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St Philip Howard
Catholic Primary School
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This week’s key learning:
Maths – I can count to 100. I understand tens and ones and can partition numbers. I can compare two numbers.
English – I have read and remembered the order of 'Little Red Riding Hood. I have written sentences that sequence the story. I have used past tense correctly using ‘ed’ endings. I have practised spellings and handwriting.
Phonics - I know ere and eer make the ear sound. I know are and ear make the air sound.
Reading books – I can read sentences. I can answer questions about what I have read. This week’s books are: Meercats, Sid the ScarecrowReligious Education – Miracles - I know that Jesus showed his love for sick people when he cured a man who was paralysed. I can reflect on the great love Jesus has for all who are sick.
White Rose Maths
This week you will be completing Summer Term Week 9 (22nd June) Place Value. Make sure you watch the short clips first. This will help you complete the activities.
Monday - Lesson 1 – counting to 100
Tuesday - Lesson 2 – Partitioning numbers
Wednesday - Lesson 3 – Comparing numbers
Thursday - Lesson 4 – Comparing numbers
Friday – Challenge
This week we are looking at stories set in a forest. We will be reading Little Red Riding Hood.
Monday - Handwriting – practise spelling words
Tuesday – Grammar – past tense
Wednesday – Reading – sequence the story
Thursday – Writing – storyboard
Friday - spelling test and creative writing
Spelling – Practice two spellings a day. Then on Friday have a spelling test.
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Phonics -This weeks sounds are the ‘eer’ ‘ere’ (making ear sounds) and ‘are’ ‘ear’ (making air sound)
We have linked this weeks Bug Club books to the 'ear' and ‘air’ sounds.
Sid the Scarecrow
Below are some resources/activities to help the children identify and read words with ere, eer, are and ear.
Don’t forget the games on active learn!
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?
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