Home Learning - 25.3.20
Please see below the learning that I would like you to do today.
Thank you to all of you who are sending work and photos through, they are lovely to see.
Star number bonds to 10 sheet – Today we are thinking about those numbers that add together to make 10. You may want to start by using 10 objects in your house to help you but then I’d like you to practice using some quick recall games. I have attached a document to this email that includes of a couple of ideas of games you can play together.
Here is also a link to a website to practice quick recall further once you are confident - https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
English (I have attached a video to help explain further)
Today we are thinking about the beginning of the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. Please look in your pack for the beginning ..sheet which includes pictures of the beginning of this story only.
-Read the beginning of the story (I have written it in red) together using the pictures to follow the story and to help you remember each sentence.
-Think of some actions to alongside each picture. For example, What 3 actions could you have for Jack, his mum and a cow.
- Can you retell this part of the story together? Use your actions and pictures to help!
Once you are confident with retelling the sentences aloud, write the beginning of the story on the lines underneath.
High frequency words-
Practice reading and writing the next 10 high frequency words e.g that, with, all, an, so, we, can, are, up, had. You may want to write these words into your own sentences.
-Try out some phonics games and explore Letter Join.
Read the story of ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’. This should be in your pack.
-Tune into our YouTube channel at 3 to see Mr Cook read the KS1 story.
Hope you are all well! Me and Miss Wendy are missing you all. If you want to write us an email to say hello we will be available all morning to answer.
Don’t forget to visit YouTube to do your daily P.E exercise with Joe Wicks.
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