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# Monday 30.03.2020

Please put any work you do in your purple exercise book or take pictures and put them on Tapestry. I can't wait to see what you get up to!

Literacy

Look at your sound mats and say all the sounds up to and including the 'air' sound.

Look at the tricky words and say all the tricky words for Phase 2 and Phase 3.

The children are now on Set 11 which is the final set of Phase 3. Only two more sounds to go!

Today you will be learning the 'ure' sound. (pronounced 'your' - see video of phonics sounds on 'Working From Home' page)

Log into the Bug Club and follow the 'ure' lesson.

There are not many children who accessed the lessons last week so I just want to make sure you know how to find it.

Once logged in, you click on 'My Stuff' and scroll all the way to the end.

If you have issues finding it, please email the office to let me know.

Listen to the story of The Smeds and The Smoos.

Write one or more facts about a Smed or a Smoo.

For example: A Smed is red. They have hair.

Mathematics

This week you are going to be learning about sharing.

I like this topic because it involves food!

Sharing means 'putting into equal groups'.

Parents: Whenever you do a sharing activity, check the amount of items you are going to be sharing to make sure there are going to be no remainders. For example, when sharing into two groups, make sure you have an even number of objects.

Choose an item of food (for example: raisins, smarties, etc.) you want to share, you might what to share with a sibling or an adult. Only share with one person today though so there will only be two groups.

Count how many items you have to begin with (10 is a good number to start with).

When sharing say: "One for me (give one to you), one for you (give one to other person), one for me..." Keep going until it's all been shared.

What is 10 shared into two groups? (5)

Repeat with other numbers/objects.

Topic

If you haven't done so already, listen to the story of The Smeds and The Smoos.

Today's activity involves colour mixing!

Red and blue makes purple, that's why the Smeds and Smoos baby was purple.

See if you make purple.

If you don't have paint, you could try food colouring in water instead.

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