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!
Have a go at these games!
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)
How to remember the sound.
Shout it out
Toy for a boy
Words to read and write
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)|
Writing - Write a caption to match the picture. (See document below)
|Friday||Reading - Find the word to match the picture. (See document below)|
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 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.