Week Beginning 18th May
Letters for you to practise this week.
Can you write a sentence about this picture? Use your Jolly Phonic card to help you spell the words. How many words are in your sentence?
Where is the frog sitting?
Where is the frog jumping?
Here are some more maths activities that you can play on your daily walk. The activities are differentiated for different aged children.
Week beginning 11th May
Can you practise these letters this week.
Use your phonics to write a sentence/s about one of the pictures.
Next time you go for walk you could try playing this game. When you spot one of the items in the picture, you tick it on your sheet and collect the number of points it says in the corner of that picture. Can you add up how many points you collect?
Challenge - You could take your own photos of objects near your house and make your own game for your family or a friend to play. You could send Mrs Pearson your game and then she can put it on the website.
Week beginning 4th May
Oak National Academy - this week literacy is based on the Traditional Tale 'Little Red Riding Hood' and maths on the calendar, time and birthdays.
Week Beginning 27th April
Click the links below to see this week's Home Learning Journey sheet, Oak National Academy lessons and Hamilton Trust ideas. Please remember you don't need to do all the activities here. Choose the ones which best suit your child and yourself.
Oak National Academy. This week, the Maths lessons are based on grouping and sharing and English is based on the traditional tale - Goldilocks.
Week Beginning 20th April
Click below to access the home learning journey document with ideas for this week and the adding objects and counting on sheet. There are also documents from Hamilton trust with maths, reading and writing activities.
The White Rose website has literacy and maths activities linked to a book each week. Last week the book was 'We're going on a Egg Hunt' and this week it is 'What the Ladybird Heard'. Don't worry if you don't have the books, there are links to them on youtube.
Classroom Secrets is a website we use in school for maths and they are offering free parent logins if you follow this link.
There are both phonics and maths games and activities.