Please continue to encourage your child to read every day. When you can, listen to them reading aloud, discuss new vocabulary and do some oral comprehension based on what you have read together; I have attached some useful questions below. You can then sign their reading record.
If you need more books or your child would like to try reading something different, The Oxford Owl, has a free eBook library (you just need to register which is very straight forward) which is great. You have access to more challenging or easier books too.
This half term, we have focused on our mental well being and how we can promote good metal health. We want to ensure that the children have high self esteem and can develop a growth mindset in their approach to tasks and challenges.
Children need to complete the worksheet (that they have been given) and they can also colour/decorate it.
During the half term, choose one day and record what you did and the times when you did it (on the worksheet that you have brought home). There is space to write a paragraph about each activity; it might just be what you had for dinner and if you liked it or not! You will need to think about everything that we have done relating to time: analogue time, 12 hour digital time, 24 hour digital time and converting hours and minutes to minutes.
Please ensure that you complete the activities set on Mathletics. Use this week to catch up on any tasks that you haven't already done.
Complete pages 8 - 11.
For English homework, please complete pages 12, 13, 22 and 23 in the CGP book.