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Week 5 - 04/05/20

Maths activities for the week:

This week we are looking at subtraction within 10. Using real objects the children can see that the quantity of a group can be changed by taking items away. Encourage the children to count all of the items at the start. take away the required amount practically, and recount to see how many left. 

 

Activity 1: Using fun foods (sweets, blueberries, cornflakes) count out up to 10 items then eat some and talk about the number sentence. Ext. you could write the number sentence down e.g. 10 - 4 = 6

 

Activity 2: Subtraction bowling, gather 5-10 empty bottles (shampoo bottles, water bottles) set them out in a triangle or line. Grab a ball and do some bowling. See if you can write a number sentence for each go. 

 

Activity 3: Have a go at a couple of these activities https://nrich.maths.org/13372

Phonics activities for the week:

Tune into the letters and sounds lessons daily here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw

They will be recapping our sounds of the week last week so you should all be superstars already!

 

Sounds of the week: ur, ow, oi

  • Try making some words with these sounds.
  • Have a go at reading some words with these sounds.
  • Make some flashcards and test your parents/siblings.

 

This week check out some tricky word songs, focus on being able to read them and then as a challenge have a go at spelling them without looking. https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=phase+3+tricky+words

Phase 3 Phonics | ur Digraph

Phase 3 Phonics | ur Digraph Learn sounding out (blending) using this series of Simply Phonics videos. This is the 'ur' digraph, often called an 'r' controll...

Phase 3 Phonics | ow Digraph

Phase 3 Phonics | ow Digraph This is a short Phase 3 Phonics video to help teach or revise the /ow/ digraph, as taught through Letters and Sounds. It has sev...

'oi' Words | Phonics Phase 3

Let's sound out some 'oi' words! If you want your children to sound out by themselves, simply mute the video. 🚨 SUBSCRIBE https://www.youtube.com/littlelearn...

Activity 1: Draw a picture or write about you favourite part of the story. Why is it your favourite? Which character do you like the best? 

 

Activity 2: Write a How to be Brave guide. You could include:

  • Things you could do to be brave
  • How to eat and how to behave
  • How to get big and strong
  • What to wear

 

 

Art activities:

We are celebrating the 75th anniversary of VE day this week so I have found some fun VE day activities for you to have a go at. 

I hope you enjoy these!

 

Why not have a try at one of these Wartime recipes:

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Learn how to Swing Dance! | DANCE at The Children's Museum of Indianapolis

It don't mean a thing if it ain't got that swing! Grab a partner and twirl around with this upbeat dance epidemic of the 40s in DANCE!. Learn 5 other iconic ...

Or have a go at making some bunting here https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p08b54rb/player 
Science activities: 
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