Today is Thursday 23rd April; St. George’s day !
Let’s start with a wake up, shake up – time to take your sillies out !
Find your name – how many times can you see your name ? Can you read any other names?
Listen to the song and join in, if you can.
Perhaps you could make up some actions to match.
Choose an activity below, that you haven’t done already and complete it in your home learning book:
- Can I draw a picture of my favourite character?
- Can I draw a picture of my favourite character and write a caption?
- Can I make a list of the characters and draw my favourite character?
- Can I write about my favourite character using 3 sentences and draw a picture of my favourite character?
Remember to use a hi 5 sentence: capital letter, finger spaces, full stops, use your phonics and check it makes sense.
Share a picture of your work by emailing it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today in phonics we are going to be going over our sounds:
We’re going to play the yes and no game again. Here’s a reminder of how to play it:
Read and answer these questions using the words.
Can a duck sit on a mat?
Can a rat sit on a duck?
Can a rabbit yell at a man?
Can a duck peck a man?
Can a pig peck a duck?
Remember our tricky words ? Phonics doesn’t work for every word, so we can’t sound these words out. We’ve just got to learn what they look like and how to spell them.
Can you read these words ? Don’t sound them out !
We’re learning about patterns, watch this video that shows how to play “Duck, Duck, Goose”
Can you play it with your family?
Listen to this song, join in !
Can you see which socks go together ? Look closely at the different patterns
Time to relax:
Note to parents:
Please remember to share any activities you are doing with your children at home and if you have any questions, we will be happy to reply in the comments section below.
Thank you, stay safe and keep in touch.
Mrs Chowdhury, Mrs McCutcheon and Mrs Smith