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Thursday 21st January 2021

Maths - Using positional language

For today's maths home learning, I would like you to practise using the positional language, which I shared with you on Tapestry yesterday. I would like you to show your children placing different objects around the room using positional language.

 

Once they have watched you, I would like you to give the children instructions to place themselves in different positions around the room. Take pictures of children placing themselves in different positions. 

 

I look forward to seeing your hard work on Tapestry.

English - What are the character's feeling?

Today for your home learning, I would like you to think about how the characters are feeling during different parts of the story. 


1. Look at the story of Little Red Riding Hood and when she is going to Grandma’s. How is she feeling during this part of the story? Would she be scared at this point in the story? 


2. Look at the different points of the story -beginning, middle and end. What do the children think the different characters feel at different points in the story? Use the feelings word bank to remind you of emotions if you can’t think of any. 

 

Use story sequencing pictures to talk about characters’ feelings. Children to pick 3 characters and choose the emotion/feeling of each of those characters. Write it next to them with a arrow pointing to their heart. 

I look forward to seeing your hard work on Tapestry.

What happens after Autumn?

For today's home learning I would like you to use what you have learnt about the seasons and think about what happens after autumn. I would like you to talk about what happens in winter and what you can remember about winter and then I would like you to talk about what happens in autumn and then think about what what you can remember about autumn.

 

I look forward to seeing your had work on Tapestry.

Phonics

For today's home learning for phonics, I would like you to practise four of the the sounds we have been learning over the last few weeks. I would like you to practise writing the sounds on your own. Once, you have finished practising writing the sounds, I would like you to choose some of the words we have been learning over the past few weeks and practise writing them independently. 

 

I have listed below all the sounds below that we have been learning for you to choose from:

 

ay: may I play 
ee: what can you see 
igh: fly high 
ow: blow the snow 
oo: poo at the zoo 
ar: start the car 
or: shut the door 
air: that’s not fair 
ir: whirl and twirl 
ou: shout it out 
oy: toy for a boy

 

I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry.

Phonics - 'u' sound

For today's sound we are going to be recapping the 'u' sound. First, I would like you to practise saying the sound and the rhyme, remember first you need to say, 'u' and the 'u,u, down the umbrella, back up and draw the puddle.'

 

Then you need to practise saying the words with 'u' sound in them, which are 'umbrella', 'under', 'up' and 'upstairs'. Once you have practise saying the 'u' sound and the words. I would like you to practise writing the 'u' sound.

 

Then I would like you to practise sound out the word using Fred talk:

up - u - p

fun - f - u - n

under - u - n - d - er

 

I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry. I have attached the link to video for the 'u' sound for you to use whilst you are learning you are sounds.

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