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Friday

READING

Please can you choose a book and spend 10 minutes+ reading/sharing it with an adult or older sibling.

 

Listen or read along with ‘Oh No, George!’.

 

Today, try to make some predictions. Before you begin the story, what do you think this story will be about? What do you think the character, George is like? What made you think that? Do you know any dogs? What are they like? Have you read any other stories about dogs? As you read the story, stop and discuss what you think George will do next.

PHONICS:

Brain warm up: Warm up your brain by listening to the Phase 3 or 4 tricky words songs. Ask an adult to help you search on YouTube.

Phase 3 song: ‘Phase 3 tricky words song say hello to’

Phase 4 song: ‘Phase 4 Tricky Words Song Sight Words Song for said, have, like, come, some, what, when’

 

*Remember to take photographs of the tricky words and sing along too!*

 

Phase 4 learning: To help you learn Phase 4 Tricky words, you can choose to either play ‘Tricky Word Trucks’ on the Phonics play website or choose a page from the Tricky Words Activity Booklet.

Writing:

Follow the link below to access the Oak Academy Lesson ‘Hansel and Gretel’ Story Writing Part 2’

 

You will need a pencil, lined paper and your teddy talk partner.

You will need a box, some glue, some shiny things to create your own sweet house.

 

**Today, you will design, construct and decorate your own sweet house! What shape box will you use? Will you include some patterns on your house? **

**You will also finish writing your story. **

 

 

Things to remember to be a good writer:

  • Think about your letter formation (use letter families poster)
  • Are there any phase 3 digraphs/digraphs you can use in the words? (You could use your phase 3 sound mat)
  • Any longer words, remember to chop them up into parts to make it easier to sound out for writing
  • Finger spaces needed between each word
  • Remember to use capital letters for names e.g. Hansel
  • Try your best to use your sounds rather than copy words. E.g. Thay sor a sweet hut.

 

*For more challenge, you could try using some time words at the start of your sentences to order the events of the story e.g. Then, Next, After that.*

 

Maths: Finding one more than a given number up to 20

You will need:

A number grid up to 20 (You can make your own or print the one below) and a toy car or small object.

 

** Today you will learn how to find one more and one less for numbers up to 20. **

 

Can you be a superstar learner and use the star words today?

*more, less*

 

Can you give clues to which number your car is parked on?

The car is parked on a number that is one more than …..

The car is parked on a number that is one less than …

The car is parked on a number that is two more than…

The car is parked on a number that is two less than…

Wellbeing Friday

Childline website has a ‘calm zone’ with lots of advice and suggestions for activities to support wellbeing. You could do Yoga, practice some breathing exercises or get creative. Choose an activity that your child will enjoy and gain something from and have fun doing it.

Here are a few suggestions:

Wall of Expression: Create your own wall then type a worry onto the wall and when you’re ready, destroy the wall and watch your worry crumble away.

 

Calm Aid Kit – Choose some items that are special to you, such as a pebble, blanket, toy, book or letter. Keep them safe in a box or drawer and when you feel upset or worried, use them to help you think positively and feel calm.

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