Good morning everyone. Please find your learning activities for today below. As always I would love to see your hard work, so please send pictures to the school twitter account so I can see them!
Please join in with the daily RWI sessions on YouTube (link below). Each lesson is available for 24 hours so you can access it at whatever time is best for you. Each session has 3 parts which all link together, it would be fantastic if you completed each part. For set 1 sounds they should be completed in this order:
1. Speed sound lesson.
2. Word time lesson.
3. Spelling lesson.
If you are up for a challenge and already fully confident with your set 1 sounds (including writing words) you should access the set 2 sound and spelling lessons. I would be so pleased to see some of your fantastic writing, so if you could send it to the school twitter it would make me very happy.
Take part in the red word lesson this morning.
As well as your reading during your phonics sessions I would love if you could read a book at home with someone, can you sound out some of the words? Can you find any tricky words? You can also access e-books on the Oxford Owl website for free! You just need to create a log in. Follow the link below and sign yourself up and select age range 4-5 and get reading! I am challenging you to read a book, today try 'What's the Weather Like This Morning?'. Can you read the words by using Fred in your head?
Click on the link below for the Maths task for today. This week we are focusing on the story 'The Dinosaur who pooped a planet'. Find the link to the story (if you don't have the book at home) at the bottom of Monday's page.
Talk 4 Writing
We are currently working on the talk for writing unit - Rainy day rabbit. You have completed to page 7 so far, today I would like you to complete pages 8 and 9. Get creative and send me pictures on twitter!
Understanding the World/EAD/Space Shape and Measure
Yesterday you learnt all about the life cycle of a butterfly. Today I would like you to design your own butterfly. Butterflies wings are almost always symmetrical. Symmetry is when two parts of a whole are exactly the same - they are identical. Something is symmetrical if you can draw a line down it and each side looks the same. Using the template below or your own design a symmetrical butterfly.
Please find any links to websites I mention at the bottom of this page or on the main home learning page.
Keep up the super work and keep sending me pictures to make me smile! I’ll be back tomorrow with more challenges for you all.
Take care, Miss Pinnington.