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Tuesday

Good Morning Brilliant Butterflies!

I hope you have a fun day of home learning.

Yesterday the flower was a bluebell. 

Can you name this flower?

 

READING

**Today, choose a story book that is familiar to you. Can you read it using a loud, clear ‘teacher voice’ imagine you are reading to a class of children! Maybe you could read to all your teddy bears/toys?

Can you use different voices for characters?**

 

Key questions of the day...

Q. Can you use different voices for different characters?

Q. How could you make your story telling more exciting for the listener?

Q. What is your favourite part of the book? Why?

Q. Would you recommend the book to anyone? If so, who and why?

 

PHONICS:

Brain warm up: Choose a way to warm up your brain by recalling Phase 3 sounds: You could use your own flahcards or the PhonicsPlay website ‘Flashcard Speed Trial’ or ‘A Giggling Grapheme’.

 

Phase 4 work: For the adult: today’s focus is CVCC words-consonant, vowel consonant, cosonant)

Can you read these words? Remember to blend sounds if you get stuck!

lent  bend  sift  vest  tilt  tuft  damp   bust

Do you know the meaning of all these words? If not then use your breakdown truck and ask an adult!

 

**Now try playing ‘Odd and Bob’ on the PhonicsBloom website. Choose Phase 4, sets 1-7. Which words are real and which are fake?**

 

If you want more challenge, then each time the word is real, explain what it means or say a sentence with that word in. Or you could choose beyond sets 1-7 in Phase 4.

 

 

MATHS:

Complete shape and colour patterns

Patterns don’t just have to be using colour – we could use shapes and colours!

Click on the link below and play the shape pattern game. Choose the shape that comes next in the pattern.

If you want to do more then there is a link to a sheet below. They questions get trickier as you go on.

 

(If you’d rather not go on the computer then there are also suggestions for how you could create your own repeating patterns on the week 4 page ‘Get creative with Patterns’)

 

Key questions:

What is the pattern?

What comes next?/ How would the pattern carry on?

How do you know it’s a pattern?

Can you explain the pattern?

 

If you want more challenge: Complete the Patterns questions in the link below.

WRITING:

In today's lesson you will be listening to the story of The Three Pigs and talking about it. Do you know this story? 

 

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