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Summer 2 week 5 29.6.20

Literacy

 

What can you see out of your window?

This is what I can see.

I can see a green hedge.

I can see some pretty flowers.

I can see a black car.

I can see the bright sun.

 

 

Take a look out of your window and tell an adult what you can see. Then have a go at writing it down.  Why not take a photograph or draw a picture? 

Have a look out the window each day and see if you can find anything different each time.  Two sentences each day would be great writing practise!

Phonics

 

Have a go at these games!

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

 

 

Review red words

I, the, he, she, you, me, we, be, her, no, , go, of, to they, was, my, said, are, into, by, all, your, come, like

 

 

Review all red words.  Can you use any of these red words in a sentence?

 

 

Miss McCaffery's group

Review all sounds so far in Set 1.  (See phonic resources)

 

ou

oy

 

How to remember the sound.

Shout it out

Toy for a boy

 

 

 

Words to read and write

ou

oy

shout

loud

out

round

found

mouth

toy

enjoy

boy

 

 

Mrs Turton's Group

 

 Monday  Reading - Practise red words above.  You can read them, write them or even write a sentence with them in.
Tuesday Writing - write a caption to match the picture.  (See document below)

 

Wednesday Reading - matching pictures to sentences.  (see document below)
Thursday

Writing - Write a caption to match the picture.  (See document below)

Friday Reading - Find the word to match the picture.   (See document below)

Maths

 

Please continue with the sharing and double activities. 

Please use your fingers or objects to help you and your child. 

E.g double 2 is 2 objects add 2 objects smileysmiley          smileysmiley add them together to make 4.  Therefore double 2 is 4. 

I have put some additional activities on to support your child. 

 

Here are some clips to help you and your child to share and double.

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTFJ9gjfAXg

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0b4beyJ4oG4

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vqp90ulJiIo

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBeqyR9Cb6M

A fun colouring activity

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