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A big reminder that if you wish to send a Good Luck card to your YR 6 Buddy they need to be in school by Monday 13th May. You are very welcome to drop them off at school - while observing social distance of course!
Challenge of the day!
What is your favourite type of music?
Listen to it and have a dance!
Daily Phonics lesson:
Please remember that if you feel that your child needs more practise at Phase 3/4 please revisit our previous lessons and also use your child's Home Learning Book to consolidate prior learning.
We have looked at the first set of Phase 5 phonics and for the rest of this term we will now be consolidating Phase 3/4/5 learning ready for Year 1.
Remember - Practise makes Better!!
The Singing Walrus ABC Lullaby helps children review and practice the alphabet in a fun and relaxing way.
2 Play this game to test your phoneme memory -
3. Play this Yes/No game -
4. Write these Phase 4 sentences. You read it out, sound out each word and your child writes it down. Look out for tricky words!
I like sunny days when I can go to the beach.
I like rainy days when I can splash in the puddles.
I like snowy days when I can throw snowballs.
Remember - Start your sentence with a capital letter
Leave finger spaces
End your sentence with a full stop.
Read your sentence
I can record addition number sentences
Number line addition - Use this number line and ten frames to record number sentences.
Challenge - record the number sentence - 2 + 7 = 9
Have fun with this resource!
Here is a link to a Scholastic site which will give you lots of different literacy options. It links with the fact that we have listened to African music this week and you have thought about the sort of music that you like. There is a non-fiction book to read and lots of lovely activities to work through. Let me know what you think.
Have fun watching the story, doing the acitivities and reading the non-fiction book!
I can compare two different environments
Look at the photos in this PDF. Talk about what you can see and then ask your child if this photograph was taken inKenya or England.
I can learn to say some words in Swahali
The two main languages in Kenya are English and Swahili.
Have a go at learning a few words in Swahili!
And then enjoy the wonderful Lion King song 'Hakuna Matata!'