Wednesday 23rd September
I hope you are managing to get on with your work at home and are taking care. Not long and we will be back at school!
- Revisit the phase 3 sounds using the powerpoint.
- Practice your tricky words using the tricky word song at https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=tricky+word+song
- Play some phonics games at www.phonicsplay.co.uk
- Use the tricky words to play bingo with your family
In English, we have been focusing on the text The Bog Baby. Yesterday I asked you to complete my sentences using time connectives.
When we return to school, we will be looking at creating our own version of Bog Baby. In preparation for this, I would like you to create your own animal.
When Chrissy and her sister found Bog Baby, they described him.
Bob Baby was blue, he feel like jelly. He had boggle eyes and small wings. His tail was sharp and he had ears like a mouse.
Imagine you are going fishing down to the Bluebell Forest. What animal might you find in the pond?
Think about the questions below to help you.
What colour are they?
How do they feel?
What do they look like?
Have they got features like other animals?
I would like you to draw your animal. If you can, you might want to make him using playdough or other creative resources you have such as card, feathers etc.
We have started to look at Number Bonds to 10. Yesterday you looked at tens frames and counting to counters to make number sentences.
Today I would like you to find the missing numbers for the worksheet I have uploaded. You can use objects from around the house to support you with this. For example, you can use 10 cars, 10 small toys or 10 teddies to help you find the number that makes 10.
In RE, we have been thinking about the world and what would happen if we didn't take care of it. We thought about things we could do to to show we do care about the world and the environment.
Look at the ideas you came up with below. I want you to sort them into good and bad. Then create a poster to show how we can look after our world.
Pollution, recycling, littering, planting new trees cutting trees down, putting our rubbish in the bin.