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Thursday 2nd July

Good morning! Hope you are well!

 

I hope that you are enjoying your home learning, trying your best and having fun. Today we are going to write instructions for making a jam sandwich and then we are going to make one! If you have a go please take a photo and show us your efforts on Tapestry.We would love to see it!

Just a reminder about sending in a video thank you message to your Yr6 Buddy. We really want to give them a good send off with our best wishes. Please send them to the class email address by Sunday 5th July. Many thanks!

                 Challenge of the Day!

 

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Can you learn the traditional sailor song A Sailor went to Sea, Sea, Sea? Watch this video to help you learn the actions too!

The Wiggles: Sailor Went to Sea | The Wiggles Nursery Rhymes 2

Enjoy learning this tradtitional sailor song.

Daily Phonics lesson:

It is great that you are keeping going with the Daily Phonics lesson. It is so important that you don't forget the 45 phonemes that you have learnt and that you remember all the Phase 2, 3 and 5 Tricky Words. 

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!!

1. Rap Our Letter Sounds | Phonics Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann

Rap the letters and the letter sounds with Jack Hartmann.
Jack raps each letter showing the upper and lowercase letters with the sound and a picture of an object with the beginning sound.

2. Phase 5 Sounds Song

Lovely graphics which help us to consolidate those Phase 5 letter sounds which we have learnt.

3. Read Phonics Play Comic - 'Sea Monster'

 

https://phonicsplaycomics.co.uk/comic_ph5b_sea_monster.html

 

4.   Write these sentences. You read it out, sound out each word and your child writes it down. Look out for tricky words!                                                             

The  sailor  can  sail  a  boat.

The  big  boat  is  made  of  wood.

The  axe  can  chop  the wood.

 

     

Remember  - Start your sentence with a capital letter

       Leave finger spaces

              End your sentence with a full stop.

     Read your sentence

 

Well done!  yes

Playing simple strategic games like this is very good for your child.

Mathematics

I can play a simple strategic grid game to find multiples of 10.

English

I can write simple instructions

 

Mrs Grinling is very good at making all sort of sandwiches with all sorts of fillings. Today we are going to write instructions and then follow them to make our very own jam sandwich.

How to make a jam sandwich

In this video we learn the importance of giving the reader clear instructions.

Now write your own simple instructions on How to make a Jam sandwich.

Start each sentence with - First...,  Next..., Then..., Finally...

 

Remember  - Start your sentence with a capital letter

       Leave finger spaces

              End your sentence with a full stop.

     Read your sentence

 

Well done!  yes

D & T

I can follow instructions on how to make a jam sandwich.

 

Use the instructions that you wrote to make your own jam sandwich. You can always choose a different filling.

Enjoy your sandwich!

Science

I can identify different light sources

Sources of Light | Science for Kids | Kids Academy

One of the very interesting topics in science is light. It is a part of the early curriculum and teaches some of the basics. When you start teaching your kid about the light you need to go to the very basics too. The kid needs to understand what actually light is and where does it come from.

Sources of light is a very early lesson that kids need when they start understanding the concept of light. To help you explain this to your kid in easy words let me explain it to you in simple words.
What is light?

Light is what enables you to see around you. To put it in the words of science, light is made up of waves. And where do these waves come from? These waves travel from light sources, the bounce of different objects and enter our eyes, which then allows us to see things.

Look at this powerpoint and discuss if each item is a light source. Challenge - draw the different light sources you have seen and then can you add another one?

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