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"Let the love of Christ show in all that we do"

Week 15

Phonics:

Revisit/Revise

Remember to revisit the Phase 3 digraphs/trigraphs - try a game from phonicsplay!

Practise reading phase 3 tricky words along with the new Phase 4 tricky word we are learning each day then practise the consonant clusters we are learning.

Every day practise writing the Phase 3 tricky words:

be/he/me/we/she/was/you/they/all/are/my/her

Teach/Practise:

Teach the new tricky word - when

Look at the word, count the letters, say the letters, say the letter names and put the word into a sentence. "When you have tidied your room we will go for a walk."

 

Practise reading these polysyllabic words, don't forget to split them up into manageable chunks!

scr-u-nch-e-s     spl-a-sh-e-s     spl-e-n-d-i-d

Apply:

Now read these polysyllabic words and draw a picture to go with them.

Guided Reading

Below are two guided reading books. Both are phase 3 based. If your child is beginning to put sounds together to read words please choose 'Slip, slap, slop.' If your child is confident in identifying Phase 3 digraphs/trigraphs please read 'Meet Zinzan'.

Teach/Practise: (Wednesday 1st July)

Teach the new tricky word - out

Look at the word, count the letters, say the letters, say the letter names and put the word into a sentence. "Get out your pencils and we will do some work."

Now write some of the words you have been learning to read:

scr-a-m     scr-a-p     scr-u-b     spl-a-t     spr-i-ng     spr-i-nt-s     str-a-p     str-i-ct

str-i-ng

scr-ee-ch     scr-ee-ch     str-ai-n     str-ee-t     str-o-ng

 

Apply:

Use your fab phonics to read the sentence below!

Teach/Practise: (Tuesday 30th June)

Teach the new tricky word - when

 

Look at the word, count the letters, say the letters, say the letter names and put the word into a sentence. "When did you make the mess in the living room?"

 

Now use your phonics to read some of the following words:

scr-ee-ch     scr-ee-ch     str-ai-n     str-ee-t     str-o-ng

Apply:

Read and circle the correct words. 

(If you don't have a printer read the words then write the correct word and draw the picture.)

Teach/Practise: Monday 29th June

Teach the new tricky word - do

Look at the word, count the letters, say the letters, say the letter names and put the word into a sentence. "Do you want an ice cream now or later?"

 

Now use your phonics to read some of the following words:

scr-a-m     scr-a-p     scr-u-b     spl-a-t     spr-i-ng     spr-i-nt-s     str-a-p     str-i-ct

str-i-ng

Apply:

Read the words and stick the correct picture underneath. If you don't have a printer read the word out for your child and encourage them to write it down then draw their own picture to match.

Friday 3rd July

Let's try something different for PE today. Click the link below to do a Cosmic Kids Yoga session. Enjoy!

 

PSED:

Over the last couple of weeks we have been talking about our feelings. Can your child remember times when they were happy, angry or scared? Can they give an example of what happened? Click on the link below to look at a story all about feeling lonely.

Maths:

Number recognition - Show your child a number (which is written on a piece of paper) between 10-20. Ask them what the number is and get them to draw the corresponding amount e.g. 13 and 13 circle.s

 

Now you did such a brilliant job at the subtraction problems yesterday I have added some additions problems.

Grown ups - You need to read the question for your child. Model the first problem for your child, emphasising the words which indicate it is a add/addition/plus. Use objects to help model the action of starting with some objects and then adding some more.

Once you've done the first question read the next question to your child and ask questions like:

*How many xxx do we need?

*What happened to the xxx?

*What do you need to do?

*Can you do that?

*How many are there altogether?

*What sum did you do?

Maths: (Wednesday 1st July)

Sharing - Car park chaos

Lay out three pieces of grey or black A4 paper to represent car parks. Then, add nine toy cars. Can your child park the cars in the car parks so that there are the same number of cars in each one? Repeat with different amounts of cars and different amounts of parking spaces (12/4, 20/5 etc)

 

Now your child is amazing at subtraction/take away sums why not have a go at some problem solving questions?

Grown ups - You need to read the question for your child. Model the first problem for your child, emphasising the words which indicate it is a take away/subtraction. Use objects to help model the action of starting with some objects and then taking away.

Once you've done the first question read the next question to your child and ask questions like:

*How many xxx do we need?

*What happened to the xxx?

*What do you need to do?

*Can you do that?

*How many are left?

*What sum did you do?

Maths: (Tuesday 30th June)

Lolly stick numbers
Write the numerals 0-20 on lolly sticks (or on pieces of paper if you don't have lolly sticks). Pull out a stick (turn over your paper) and say the number. Ask your child:

What is one more than this number?

What is one less?

Repeat with other numbers.

Now practise your subtraction skills again! Use objects to help if you need them. See if your child can complete some of these sums independently. Do they use the language subtract, take away, equals?

Maths: Monday 28th June

Let's practise doing some more take away sums this week. Download the document and read the guidance at the beginning. If you struggle to download the Powerpoint simply choose a number of objects (7/8/9/10 and then choose how many to take a way (1/2/3/4/5/6) and count how many are left.

Now have a  go at your very own take away sums! Remember to use practical objects and actually take away if you need to.

RE:

Share the passage from the Bible below with your child.

Jesus’s rule is to 'Love one another'  Ask your child:

*What is Jesus’ rule?
* What will happen when you are happy together?
* Why do you like your friends?
* What makes a good friend?

Make a ‘friendship ring’ candle holder with malleable material.

Friendship Circle 4 Friends  Circle of Friends of Clay  Tea image 0

Topic:

This half term our topic is all about Pirates!  It is a great topic with lots of exciting activities to complete. Rather than focusing on a book each week there will be a focusing on building language, learning poems and learning songs. I will add a suitable story for you to read each week and this week work builds (loosely) on the story from a previous week 'Pirate Pete and his Parrot'.  I aim to read the story every day to build familiarity but also for the children to gain vocabulary and understanding.  If you have any pirate stories at home feel free to read them together!

This weeks story is 'Pirates Love Underpants' . Enjoy this brilliant story together. Read every day so that your child becomes really familiar with the text. Ask questions about the story as you read.

Pirate Resources

Name
 -under-the-sea-description-writing-template.pdfDownload
 05 Track 5.mp3Download
 I Spy count to 20.pdfDownload
 I spy to 20 Checklist.pdfDownload
 If I were a pirate.....docxDownload
 one_eyed_jack.pdfDownload
 Things I treasure most.pdfDownload
 Under-the-Sea-What-Can-You-See-Powerpoint.pptDownload
 Wanted poster.pdfDownload
 what-can-you-see-through-your-pirate-telescope.pdfDownload
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