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Tuesday 2nd February

Hello everyone!


I hope you are going to have lots of fun expressing yourself this week!

Challenge of the day!



Put on some music that you like and have a good dance!


Nans and Grandads will remember this song! Have a groove as Charles Wright encourages you to express yourself!


We are continuing with Phase 4 of our Phonics learning.

If your child can recognise most of all the Phase 2/3 sounds and read the Phase 2 and 3 tricky words then they are ready for Phase 4.

If you feel that your child still needs more practise with Phase2/3 please re-visit the previous weeks learning and try some other games on the suggested websites on our front class page.

Alphabet Phonics Song

Alphabet Phonics song with letter names and sounds. Every letter has a name and sound.

Help the alien to get home by spelling the words correctly in this Phonics Bloom game.
Kit and Sam are going to help us to practise more CCVCC words.

You say this sentence and your child writes it down. Look out for tricky words and sound out each word.


The  crisps  are  in  the  bag.


Challenge 1 - if your child can write this sentence easily add in some describing words.

Challenge 2 - Can they write another sentence about crisps?


I can make sensible estimates

Toys in boxes!

  • Get a box and sort your toys into small size, medium size and big size sets.
  • Estimate how many toys from each set will fit in your box.
  • Write down the number that you think and then count and check to see how close you are to your estimate.

Challenge - can you make accurate estimates for different sized boxes?

The Big Numbers Song

It's a numbers song for children and adults. Count from 0 to 100 and from a hundred to a trillion.

Kippers Toy Box - Do you remember the characters names?

This is a children's picture book story Read Aloud by Caroline Finch. Suitable for ages 3-8 years old - or any age really. Story by Mick Inkpen


I can use my phonics to read words

I can write a simple sentence.


Read the words and draw a line to the correct character.

Now write a simple sentence starting with that word e.g. Mr. Snake has a red nose.


I understand expressing myself helps me to feel good!

Challenge - This week choose one of the activities on the poster to do each day!!


Perhaps try something that you think you're not very good at!


While you are doing the activity think about how it makes you feel.


Please post your efforts on Tapestry.

We would love to see them!


I can recognise different materials around the home.

Be a materials detective!


Do you remember the common materials that you learnt about yesterday - fabric, wood, plastic, glass and metal?

Go on a materials hunt around your home, safely with an adult, and see if you can find different objects made from all these materials around your home.

Be careful with anything made from glass.