Tuesday 2nd June 2020
Morning children and parents!
Time to get active!
P.E with Joe Wicks - Monday to Friday 9am live on YouTube - The Body Coach
Morning Prayer – Hail Mary
Let the learning begin….
What day is it today?
What day was it yesterday?
What day is it tomorrow?
What month is it?
What date is it?
What is the weather like?
What is the season?
Practise saying the sounds everyday with your child
a b c d e f g h I j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x w z sh ng nk th ch
ay ee igh ow oo 00 ar or air ir ou oy
ire ear ure ea aw are ur ow oi ai oa ew er
a_e i_e o_e u_e
Last term we revise set 2 and learnt new sounds a_e i_e o_e u_e
We will be revising all of set 3 this term – a sound a day.
You should also practise saying each sound from set 1, 2 and 3 every day
SOUND to practise today: ear
ear – hear with your ear
Don’t forget to check out the following website to help with reading and phonics.
This is the RWI website - the books the children read in school and at home.
To help children learning to read at home during school closure, we are streaming phonics, reading and spelling lessons every weekday on our YouTube channel.
Each lesson is ten to fifteen minutes long and available for 24 hours.
From 1st June:
All lessons will be available at 9.30 am.
Set 1, 2 and 3 Speed Sounds lessons will restart.
Set 2 and 3 Speed Sounds lessons will include new words for reading and spelling.
This week we will be learning about counting and ordering numbers.
If you do not have access to 20 object I have uploaded worksheet with objects and numbers to match - if you can print or make something similar.
Key questions: Can you order the number cards? Can you say how many objects you have in a full sentence? Can you write the numeral?
Fine motor finger gym activity:
Paint dots with your finger or a cotton bud.
Open documents below - you can print or make something similar.
• Encourage our child to complete the patterns on the caterpillars, using the cotton buds/finger to dab paint onto the bodies. Prompt your child to repeat the same pattern along the length of the caterpillar. Help them to talk through the pattern as they work, e.g. ‘Red, blue, red, blue.’
• Children may also like to make up their own patterns on the blank caterpillars. Encourage your child to repeat the same pattern along the length of the caterpillar.
• Help your child to make precise dabs using the cotton bud/finger by prompting them to hold the cotton bud in a tripod grip, if they are ready to do so. Allow your child to experiment with their grip of the cotton bud/different finger.
• After using the caterpillars, you could extend your child by working on the butterfly images. Can your child use the cottons buds to dab a symmetrical pattern? Ask your child to talk about what is special about the butterfly and see if they can explain symmetry in their own words.
How many colours can you think of?
Make a list of the colours!