PE - Let's get moving and wake ourselves up!
Read the phonics story below 3 times. Can you find all the words that have the er sound in them? Remember all the ways to spell the er sound: er, ur, ir, or,
Can you write a list of all the words you have found with the er, ir, ur or sound in your books.Now change to little yellow books
In your packs you will find a sheet with lots of spellings on. Please can you read as many spellings out loud as you can. Choose a line of spellings (5 spellings) and write them in your books.
Look at the picture below:
Can you write a story about this strange ship.
A story start eg. A long time a go
To use capital letters and full stops in each sentence.
To use expanded noun phrases
Challenge: Can you use an exciting verb in your story swaying, exploring etc
Get a grown up to send me a picture of it so I can see your marvellous stories and great presentation
(For grown ups: Let your child sound out and write the words themselves before giving them a spelling)
Follow the link below to our handwriting scheme - Choose the animation for the letter i, l, t, x,z
Practice with your finger the letter formation. Then write the letter as many times as you can fit across a line in your book.
Start with 15 minutes on Numbots or TTrockstars.
(Helpful hint:Your login is on the inside cover of your home learning book)
Maths warm up
Practice counting in 1’s to 100. (clapping)
Practice counting in 10’s to 100. (jumping)
Practice counting in 5’s to 100. (wriggling)
Practice counting in 2’s to 30. (kicking)
Write your numbers 30 -70 in your book.
In your learning pack there is a blank 100 square. Please write the numbers accurately into the boxes so that you can use it with your learning this week.
Neatly in your home learning book:
Complete these addition and subtraction calculations in your head?
30 + 13 = [ ] 50 + 27 = [ ] 44 + 31 = [ ]
70 - 40 = [ ] 100 - 100 = [ ] 28 - 7 = [ ]
Can you give me 15 ways of making 10? You can use any sign you know
Read a book from your book bag, or from home if you prefer. Can you tell your grown up who the main character is and draw them with a short description?
You could start your sentences like this:
The main character is…
She / He has...
Can you find some objects in your house that are primary colours?
Remember, primary colours are red, blue and yellow.
Draw a picture of an object you have found (at least 2 of each primary colour). Remember to look carefully and add details. If you have paints at home can you paint the objects the correct colour. If not, use colouring pencils or whatever you have at home.
Please can you get your adult to upload pictures of your home learning to the class email so i can see and give you feedback
Mrs Smith and Myself will miss you but will look forward to seeing you and your home learning in your pictures. We’ve got this Pandora class!