W/C 18th May 2020
This week’s key learning:
Maths - I understand measure. I can compare length and height, I can use non-standard and standard units to measure.
English - spelling I can read and spell says, push. I can write a sentence using these words. (Always remembering that every sentence starts with a capital letter and ends with a full stop.)
writing - read the colour poem and create your own, illustrated colour poem.
read 'Cold' and 'Wind' out loud to your family and talk about how they make you feel.
Phonics - I know all the long oo alternative family sounds. (ew, ue, u-e,) and the short oo alternative family sounds (u, oul)
Reading books – I can find and read oo words. I can read sentences. I can answer questions about what I have read. This week’s books are: Bullfrog is the best, Follow the clues, Unlucky!
Religious Education – Jesus and Thomas. I know that Thomas did not believe Jesus was alive. I can reflect on the times when we don’t understand what is happening.
White Rose Maths
This week you will be completing Summer Term Week 4. Make sure you watch the short clips first. This will help you complete the activities.
Monday - Lesson 1 – Compare length and height
Tuesday - Lesson 2 – Measure length (1)
Wednesday - Lesson 3 – Measure length (2)
Thursday - Lesson 4 – Introduce weight and mass
Friday – Challenge
Spelling - says & push
- Everyday, try and find this weeks words 'says' and 'push', in any text. (This could be in a story book, the newspaper, a cereal box) You do not need to read the whole sentence, just see if you can spot the word.
- Everyday, practise spelling the words on your white board. Remember to; say the word, look at the word and read it, then have a go at writing it without looking at it. Check you have spelt it correctly. Repeat at least 5 times. (If you notice you are forming any of your letters incorrectly, please make sure and practice the correct formation.)
- Everyday, write one sentence using the word says. Then write one sentence using the word push. Once you have written your sentence check it, does it start with a capital letter? Does it end with a full stop? Can you and someone else read every word? Are all letters correctly formed? Use a coloured pencil to correct your work.
- By the end of the week you should have 5 sentences for each word and the aim is to improve on the previous days sentence.
Writing - colour poem
On the attached sheet you'll find the Colour Poem as well as 'Cold' and 'Wind' by Shirley Hughes.
Write your own colour poem and illustrate it with your ideas.
This weeks sounds are the 'oo' alternative family sounds.
We have linked this weeks Bug Club books to the 'oo' sound.
Bullfrog is the best,
Follow the clues,
Below are some resources/activities to help the children identify and read words with 'oo' alternative family sounds.
When you have read your books, please also discuss these together and discuss them, for example :
Fiction (story book)
What happened in the story?
Was it what you thought was going to happen?
What was your favourite part of the story and why?
Non-fiction (information book)
What is the information book about?
What page would I turn to learn about … (pick something from contents page)
What was your favourite part of the information book and why?
Religious Education - The Resurrection (Jesus and Thomas)
Please read the story and answer the relating questions.