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Thursday 23rd April 2020

Everyday tasks  Thursday 23rd April 2020 ( 23.4.20):

 

Maths task

Parents please can you open the  following bbc webpage and help your son join in with the  Maths activity each day.

 

BBC Bitesize daily lessons    Y1 ( or if you prefer some of you can use Y2)

 

There are also some English and  topic activities you might like to use too.

 

 

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 use the words  you have copied and cut out  ( using felt-tips onto cardboard ( perhaps the back of a cereal  packet)

to all are said  the go I come some a she we like be he for of

 

    • 5 Games to play this week using the words:-
      1. Choose any 2 words and read the words ( repeat using 2 more words)
      2. Choose any 2 words and make up a silly sentence using those words ( parents perhaps you can write the sentence down?)
      3. Choose any 3 words and  copy into  your home learning journal- use coloured crayons to do this
      4. Choose 4 words and place them around the room/ house/ garden and ask your son to run to one of the words you shout  out ( repeat using a different 4 words)
      5. Put all the words  on the floor or table and  ask your son to
        •  ‘Find  a word that has one letter,
        •  ‘Find  a word that has two letters,
        • ‘Find  a word that has three letters and then
        •  ‘Find  a word that has four letters’
  • If you are in Mrs Osborn’s group [ LL CC CT JT OH ZB],, then please use the words  you have copied and cut out  ( using felt-tips onto cardboard ( perhaps the back of a cereal  packet)

they them called asked for of were was any many looked saw said all are

 

    • 5 Games to play this week using the words:-
      • Choose any 2 words and read the words ( repeat using 2 more words until you have read all the words)
      • Choose any 3 words and  copy them into your home learning journal- use coloured crayons to do this if you like
      • Choose any 2 words and make up a silly sentence using those words
      • Choose 4 words and place them around the room/ house/ garden and ask your son to run to one of the words you shout  out ( repeat using a different 4 words)
      • Put all the words  on the floor or table and  ask your son to
        • ‘Find  a word that has two letters,
        • ‘Find  a word that has three letters
        •  ‘Find  a word that has four letters
        • ‘Find  a word that has five letters
        • ‘Find  a word that has six letters
        • Find me a word starting with the sound sss/ mmm/ ooo/fff 

 

  • Challenge- race the clock
  •  Use the sound cards in your pack and make as many words as you can in 5 minutes!  Did you do more today than yesterday?

 

Reading:

Read your favourite book (from your book bag or one from home).  Copy one long  word or sentence in your Home learning journal.

 

Topic:

COOKING

Fruit salad-

 Cut up different types of fruit and ix together to make your own healthy fruit salad.

If you have cocktail sticks, then push pieces of cut up fruit on to each stick and you have made your own  mini fruit skewers !

[If you have any chocolate then I am sure parents can help you melt some chocolate in the microwave and then you can dip the fruit in the melted chocolate too]

Eat and enjoy!

 

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