Good morning ! Happy Tuesday 😊
Start your day off with your phonics lessons .
Phonics is still a very important part of your learning and will help you with your reading and writing. I have set you some specific sounds to learn for phonics, so have a go and let me know how you get on.
You can access Phonics Play which you will be familiar with from school.
There are plenty of games and activities on here for you to try!
The sounds we are learning are all Phase 5 sounds which is alternative ways of spelling the same sound.
Links are below.
The username for Phonics play is: march20
The password is: home
Remember to send me pictures of your amazing work so that I can add it to this week's gallery. I love to see what you have been learning, and it helps everyone else to see that you are all safe and well too!
Keep washing your hands regularly, work and play hard and we will all see each other again soon!
Joke of the day!
Q: Wanna hear a bad cat joke?
A: Just kitten!
Create your diary entry for today - Remember to write the full date!
Today try to include details about your daily exercise - What exercise did you do? Where did you go? Can you describe the route you took and what you saw on the way? You might want to draw a map showing where you went or draw a picture of something interesting you saw along the way.
Writing: Poetry. Find the matching rhyming
words and then write your own rhyming couplets.
Resource: Tuesday-Rhyming Couplets.
Learn to read and write these common exception words: there, here, they, your, you.
What makes someone a good friend?
What is Jesus’ understanding of friendship?
The PowerPoint has one lesson.
The slides have all the questions and activities you will need.
Upload a photo of Thank You card onto JiT.
What do animals eat?
See powerpoint, do tasks:
Task 1: lists; one for animals that are carnivores, one for animals that are herbivores and one for animals that are omnivores.
Measure length and height using non-standard measures.
Learn how to measure length using non-standard units, such as cubes, sticks or hand-spans.
This lesson includes:
See White Rose Maths for more!