We hope you had fun in the sun this weekend and are ready for a new week of exciting and fun learning. We know that this is a very strange time for everyone but we want you to know all these activities are meant to be fun and enjoyable. They will help you to keep your brain busy and help you remember what we learned in the Smart Room, so that you are ready to learn when we come back to school. Let's start!
What day was it yesterday? Today is Monday. What day will be tomorrow?
Time to check in
I am in the green zone. This is to be expected when I have had a restful weekend. 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?
This week my group will be practicing their Set 2 sound ow Look at the polar bear blow the snow two letters one sound -special friends Click here to hear the 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
Next your grown up will say the word
Use Fred Fingers to count the sounds
Now write it
Look at the word and Tick it or Fix it
Extra Phonics Challenge
Look at the picture Say the word Write the correct chatty friends - two letters one sound in the box
Look who is back?
Our friend the Boy is back! This is another story by Oliver Jeffers. When we read this story we learned all about space, friendship and solving problems. Click on the link to hear Professor Brian Cox reading the story Click on the file for the whole book.
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