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Week 2

Listen to one of our pupils reading the phonic story! 

Thursday 2nd  April

Phonics: 

Click on the picture below to practice reading some 'Super Power Words' (tricky words!) Today's tricky word  - all.

Watch this video (click on Geraldine) to refresh learning of the Phase 3 digraph or.  Once you have watched the video, your child can practice reading these words:

for / torn / corn / fork 

Then write the sentence in the purple book at the back (don't look, use your phonics mat to write it out):

The fork is in the corn.

Guided Reading:

Phase 2 children are just learning to blend cvc words (cat).

Find the letters:  i / n / m / d . Read for fluency.

Phase 3 children are able to read cvc words and are learning to read with digraphs and trigraphs.

Find the digraphs ai / ee / igh / oa. Read for fluency.

Phonics: (01/04/2020)

Watch this video (click here) to refresh learning of the Phase 3 digraph ar.  Once you have watched the video, your child can practice reading these words:

bar / car / park / hard / far / dark

Then write the sentence in the purple book at the back (don't look, use your phonics mat to write it out):

The car is at the park.

Phonics: (31/03/2020)

Watch this video (click here) to refresh learning of the Phase 3 digraph oo.  Once you have watched the video, your child can practice reading these words:

wood / hood / look / hook / cook / good

Then write the sentence in the purple book at the back (don't look, use your phonics mat to write it out):

The cook is good.

Phonics: (30/03/2020)

Practice reading the Phase 3 Tricky Words, click here for a video. Your child also needs to keep practising the digraphs/trigraphs we covered last week so that they don't forget them.  How about asking your child to write them on individual pieces of paper (nice and big) and scattering them around the back yard, or chalk them on the floor. Then aim a nerf gun, a water spray or bounce a ball at the digraph/trigraph and shout the sound it makes! Great fun!

Watch this video (click on here) to refresh learning of the Phase 3 digraph oo.  Once you have watched the video, your child can practice reading these words:

zoo / moon / cool / food / boot / zoom / mushroom

Then write the sentence in the purple book at the back (don't look, use your phonics mat to write it out):

I can zoom to the moon in a rocket.

Friday 3rd April

 

PE Day again, and as there is no Coach Rob we will use Andy again!

Click on Andy to take a visit to the Savannah!

PSED

Last week we looked at making worry dolls. This week I'm going to share a story called 'Silly Billy', written by Anthony Browne and read by ABC Does.

After listening to the story talk to your grown up about what you think, how you are feeling, anything you would like to share.

Maths: 

Practice counting in steps of ten today. Click here to watch a video to help!

Use yesterdays number cards and some duplo/lego to build a tower of 12. Now turn over a number card and take that many away. 

Ask your child "How many are left now?"

Can your child say it using the language of take away?

For example, "I had 12 and I took away 6 and there are 6 left."

Ask your child to represent this. It could be visual with 12 circles and 6 crossed out leaving 6 remaining or as a number sentence: 12 - 6 = 6. Record in your purple book and share with me. 

Well done to Darcie who did her take aways on minecraft yesterday! Super work.

Maths: (1/04/2020)

Ask your child to write numbers to 12, each number on a small piece of paper. 

Next we're going to be like Supertato and help get rid of all the evil peas!  Carefully give your child 12 peas from the freezer (!)  and ask them to count them and line them up. 

Now turn over a numbered piece of paper and ask your child to read the number then take away that many peas. Ask your child "How many are left now?"

Can your child say it using the language of take away?

For example, "I had 12 Evil peas and I took away 5 Evil Peas and there are 7 left."

Ask your child to represent this. It could be visual with 12 circles and 5 crossed out leaving 7 remaining or as a number sentence: 12 - 5 = 7. Record in your purple book and share with me. 

Stay brave in your task Supertato, you can rid the world of the Evil Peas!!!

 

 

Maths: (31/03/2020)

Practice bouncing like Evil Pea, counting to 20 and backwards as you go. For a challenge, ask your grown up to pick a number and you count on from there!

Watch the Numberblocks video to explore the new number...12 Click on the picture.

Practice writing number 12 in your purple book. Can you represent 12 like you saw the Numberblock 12 do in the clip? Do this using different colours.

 

 

 

 

 

Maths: (30/03/2020)

Using objects from your kitchen/house ask your child to find you a cylinder / sphere / cube / cuboid / cone.

Next ask your child to choose 4 teddies and play the game "On the Bus."  Use dining chairs if you can, if not why not just choose 4 pieces of paper to put together.

  1. Arrange the chairs into groups of four with two rows, so that it resembles the layout of seats in a bus.

  2. Get the children moving around the activity area to some music.

  3. When the music stops, they have to find a seat for themselves and each of their teddies in the bus.

  4. Once they have sat down asks a question. For example, ‘Carl, what can you tell me about where you are sitting?’

  5. The child would then respond with ‘I am sitting next to Jal and behind Jill.’

  6. Repeat the activity!

Key vocabulary: next to / behind / in front of / between.

This pupil read beautifully- segmenting and blending to read the words!

Cooking at home - Yum!

 I just wanted to share with you a picture that Mrs Parkinson drew today. It is of our favourite hymn 'My Lighthouse' and made me think of how strong we all are at this moment with God leading us. Click the picture to find the link to our Hymn, one that we normally sing on a Tuesday in our worship. I know it's your favourite Red Group so sing loud and do all the actions for your Mums and Dads! 

 

Topic: (1/04/2020)

Watch the video  of this weeks text 'Evil Pea Rules' again.

Your task today is to make some vegetable prints so that you can create your own Superhero and Villain. First of all, explore any fruit or vegetables that can be used for printing in the kitchen. Some will need cutting in half and others can be printed as they are. Explore printing in different colours of paint.

When you have settled on the colour and vegetable for your Superhero and Villain make a print of them on clean paper.

Leave the paint to dry and then add features to your Superhero and Villain in felt tip. They may need eyes, a mask, hands, a mouth, a belt and a cape. Have fun creating and I can't wait to see your pictures on Tapestry!

Topic: (01/04/2020)

Yesterday you designed your own Superhero and Villain, and hopefully gave them names. Today is the time we need to bring them to life!

Unfortunately, this app is only available on Apple, so apologies if you are an android user (like myself!)

You will need to download the Chatterkids app which looks like this:

You will also need to use a vegetable to create your Superhero and Villain. Now, follow the instructions in the next picture.

As you use the app try and make up a story with different voices for your different characters. Have fun!

If you don't have apple why not still make the characters using some vegetables and pieces of paper stuck on then ask your grown up to film you on their phone as you make up your own Villain story!

I would love to see your creations on Tapestry, share them with me when you're done!

Topic: (31/03/2020)

Share the story 'Evil Pea Rules' again on Youtube.  Now design your own Superhero and Villain!

You have met Supertato and Evil Pea already, just this morning you met Super Rectangle (number 12 from Numberblocks!) Can you use your imagination to design your own Superhero and Villain. Think about what they will be.....a shape or a vegetable?

What will their costume be like? Will they need:

Mask / Cape / Gloves / Belt 

 

Will they have a special logo?

What colour will they be?

Draw your superhero and villain in your purple book. Use your phonics to write their names!

Topic: (30/03/2020)

 

Share this week's text with your child on you tube: Evil Pea rules. (Click on the picture of Evil Pea!)

 

After sharing the story together talk to your child about the story. This story focuses on the Villain (we have learnt this word in school!) Can your child explain who the villain is? Why is Evil Pea a villain? What does he do?  In the purple book ask your child to draw a picture of Evil Pea from the story. Next ask them to write a sentence about Evil Pea. The words don't have to be perfectly spelt, use the phonics mat to find the correct sounds represented as digraphs/trigraphs.

 

Key vocabulary: Villain / Evil / Naughty / Mischievous / Crafty