cape/costume today. This is so you can wear your cape and tell your own version of Where the Wild Things are!
You will need an old (white) t-shirt as I mentioned earlier in the week and anything else you can find to help you decorate it! I would love to see pictures of the finished product!
Follow the video to make the basic cape shape and decorate how ever you wish to!
Have a tremendous Thursday everyone,
Miss Kennedy x
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