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Week 16

Pirate Party Day (Friday 10th July)

Get your homemade pirate costume on, including the patch, hat and telescope you've made over the last couple of weeks!

Play a pirate game called...

Use whatever resources you can find around the house (settee, clothes horse, brush, sheets etc) to build your very own pirate ship!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Phonics: (Thursday 9th July)

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

Play tricky word trucks. make sure you choose phase 3 and phase 4, tricky words and HFW!

Teach/Practise:

Click on the picture to go to the website and play the word pairs game.

Apply:

Ask your child to use their phase 3 and 4 phonics to write a sentence to go with the picture below.

(The clown did tricks with the chimpanzee.)

Don't forget to split up the word chimp-an-zee!

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 'No Lunch.' If your child is confident in identifying Phase 3 digraphs/trigraphs please read 'Stop That Popcorn'.

Teach/Practise: (Wednesday 8th July)

Use the consonant clusters below to write some words. How many words can you write for each cluster?

Apply:

Download the document with the story. You need to use all your phase 3 and phase 4 phonics to read the story. Can you spot the tricky words listed as you read? Circle them.

Teach/Practise (Tuesday 7th 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. "Let's get the games out of the cupboard."

Now play the game linked below. You can play it on phase 3 and phase 4!

Apply:

Read the sentences and draw a picture to go with them.

Teach/Practise Monday 6th July

Teach the new tricky word - some

Look at the word, count the letters, say the letters, say the letter names and put the word into a sentence. "Some of the toast is burnt."

Practise writing a sentence to go with the picture. Don't copy, use your phase 3 and 4 phonics to help. Don't forget a finger space, capital letter and full stop.

'Keep slugs off the flowers.'

Apply:

Have a go at reading some of the questions in the PowerPoint below. Answer yes or no to the questions.

Join in with our pirate singing and dancing!

Get all pirate-y today with your lunch and turn it into a pirate feast!

Play a pirate game called...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Maths: (Thursday 9th July)

Click the picture to go to the game on the website.

Adults, you need to drag however many (between 11-20) counters on to the two tens frames. Ask your child to count how many counters altogether. Encourage them to say 15 counters, 10 and 5 more is 15. Repeat withe other numbers.

CHALLENGE: Ask your child to count out a given number between 11-20.

Let's think more about problem solving with halving and sharing. Complete the sheet below to solve halving and sharing problems.

Maths:

Click the picture to follow the link to a new game. Put the caterpillar body parts in order to 20.

CHALLENGE: Try backwards from 20 to 1!

Let's think more about problem solving with doubles. Complete the sheet below to solve double problems.

Maths (Tuesday 7th July)

Practise counting backwards from 20. Sing 20 green bottles and take one away or just take one away to count backwards.

CHALLENGE: start from a teen number and count backwards from there!

Let's continue thinking about time. Sing the days of the week song from yesterday. Now think about the following...

Maths: Monday 6th July

Let's start the week off by recognising numbers to 20. Click the picture to go to the Helicopter game, practise recognising numbers 1 to 20. Start off by choosing the direct option (to be asked to find 1 number.) If you are great at this have a go at the between option (to be asked to find a number between 2 other numbers!)

Sing the days of the week song and then let's do some more problem solving, but today with time!

Have a go at some pirate yoga.

Play a pirate game called...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Topic:

And just like that we have out final week of our topic Pirates! I can't believe it has gone so quickly. Below is the grid from the previous two weeks, please complete any activities you have not done so far, aiming to complete 2 Literacy/writing activities.

 

Pirate dress up day is this Friday 10th July. Myself, Mrs Graham and the children in school will be dressing up and I will be setting some extra special Pirate activities on Thursday night for Friday. Make sure you have your Pirate hat, eye patch and telescope ready for Friday. Share your pirate pictures with me on tapestry on Friday, along with your extra special pirate work.

Pirate Resources

Name
 -under-the-sea-description-writing-template.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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This week's story is called 'A New Home for a Pirate'. Click the picture to hear the story.

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