Mrs Huckfield's group
- Say a variety of different letter sounds and see if your child can write the correct letter that represents that sound.
- Ask your child to write these words... an, in, nip, pan, pin, tin, tan, nap, nit
- Login to Phonicsplay and play ‘Pick a Picture’ and then choose ‘Phase 2’
- Your child will see a selection of pictures and one word. They need to read the word and then select the correct picture to match. Please note the words they read correctly and any they struggle with.
Miss Johnson’s group
- Login to ‘Phonics Play’ and hover over the game ‘Buried Treasure’ and select phase 3. Then select +x. Coins will appear with words on. The child reads sounds out and blends to read the word. If they think it is a real word they drag it to the treasure chest. If they think it is pretend/fake they drag it to the bin.
- Now write down these Tricky words and see if your child can read them. no go I the to.
- Now write down these questions and ask your child to read them and get them to do a thumbs up or thumbs down if the answer is yes or no.
- Can wax get hot? Has a fox got six legs? Can a vet fix a jet? Will a rat visit a fox? Can a taxi hop? Will a dog sit in a box?
Mrs Chamber’s group
- Login to ‘Phonics Play and hover over the game ‘Buried Treasure’ and select phase 3 and then select +qu. Coins will appear with words on. The child reads sounds out and blends to read the word. If they think it is a real word they drag it to the treasure chest. If they think it is pretend/fake they drag it to the bin.
- Ask your child to write these tricky words...I go no to the into. Now see if they can think of and write a sentence for each of these tricky words. If you have lined paper or if you can make lines on a page in their blue book then this would be great! It doesn’t matter if they do not spell all the words correctly in their sentence. We are looking to see that they can use their phonic knowledge to sound out words as they write. Can they remember finger spaces between their words? Can they write their letters on the line? Do they remember a capital letter at the beginning? Try to remind them, rather than tell them to do these things, for example, ask “What do you need to remember at the beginning of a sentence?”.
Miss Johnson’s Marvellous Maths group
Thursday – Subtraction using a numberline
Open up the uploaded document. Explain that this is a numberline and you can use it help you work out adding and taking away sums (They may remember what a numberline is from the classroom). There is a demo of how to use it at the top. Explain that they put their finger, or a counter, on the first number in the sum. Then they ‘jump’ the next number of spaces backwards, and the number they land on is the answer!
See if they can work the rest out on their own. They can write the sums in their home learning book for if you are able to print the sheets out they can fill the sheets in.
Mr Singleton's Marvellous Maths group
Counting out objects from a larger group
Click on the link below for ‘Topmarks’.
Click on the tab ‘Numbers to 10’. The children have to click and drag the number of Easter eggs shown, onto the teddies body and then click the ‘check’ button to see if they are right.
Please can you either take photographs or write down which numbers they did and if they were able to count out the correct number or if they were not able to first time, how many did they count out?