Maths task day 6:
Telling the time/ understanding language of the passing of time.
Use clocks around your home- digital ones on ipads or cookers or analogue clocks on watches, or wall-clocks if you have one.
- Draw 3 squares on one page of the learning journal book ( big enough to draw a picture in each square).
- Write these words –[ one under each square, in this order]
Yesterday Today Tomorrow
- Now draw a picture to show what you did ( or what you will do) in each of the sqaures [ some children can write a sentence alongside their picture]
- Talk about what time they may be having lunch /or what time they will have tea/ go to bed etc.
- Understanding the passage of time and then being able to tell the time, involves children learning and remembering lots of vocabulary. Please try to use the following words as often as possible [ and encourage your child to use them too]:-
- Yesterday, today, tomorrow, before, now, after, next,
- Year, month, week, day
- Morning, mid-day, afternoon, evening, night, mid-night
- Clock, hands, hour, minute, second, O’clock, half past, quarter past, quarter to
English phonic/ writing task:
We are split into 2 groups for our phonics work.
- If you are in Mrs Masters’ group [ BH SE LL HW RL LB] then please complete phonic sheet page 17 - say the sound, write the missing sounds, then read the word
- If you are in Mrs Osborn’s group [ LL CC CT JT OH ZB], then please use phonic sheet page Unit 2 and again choose DIFFERENT 4 words and write 4 sentences using at least one each of your chosen words
Use the sound cards in your pack
Find these sounds (All single sounds) a-z and try to make as many 3 letter words as possible.
Read your favourite book (from your book bag or one from home).
Copy one sentence or draw one picture form the book.
We have been learning about the life cycle of a frog.
Have a look at this video to remember what you have begun to learn.
Can you draw the life-cycle ?