Like previous weeks, you can also find your child's learning on their interactive learning diary. Please use this to upload your children's work. We would love to see photos and examples of their work plus anything fun you are doing at home. To log on go to: https://portal.interactivelearningdiary.co.uk/
Weekly Phone Calls
It was lovely to speak to so many of you before the holidays. We will ring again this week.
Miss Wilkinson has changed her day. She will now ring Ladybird children every Tuesday morning between 9am and 12pm.Mrs Sessions and Miss Vintin will ring Caterpillar children every Wednesday morning between 9am and 12pm.
If you need to speak to us before then, please email the school and we will get in touch with you.
Weekly Handwriting practice
We would like you to practise your handwriting again this week. Try and practise the letters from other weeks too: l i t j u y
This week we are going to practise writing these letters:
b h m
Ask an adult to help you draw some straight lines in your book. Use a ruler if you have one. Can you write the letter correctly using the lines? Leave a finger space between each letter. See the image for an example.
Can you write some words that you know that have some of the letters in them? bit hum hill
Try and practise your handwriting every day.
Take a photo of your handwriting and ask your parent/carer to put it on your interactive learning diary at the end of the week. Your teachers would love to see it!
PE with Mr Rossetti
Another fun lesson with Mr Rossetti. You'll need 5 things for today's lesson - a shoe, a bottle, a teddy, a loo roll and a pair of rolled-up socks. Have fun!
Can you complete it more than once?
Friday 24th April
The vegetables in the story Supertato are healthy. It is important to eat healthy foods. Watch this episode of Get Well Soon to find out about the foods we need to eat to stay healthy.
In the programme Doctor Raj shows us a video of a healthy plate. Look at the plate in the images.
Can you find 5 healthy foods and 5 unhealthy foods in your home? Take a photo of them and add this to your ILD. In the images you can see a photo of the foods Mrs Sessions found.
Watch this video about being healthy.
Can you draw all of the different things we need to do to stay healthy? Label your pictures for an extra challenge.
Here are some more songs about eating healthy:
Warm up your math brain with this song:
Watch this episode of Numberjacks about counting on:
Play snakes and ladders with your brother or sister or parent and practised adding and counting on.
Have a good weekend :)
Thursday 23rd April
Practise your sounds quiz! Adults have the sound mat. Say a sound – your child writes it in their book. How many can they write in 1 minute?
Watch Alphablocks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REGhKsj37xQ
Choose some of the words we have learned this week. Think of and write some sentences in your book. (Try to let your child do this by themselves – ask them to use their ‘Robot arms’ and sound and tricky word mats to help.) eg
‘We can skip.’
‘I like plums.’
‘The frog is green.’
‘Stop at the red light.’
Bug Club: Have you been on bug club this week? How many books have you read? Make sure you click on the bugs and do each quiz to earn coins to play the games!
If your child is finding the phonics too difficult try these instead
Play: https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2 - Play any of the games but choose ‘Phase 2’ – Revise all phase 2
There are lots of other stories about Supertato. Listen to some of the other stories.
Supertato – Run Veggies Run!
Supetato – Evil Pea Rules!
Talk to your adult about which story was your favourite. Why did you prefer that story?
Can you write a sentence to say which story you liked best? Use your sound and tricky word mat to help you.
I liked …… because …..
The evil peas have been tricking the vegetables and telling them lies. Look at the speech bubbles in the pictures below. Which combinations of numbers are correct and which combinations are wrong and are a lie? You can use the part-part-whole model from yesterday to help you.
Write the correct number sentence for each speech bubble in your home learning book.
Picture 1: Is it true or is it a lie?
Picture 2: Is it true or is it a lie?
Picture 3: Is it true or is it a lie?
Picture 4: Is it true or is it a lie?
Picture 5: Is it true or is it a lie?
Picture 6: Is it true or is it a lie?
Picture 7: Is it true or is it a lie?
Picture 8: Is it true or is it a lie?
Wednesday 23rd April
Look at the story mountain (picture 3). We use story mountains in class to plan our own story. We think about a beginning, a middle and an end.
Activity: Can you make up your own story? Think about what will happening in the beginning, the middle and at the end. Talk about your idea with an adult. Draw a picture for each part of your story. Use the story mountain picture 1 to help you see how you could set it out.
Questions to support your child:
Who is in your story going to be about?
Where will your story begin?
What happens in the middle of your story?
How does your story end?
Challenge: Can you write your story. You could use these words to start each of your sentence:
Once upon a time…
Use your sound mat and tricky word mat to help you.
Good Morning Children :)
- Your first maths activity is to watch this Number Block episode about adding.
- Your next maths activity is to play this game.
Tuesday 22nd April
Practise your sounds -Sing the ‘Jolly Phonics’ songs https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2wpdvv
Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cS8bvbyWFZ4 – Use your ‘Robot arms’ to read the words.
Choose a game from the top row. Choose ‘Phase 4’ then ‘CVC and CVCC words – Sets 1-7 plus digraphs’
Look at picture below. Which characters from the story can you see? What do you think each character might say? Can you say the sentence out loud?
Activity: draw one of the characters from the story and write a sentence that the character might say in a speech bubble. Ask an adult to help you draw a big speech bubble. Use your sound mat and tricky word mat to help you.
Challenge: Can you do a speech bubble for another character?
Today we will be helping Supertato catch groups of peas! We will add two groups of evil peas together using the part-part-model. In this activity you will need: dry peas or frozen peas (or pasta or beans or marbles… Something you can count). 2 small plates 1 big plate 1 dice. If you don’t have a dice then click the link and you can use an online dice. https://eslkidsgames.com/classroom-dice
See attached photos for guidance. (picture 5, 6, and 7)
- Roll your dice. How many dots did you roll? Put the matching number of evil peas in one bowl. - Roll your dice again. Put matching number of evil peas in the other bowl. - Add the two groups of evil peas together on the plate. How many evil peas do you have all together?.
Send us photos on your interactive learning diary!
Challenge: Can you represent your maths by drawing the part-part-whole model in your home learning book and the peas you are adding.
Write the number sentence under your picture.
You might like to use this activity as a game. Take turns to complete the part-part model with your brother, sister or parents. Who has the most peas?
Monday 20th April
Practise your sounds: Get out your sound mat – Adults say random sounds – can your child point to the correct sound?
Watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vitLy4GvO44
Can you find anything from the video at home? Take a photo and send it to us! You could write some of the words and draw a picture in your book.
Choose a game from the top row. Choose ‘Phase 4’ then ‘CVC and CVCC words – Sets 1-7’
This week we are going to be studying the story Supertato again.
Listen to the story Supertato by Sue Hendra.
Activity: Can you draw a picture to show what happens in the beginning, what happens in the middle and what happens in the end?
Challenge: Can you write a sentence to go with each of your pictures. Use your sound mat and tricky word mat to help you.
This weekend I had a big problem! The evil pea escaped from my freezer and caught my vegetables!!! Look at the photos. Can you count the total number of vegetables?
Can you write the number sentence for each picture in your home learning book?