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Thursday 7th May 2020

Good morning Luna Class!

 

As it is a bank holiday tomorrow, there wont be any learning for Friday. You might like to make your own bunting, party hat or bake a cake just like they did 75 years ago to celebrate VE day. You could use all your teddies and have a party too!!

 

       

 

Celebrating VE Day 

   Skipping was very popular 75 years ago.

 

 

   Do you have a skipping rope?

 

 

   How many times can you skip without              stopping?

Reading and phonics

 

We will finish our book today The big chip.

Can you tell someone what has already happened this week?

What does chop mean?

 

 

Do you like chips?

 

 

What do you like to dip your chips in?

Can you draw a ch in your learning book?

 

Look at all the ch pictures, can you draw some in your ch ?

 

Maths

 

Five Little Ducks

Can you sing along with this song? Make sure you hold 5 fingers up and take one away each time a duck goes away!

  • Can you practise counting BACKWARDS? Start with number 20 and stop when you get to zero! Use your number cards to help you – place them in order and touch each one as you count backwards!
  • Today we would like you to have a go at answering the following take away sums...see below!
  • First count how many items there are and find the number on the number line. 
  • Next jump backwards for the amount that you are taking away.  Where you land is the answer. 
  • You could also try using your fingers – hold up the same number of fingers as the number of items and then take away the number of fingers to find the answer.
  • Tell your grown up the ‘first, then, now’ story for each of them and then have a go at writing the number sentences in your book.

Writing

  • 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.

 

Well done for all your lovely writing this week!

  • First – look at the picture below and talk to your grown up…use these questions to help you:
  1. What can you see?
  2. Who are the characters?
  3. What do you think is happening?
  4. What might happen next?
  • Now think about some sentences you could write about the picture. How many words in your sentence? Keep saying the words so you remember your sentence. Now write the first word - listen for all the sounds and write them as you hear them. Carry on until you have finished the sentence.
  • Remember to say the words slowly out loud and listen for the sounds in the word and write those down…try not to copy words or trace words that your grown up has written as we want you to be able to listen for the sounds instead of copying them.
  • Once you have written your sentences – read them out loud.

Daily Challenge

  • Go and find the object that you put in the freezer...What has happened to your object?
  • What happened to the water? What does the water look like now? Do you know this is called Ice?
  • Today's challenge is to find a way to melt the ice!
  • What will you use to melt it? Talk to your grown up about different ways it might melt.
  • Can you now sprinkle some salt on your ice block?  What happens?
  • In your books - draw some pictures and ask a grown up to label what you did to melt the ice.
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