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:
Friday RSE: Birth and Babies
Can you remember the stages of human growth from yesterday? What is the first stage? People enter the world as babies. This is called birth. Humans are mammals and all mammals give birth to their babies.
**Ask your mum or dad to search on Youtube for the story, ‘There’s a House Inside My Mummy’ by Giles Andrae and Vanessa Cabban.
Pause the video at different moments and discuss:
How do you think the little boy feels about having a new brother or sister?
How does the mummy feel when she is pregnant?
What is the little boy excited to do when his baby arrives?**
Now read the story ‘What Can Baby Do?’ on Oxford Owl and then answer the questions at the back of the book.
**What can the adults close to you tell you about when you were born? Which hospital were you born in? How much did you weigh? What colour was your hair? What were you like as a baby? How have you changed? Look at some photographs to see how you have changed. Maybe you could make a birth fact file using the information you find out. Or you could order some of the photographs of you and write a few sentences about how you have changed.**
Friday Maths: Reviewing measures (capacity, weight and length/height)
** Watch the lesson today and try to use your maths star words to describe and compare measures**
*heaviest, lightest, longest, shortest, empty, nearly empty, half full, nearly full, full. *
If you would like another activity, then you could play a computer game or use the picture to discuss measures using maths vocabulary.
Oak Academy PSHE lesson: Kind Friends
Enjoy listening to a story and learning about how to be a kind friend.
You will need: Your listening ears, paper and coloured pencils and a picture of your best friend or your favourite toy.