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Monday 25th January 2021

Good morning everybody!

I hope you all have had a good weekend.

 

Don’t forget our live sessions this week on Tuesday and Thursday at 1PM

 

This week on Thursday 28th and Friday 29th January, between the times of 10.30am-11.45am and 1-2.30pm, you will be able to come to school to KS1 entrance to exchange your child’s reading book (Please return Simon sock and the book in your child’s pack before Christmas).

There will also be an additional pack to help support your child at home.

Please follow social distancing guidelines.

 

Today’s activities are as follows

 

Phonics

Firstly, today we will be learning the phonics sound “oa”

Join Geraldine the Giraffe investigating the “oa” Sound

Jolly Phonics /oa/ - Sound, Song, Vocabulary and Blending

Today I would like you to practice writing the “oa” digraph.

Can you write any words with the “oa” sound?

'oa' Words | Blending Phonics Phase 3

Today I would like you to practice writing the “oa” digraph.

Can you write any words with the “oa” sound?

Challenge

Can you put any of these words into a sentence?

Can you draw a picture of your sentence?

English

This week we are going to be looking at the book “Eat Your Greens, Goldilocks: A Story about Eating Healthily” written by Steve Smallman

This week I would like you to keep a food diary.

To do this you need to write down everything you eat and drink for the entire week!

Here is an example of my food diary.

(I tracked mine last week!)

You can add to this diary each day, to look at how healthy you are eating!

Upload your pictures on the class blog or our Microsoft teams! I look forward to seeing your pictures!

 

Maths

This week we are going to look at ordering numbers.

For this we will be looking at more and less.

Your activity today is looking at more than.

You will need paper, pencil and an object you can count (I’ve used pasta).

Can you work out 1 more than 13,8, 1, 19, 16?

Ask a grown-up to place some objects in front of you and say how many they have. Can you count out a group of objects that is one more?

Can you write it in a sentence?

e.g. 1 more than 4 is 5.

Challenge

Today’s challenge task is to see if you can work out what is 2 more and what is 3 more than 2, 7, 12, 18?

 

 

50 things to do before you’re FIVE!

#7 Making music

Look around your house, what can make music?

Try tapping different objects, what sort of noise does it make?

Can you set up a different pots and pans, what do they sound like when you tap them?

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