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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!



Again this is another idea taken from Tapestry, so thank you for all your lovely ideas.

We're going to play 'Floor is Lava' - Phonics Edition.

Place sounds/tricky words on the floor to act as stepping stones from one place to another. It might be from a chair to a sofa or from a step to a rug for example. Tell your child to imagine the floor is lava... don't stand on the floor and burn your toes! Ask them to say the sounds/tricky words on the 'stepping stones' as they go. Try and choose sounds/tricky words they need more practise with.


Today's blend is 'mp'.

Read the following words and do the actions:



thump (the air!)


chomp (snack time!)


Choose a word from the mp activity and write a sentence including that word and a tricky word.

Make sure you have your Phase 2 and 3 sound mat in front of you to help you write your sentence(s).


Carry on with your letter formation from yesterday.



If your child can't order numbers to 20, focus on that again today. 


If you are doing odd or even numbers, this is your next activity:

Recap odd or even numbers from yesterday, laying out your numicon/objects/drawings and pointing to each one saying whether it's odd or even. Like the image below:

On a 100 Grid (attached below - if you don't have a printer you can draw a 100 grid, I understand this is time consuming but they are very useful for this activity) colour in all the even numbers up to 10, then 20 when secure with up to 10.

Next do ‘Clever Counting’ – this is were you shout the number we are looking at but whisper the ones we aren’t.

For example Clever Count even numbers:

1 (whisper) 2 (shout) 3 (whisper) 4 (shout) etc...


Don't forget Mr Nicholls sets activities under the P.E. section on the Class Pages overview. Mr Nicholls also wanted me to highlight the School Games Virtual Challenge as we haven't had very many children enter. All the details are on his 'P.E.' page under 'Class Pages'.