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Thursday 28th January 2021

Don’t forget our second Teams lesson, Today at 1pm! I look forward to seeing you all then!

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 Phonics and Maths pack to help support your child at home.

You can also bring back your pencil and change it for a sharper one!

Please follow social distancing guidelines.

 

Today’s activities are as follows

 

Phonics

Today we are going be learning the “sh” digraph

Join Geraldine the Giraffe investigating the “sh” Sound

'sh' Words | Blending Phonics Phase 3

Can you make your own “sh” digraph page?

How many words can you write with the “sh” digraph in?

Can you draw a picture for each word?

(Remember to use all the space)

 

Challenge

Can you write a sentence using some of these words?

 

Remember to use your Fred fingers, finger spaces, capital letters and full stops.

(Try drawing a picture of what you write!)

 

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!

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!

 

Reading

Come listen to “Oliver’s Vegetables” by Alison Bartlett and Vivian French

Oliver's Vegetables

What would vegetables would you grow in your garden?

Can you try any new vegetables this week?

I would like you to research where vegetables grow.

Challenge

Can you write what you find out?

(Don’t forget to use your Fred Fingers)

 

Oxford owl have lots of Free ebooks for your children to read at home! Let me know what books you read!

Username: greenhilluf

Password: UF12345

 

Maths

This week we are going to look at ordering numbers.

For this we will be looking at more and less.

 

Today I have a couple of games for you to play at home!

Science

Continuing our healthy eating week, I would like you to play a game at home.

To set this up you will need:

A blindfold (scarf, tie, t-shirt)

Vegetables or fruit

Other food items (Herbs are a great choice)

 

Using your senses, smell, touch, taste and hearing, can you work out, what is in front of you?

How would you describe it?

Can you write down how you would describe the objects (you can take off the blindfold!)?

 

I look forward to seeing your investigation!

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