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Thursday 23rd April

Good morning everyone! Hope you are all well! 

Happy St George's Day!


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It is National skipping day tomorrow and Miss Hickman has set some skipping challenges for everyone to have a go at. To remind you how the skipping coach taught us how to start skipping I have found a little video to help you.;_ylt=AwrJS5d4M6FenTEAeJkM34lQ;_ylu=X3oDMTE0ZjYwcjI4BGNvbG8DaXIyBHBvcwMxBHZ0aWQDQjk4MDNfMQRzZWMDcGl2cw--?p=How+to+skip+for+kids&fr2=piv-web&fr=mcafee#id=25&vid=249565d83db30448fdd6205a7916a627&action=view 

You can also see a little video of me having a go at a bit of skipping on Tapestry.

Just try your best and have fun!

Skipping workshop

Skipping workshop 1
Skipping workshop 2
Skipping workshop 3
Skipping workshop 4
Skipping workshop 5
Skipping workshop 6
Skipping workshop 7
Skipping workshop 8


Challenge of the day!


A fitting challenge today as Thursday is the nation's clap for carers day! angel

Name three people who help us and what their job is. Draw one of them.


Daily Phonics lesson:

We are now going to move onto Phase 5 in Phonics. In this phase the children learn that the same sound can be made with different letters -  ai/ay.  But we will still be practising and consolidating the previous phases. If you feel your child still needs more practise at Phase 4 please use the previous lessons, the resources in their Home Learning Book and the phonics programm on Espresso and Twinkl .


Remember - Practise makes Better!!


1.   Sing  ABC song -

     Sing vowel song (ask your child to teach it to you!)

      Practise reading the phonemes/digraphs/trigraphs in your Home Learning Book.


2.  Phase 4 Tricky words song  


3. Today we are learning oy says oi. Ash from Espresso will help us today.

 Now try this game!

Write the words when you have sorted them.


4.   Write this sentence. You read it out, sound out each word and your child writes it down. Look out for tricky words!                                                               The  boy  put  the toy  in  the  soil. 

     Remember  - Start your sentence with a capital letter

       Leave finger spaces

              End your sentence with a full stop.

     Read your sentence


Well done! yes 




Can you fill in the missing numbers?