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Monday 11th May

Good morning! We hope you've had a lovely weekend. We had some lovely weather to enjoy BBQs and walks in the woods. We love that some families have been geocaching (A big treasure hunt) looking for items in the woods. Others have been putting on shows using the models they made last week and some children could be the next David Attenborough, explaining how they made their minibeast homes and talking about their chosen minibeast. We are sure this week we will see many more amazing efforts and learning.  

 

Rising Stars Website

 

We have assigned lots more books to your child on the rising stars website. Please let Miss Robinson or Mr Worsfold know if the books are too easy/too hard or if you need more. The book bands are below ranked from easiest down to hardest. 

 

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Pink A

Pink B

Red A

Red B

 

Weekly plan and example timetable

Morning Routine

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I5-kyCUI7jE  

Get stronger and healthier with the ultimate champ training. You could choose Joe Wicks or Cosmic Yoga if you prefer.  

 

Talk about why it is important to get exercise and what happens to your body when you do. 

 

 

Phonics

 

Disco Ninjas

1. Recap all phase 3 sounds and the new phase 4 clusters (mp, nk, nd, st, nt, ft) - Use flash cards. (If you can't print them, use scrap paper and write them on).  You can find the flash cards in the additional support section of the website (next to our amazing work). 

2. Look at the new words with the cluster 'lt' at the end (belt, melt, felt, tilt, kilt).

3. Can you read these new words? How long does it take you to read all 5 words?

4. Have a go at writing your own silly sentences. You can do this on a whiteboard or your own paper. Can you use the phase 4 clusters/blends in your sentences? (Phase 4 sound mat is attached below).

 

Funky Monkeys

1. Recap all phase 3 sounds and the new phase 4 clusters (mp, nk, nd, st, nt, ft) - Use flash cards. (If you can't print them, use scrap paper and write them on).  You can find the flash cards in the additional support section of the website (next to our amazing work). 

2. Look at the new words with the cluster 'lt' at the end (belt, melt, felt, tilt, kilt).

3. Can you read these new words? How long does it take you to read all 5 words?

4. Design your own alien/character. You can use your own paper or a whiteboard. Can you use one of the phase 4 clusters/blends and think of a name for your alien/character. (Phase 4 sound mat is attached below).

 

Superstars

1. Recap all sounds (Set 2 and qu, zz, ng,ch, sh, th, ai, ee, igh, oa, long oo and short 00) - Use flash cards. (If you can't print them, use scrap paper and write them on).  You can find the flash cards in the additional support section of the website (next to our amazing work). 

2.  Recap simple 3 letter words with a game https://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/dragons-den revise all phase 2. 

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3.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLFON8qBZsE learn the new sound 'ar'. If you have magnetic letters, you could use these to make words or use the sound cards. 

4. Complete the worksheet attached practise reading some words and write words to match the pictures.  

PLEASE CHECK BEFORE PRINTING- CHOOSE ONLY 1 VERSION OF THE WORKSHEET FOR YOU CHILD TO REDUCE PRINTING. 

 

 

Topic

 

Watch 'The Hungry Caterpillar' story read by Mr Worsfold (see video link).

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gS9GWxatOUI 

 

Discuss the story. Talk about why the caterpillar ate so much food. Was he greedy? What happened to him?  Can you remember what he ate? 

Respond to story: Write a few sentences about your favourite part of the story or what you thought about a part of the story. 

Maths

 

Starter:

Copy the patterns from the video. Can you make your own silly pattern of dance moves?  

 

Activity:

Ways of making 5. Use cubes, counters or objects that you may have in your house. How many ways can you show 5? 

 

Talk about how there are many ways to add to 5.  Make 2 circles and put different amounts in each to make 5 altogether. Eg.  

2 and 3, 3 and 2, 4 and 1, 1 and 4, 5 and 0, 0 and 5 Have a go at writing these as addition number sentences.  You can use your own paper or a whiteboard.

 

Does it matter what way round you add them together? No because they still make the same number.  

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