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Wednesday 22nd April

Fun with Phonics  - Daily Practise

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Flashcard Speed trials

Work through the phases and at the end of each phase it will show you where your child needs more practise.

(It is important to regularly practise all the phonic sounds. If not practised, children can, overtime, forget). 

 English    

Look at the Park Scene writing stimulus picture.

What can you see? 

Can you say what you see in a sentence? 

Now try and write one or more sentences about what you can see in the picture. 

Remember to try and remember capital letters at the beginning of the sentence. Finger spaces between words and a full stop at the end of the sentence.

 

P.E.

Joe Wicks - live P.E. lesson on his YouTube channel at 9am.

Don't worry if you can't wake up that early, they are on YouTube all day!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Na1rzigYlSU 

 

Understanding the World  

Seasons

Think about the four seasons again. Children, can you name them and say something that happens in each season? 

Look at the seasons power point activity. 

Now look at the four seasons pictures and all the items around the edge.

Can you say where each item should go on the pictures? 

Next, click on each item and see where it travels to. Were you correct?

 Maths

Looking at numbers from 11 to 20 

To understand these numbers we need to understand how they are made up. For example 11 is made up of one lot of 10 and 1 more.

We say one ten and 1 one

12 is one 10 and 2 ones

13 is one 10 and 3 ones etc. 

Watch the Number blocks episode: 

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

 Write the numbers 11 to 20 on pieces of card or paper. 

Choose a number and encourage  your child to count out and make up that number by using things from around the house e.g. crayons, small toys, pasta. 

Ask your child to arrange them so that there is one lot of 10  and _ones. Use this language as you play. 

E.G. 10 crayons and 3 cars for 13 or 10 red crayons and 3 blue crayons.

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