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!
Set up a timer for one minute.
Ask an adult or sibling to say a sound and you have to write it down as quickly as you can.
See how many sounds you can get done in one minute.
I will put the sound lesson on Bug Club for you as an optional activity.
Today's sound is 'y'.
Can you remember our driving maps we used in phonics?
Ask a grown up to draw a phonics road map. To do this all you have to do is drawn a road up the centre of a page, with two roads coming off on the left and two roads on the right. Write a y word on each of the left and right roads.
Now get a toy car or just use a pencil and drive to the words and read them.
Words you might want to use: yet, yes, yay, yarn
Please recap the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
You can do this by reading the story or going through your story map from yesterday.
Today you are going to write some key words about the wolf, ready to put in sentences tomorrow.
Talk about the wolf and describe his looks and personality.
What colour is he?
Tell me about his ears?
Tell me about his teeth?
Describe his tail to me.
Is he mean or nice?
Write your answers down. (Phonetic, not correctly unless you child knows the correct spelling)
Recap what doubling means and have a go at the following activities.
I have provided one to ten and if your child finds that easy, there is also one to twenty.
Please see the Jigsaw tab for your mental health activity this week.
Don't forget Mr Nicholls sets activities under the P.E. section on the Class Pages overview.