W/C 8th June 2020
This week’s key learning:
Maths – I can count in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s and solve problems adding equal groups.
English – I have read and thought about what Tom packed for his trip. I have written sentences using first, then and next. I have used capital letters, full stops and finger spaces correctly. I have practised the spellings and handwriting activities.
Phonics - I know all the ur alternative family sounds. (ir, er, ear)
Reading books – I can find and read ur words. I can read sentences. I can answer questions about what I have read. This week’s books are: Sunflowers, The third Whirligig
Religious Education – Miracles – The Storm at Sea - I know that Jesus showed his great power when he calmed the wind and the waves. I can reflect that we can ask Jesus to help us when we are afraid.
White Rose Maths
This week you will be completing Summer Term Week 7 (8th June). Make sure you watch the short clips first. This will help you complete the activities.
Monday - Lesson 1 – Counting in 2’s
Tuesday - Lesson 2 – Counting in 5’s
Wednesday - Lesson 3 – Counting in 10’s
Thursday - Lesson 4 – Adding groups together
Friday – Challenge
This week we continue to look at The Great Explorer.
Monday - Handwriting (using the week's spelling words)
Tuesday – Grammar (using capital letters, full stops) and Handwriting (Forming capital letters at the beginning of names)
Wednesday – Reading (looking at what Tom packed)
Thursday – Writing (Using First, then, next – to write instructions)
Friday - spelling test and creative writing
Spelling – Practice two spellings a day. Then on Friday have a spelling test.
Phonics -This weeks sounds are the 'ur' alternative family sounds.
We have linked this weeks Bug Club books to the 'or' sound.
The Third Whirligig
Below are some resources/activities to help the children identify and read words with 'ur' alternative family sounds.
Don’t forget the games on active learn!
Additional Learning tasks - Complete one of the following each day
Remember to read for fun!
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?