Please read with your child for 20 minutes each day. This could be a story book which you read, a phonics book which they read or a mixture of the two.
Oxford Owl have a library of free books which can be read on a phone or tablet.
Follow the link below and sign up yourself. You can then access a variety of books which are age-appropriate. Start on age 3-4 (Oxford Level 1) and work your way through as your child gets more confident.
Today we are going to be continuing our revision of sounds and wording on our reading.
Blue challenge: complete the blue challenge sheets, asking your child to circle and identify the initial sounds for each of the pictures.
Green challenge: complete the green challenge sheets, asking your child to read each word and then draw a line to connect the words and pictures.
Purple challenge: complete the purple challenge sheets, asking your child to read the sentences and then tick the correct picture to match the caption.
Today we are continuing our work on number bonds for 9.
Watch the video below and then complete one of the following challenges.
Blue challenge: print out the worksheet below and ask your child to colour in the Numberblocks and then complete the sums.
Green challenge: write down the following sums and provide your child with a part-part whole diagram like that one that was drawn in the video and 9 items. Ask your child to fill in the gaps and find the answers using the items.
Purple challenge: write down the following sums and provide your child with a part-part whole diagram like that one that was drawn in the video and 9 items. Ask your child to fill in the gaps and find the answers using the items.
Ask you child to predict what the next sums in the pattern will be and why. Ask them to write the sums down in turn and then demonstrate how to represent each sum with their items and part-part-whole diagram.
Today we are continuing with our work on Handa's Surprise.
We will be thinking about how the fruits in the story feel.
Provide your child with an arrangement of fruit and cover their eyes with a blindfold. Ask them to hold each fruit in turn and tell you how it feels. Is it smooth? It is rough? Is it soft? It is bumpy? Then ask them to guess which piece of fruit they are holding.
If you do not have a variety of fruit, you could do this is a variety of household items instead.
Tomorrow, we will be fruit tasting so it would be fantastic if you could have a variety of fruit available for this.
I have attached the story again below, should you want to watch it together.