Welcome Back! We have missed you. Today is the beginning of your 9th week of Home Learning. We hope you have all had a fun break and enjoyed some fun in the sun. Let us know what you have been busy doing. email@example.com
What day was it yesterday? Today is Monday. What day will be tomorrow? What season it is? What is the weather like today?
Time to check in
I am in the green zone. I am ready to work hard . How are you feeling this morning? What colour zone are you in? Do you need to use a tool? How do you feel now?
Click here to listen to the feelings song You can listen and follow the instructions. Count how many languages you say hello in. Let us know if you enjoy this song.
Get Moving! Today you can choose to get moving with Andy or Joe. You choose! Click on the picture.
It is very important that you keep practicing your phonics. Mrs Martin's and Mrs Malik's Group Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am and again at 12.30 pm Mrs Ali's Group Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am and again at 1.00 pm
This week you will be practicing these initial sounds: m a s d t At home you can practice writing your sounds One sound each day Use the letter formation rhyme to help you write it Go on a letter hunt - what can you find in your house that begins with this sound
Monday is m What can you find in your house that begins with the m sound? Can you see a mirror or a milk carton?
This week my group will be practicing Set 2 sound oo look at the book two letters one sound -special friends Watch the video to practice the sounds you have learned and your new sound
Look out for our any special friends - more than one letter that makes one sound
First read the word using Fred in your Head
Read all the words
Next your grown up will say the word
Use Fred Fingers to count the sounds
Now write it
Look at the word and Tick or Fix it
Phonics Challenge 2
Read the ch words Find the word in the grid
Look who is back!
Our friend Boy is back and off on an another adventure! This is another story written by the author Oliver Jeffers. In this story we learned all about trying to help others and friendship. Look at the vocabulary we learned when we read this book. Watch the story
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