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Wednesday 6th May 2020

Good Morning Luna Class!

To continue our learning  celebrating the 75th VE day here is another game children played at home.

Have you got any marbles?

What games can you play?

Can you draw a target and roll your marbles into it?

Reading and Phonics


What do you think will happen to the chip?

What does the word tug mean?

Please remember to share your reading book with an adult every day. You can pop up to school and change your books.

Can you read this sentence? Remember some are two letters and one sound. Which words have a sh sound?


 Come and get the dish on the shelf.

What can you find with beginning with the sound ch?



Five Little Speckled Frogs

Can you join in with the song? Make sure you put your five fingers up and take one away each time.

  • Today we are going to practise taking away using our fingers to help us.
  • Find your number cards – we only want to use numbers 1-10 and lay them out on the floor / table so you can’t see the numbers.
  • Pick two number cards and turn them over.
  • Remember when we are taking away we always start with the bigger number and put that in our heads.  Then we use our fingers to represent the other number and count BACKWARDS until we find the answer. 
  • For example if you have turned over 4 and 8, we would put the 8 in our head and then show 4 fingers that we will COUNT BACKWARDS with.  “8 in our heads, 7,6,5,4- so 8 take away 4 equals 4”
  • Repeat this activity 5 times.
  • You can have a go at writing these as a number sentence in your book.


  • 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.
  • 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

  • Can you find a small plastic object and put it into a container filled with water.
  • Now put the container in your freezer. What do you think will happen?
  • Leave it overnight and we will see what happens tomorrow!