Wednesday 20th January
- Using a tray of sand, flour or rice use your finger to practise writing the tricky words I no the he she we my.
- Then write the words in your workbook.
- Can you read them back?
- Get your pot of dough ready and follow Mrs Robert’s
Literacy – Write a sentence
- Watch Mrs Robert’s Writing video –
- Write the sentence “not I” said the dog, in your notebook. As “said” is a tricky word this can be written down on a separate piece of paper for them to copy. However, please encourage your child to remember it independently.
- They can write two sentences “not I “said the cat.
- For an extra challenge, they could think of their own sentence and write it.
- Send a photo of their writing to the email address –
- Rainbows – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sunshines – Maria.email@example.com
- Warm up https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dkPouLWCyc
- Write numerals 5 and 6 on your whiteboard or in your notebook, following the rhymes on the sheet provided.
- Get a basket or bucket and some soft toys, beanbags or balls to throw in.
- Put 2 objects in the basket. How many more do you need to make 5?
- Repeat with 3 and 4 objects making five.
- Then make 10 starting with one, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 objects already in the basket.
- Say the number sentence each time e.g. 1 add 9 makes or equals 10 etc.
Extended learning for maths
Watch Mrs Simister’s Dan video – https://youtu.be/CBHxFyA-Dqs
No need for the children to write the sentence yet. Get your child to repeat the sentence to help them get it in their brains.
On your iPads follow the link below
Draw a picture of Little Red Hen and record your voice.