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Monday 27th April 2020

Good morning Luna Class! We hope you have been enjoying all the sunshine over the weekend.


Reading & Phonics 

Please remember to share your reading book with an adult every day. Make sure you are saying the sounds and reading the words. Well done to all of you who are able to come to school and are changing your books. 


Can you read this sentence? Remember some are two letters and one sound.

Did the vet tell Bill the dog to run up the hill?


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This week we will be reading a new book called The shop.

Can you see what Josh is selling in his shop?

Could you set up a shop? What sh things can you find?


Try this breathing activity



  • Can you play a game of ‘I count – you count’ with your grown up.  One of you needs to start counting for example say the numbers 1,2,3, and then the other person takes over counting…4,5,6…and then you take turns to count in order.  See how far you can count to!
  • This week we are going to be learning all about adding.  Have a look at the bus ten frame story below.  It talks about using the language ‘first’, ‘then’ and ‘now’ to describe what happens when we add things together.
  • Using your ten frames and some small toys can you make up your own adding bus story?  Tell it to your grown up. 
  • For example – ‘First there were 3 toys, then there were 2  toys, now there are 5 toys altogether’.
  • You could have a go at writing this in a number sentence that looks like this:  3 + 2 = 5
  • Repeat this activity 3 times.


  • Ask a grown up to flash all the letter cards and get you to say the sounds as you see them. 
  • Ask a grown up to flash all the high frequency word cards and get you to say the word you see. 


  • Look at the pictures below.  Tell your grown up all the things that you can see. 
  • Listen carefully to the words and see if you can hear all the sounds – say them out loud.
  • Write the words in your home learning book.



Daily Challenge

  • Talk to your grown up about what the words ‘float’ and ‘sink’ mean.
  • Have a look around the house and garden for different objects that you can test out to see if they float or sink...(please check with your grown up first before you test them!)
  • Can you find 3 things that float and three things that sink? Can you tell an adult why you think they sink or float?
  • Draw pictures in your home learning books of all the items under the headings 'float' and 'sink'.