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Practise reading these consonant blends.
How many of these Phase 4 tricky words can you read?
- if your child can write this sentence easily add in some describing words e.g. The bright frost is on the tree.
- Can they write another sentence about the frost?
I can show understanding by answering questions about a text.
Listen carefully to the story about Kipper's Toybox by Mick Inkpen then answer the questions underneath to show how well you have listened and understood the text.
Challenge - Can you read the question word at the beginning of the sentence?
Do you remember some other question words that begin with 'w'?
Can you read the words and label the items in the toybox?
Challenge - can you write what else you might find in the toybox?
I can sort and match for a given criteria
You will need lots of your toys for today's maths lesson.
Have a go at the activities below - you will need to use your sorting and matching skills.
Match all the toys that are the same (toys with ears, toys with tails, toys with no tails, toys with wings, toys with/without legs) Talk and explaining is very important in maths - you need to tell your adult how you have sorted your toys.
I can recognise and name different materials.
Challenge - Ask your child why they did not find any toys made from glass.
I can use yoga moves to help relax my body.
I can use meditation to help calm my mind.