Previous Home Learning 11/5/20
Good Morning Orange Class,
We hope that you have all had a lovely week. We are still missing seeing you all and your smiling faces. As always, remember you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Please try to keep up your reading. As we have said previously, Oxford Owl has phonic books similar to the ones we send home from school so if you do get time please have a look on here as it is really good! We completely understand if you do not get time though! The link is in our Learning Zone.
Our focus story this week is The Three Billy Goats Gruff. If you do not have a copy of the book at home there is a video clip below for you to watch.
Have a wonderful week and look after each other
Lots of love
Mrs Stembridge, Miss Nutt and Miss Silcox xxxx
Reading and Writing
Have a look at the PowerPoint below; it is the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff. See if your grown up could read you the story. You might be able to help by spotting any tricky words or words that you can sound out.
Letters and Sounds
This week we are learning the ar digraph as in park, card and dark.
Have a look at the Alphablocks video below to see lots of ar words.
When you have watched the video have a go at writing some words yourself with ar in. I have added a photo below the video clip to give you an idea. Remember to use your joined up writing.
Remember to do your neatest joined up writing.
This week in we are learning to write the letter m. Watch the video below to see how to form this letter.
This week in Maths we are continuing our ordering and sequencing skills.
Collect a cuddly toy and 10 pieces of paper and number them 1-10.
Then ask your child to close their eyes and then you place the cuddly toy on one of the numbers, just like I have in the photos below.
Ask your child to open their eyes and tell you which number is hiding under the toy.
If they can do this easily ask them to give you information about the number that is hidden for example in picture 1 rather than just saying 6 they could say... "it is 1 more than 5 and 1 less than 7."
If they find this easy do the same activity but with numbers to 20.
Another lovely game to play is I am thinking of a number and your child has to give you clues about the number e.g. "It is bigger than 9 and smaller than 11. My buddy in Y6 is this age. If you add 8 and 2 you get this number. What is my number?" This will really help their Maths skills.
Can you see which number is hidden under my goat?
- Have a look below at the pictures of a variety of bridges and discuss any bridges that you have been over or under (to reinforce maths position words) Have you been over the Dartford Crossing? It is a very big bridge compared to the little wooden bridge at Faversham duck pond. What other bridges do you know in Faversham?
-Use your artistic skills to create a scary troll. You could draw or paint a picture or you could create a collage troll.
-If you have any paper plates at home you could try and turn one of them into a white goat.
- Join in with the song below
I hope you have had a nice week with the sun shining.
As you are learning all about The Three Billy Goats Gruff this week, I thought we would learn some other farm animals in Spanish.
Watch the video below and see if you can say the words too.
Notice that animals make different noises in Spanish too!
The goat was missing in the clip above wasn't it!
In Spanish a goat is una cabra.
Can you say it and repeat it? Listen to me below saying it.
Señora Taylor xx