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Wednesday 20th January 2021

Maths - Positional Language

For today's maths home learning, we are going to begin to learn about positional language, this is language used to describe the position of an object in a room. I would like you to get your parents to choose some items in different rooms and describe where they are in the room. Then I would you to have a go at placing different objects in the room, by listening to instructions given to you by a grown-up.

 

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

English - Creating a story map

For today's English home learning, I would like you to use the story sequence pictures form yesterday. You are going to use the pictures to help you remember what happened in the story. You can talk about the main events in the story and then use this information to help you create a story map of story. A story map has six pictures with key words around the pictures to show what is happening in each story. 

 

I would like you to draw your own story map of the story and label with key words. I would then like you to use your story map to re-tell the story in your own words. I look forward to hearing your own story of Little Red Riding Hood and seeing your story maps on Tapestry.

PE Game (20.01.21)

For today's PE home learning, I would like you to take part in a game, which is called: Find three things that are...

 

To be able to play the game you need to asks a grown - up to ask you to find three things that are red, or three things that big or three things that are square, etc. You can ask the children to find a range of different things to find and you can ask them look all round the house or in the garden.

 

I look forward to seeing you play the game on Tapestry.

Phonics - 'oy' sound

For today's sound we are going to be recapping the 'oy' sound. First, I would like you to practise saying the sound and the rhyme, remember first you need to say, 'oy' and the 'oy, oy, toy for a boy'.

 

Then you need to practise saying the words with 'oy' sound in them, which are 'toy', 'boy', 'ploy' and 'joy'. Once you have practise saying the 'oy' sound and the words. I would like you to practise writing the 'oy' sound.

 

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

toy - t - oy

boy - b - oy

ploy - p - l - oy

joy - j - oy

 

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

Phonics 'k' sound

For today's sound we are going to be recapping the 'k' sound. First, I would like you to practise saying the sound and the rhyme, remember first you need to say, 'k' and the 'k,k, down the kangaroo's body, his tail and his leg.

 

Then you need to practise saying the words with 'k' sound in them, which are 'kangaroo', 'kick', 'kid' and 'key'. Once you have practise saying the 'k' sound and the words. I would like you to practise writing the 'k' sound.

 

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

key - k - e - y

knit - k - n - i - t

king - k - ing

kit - k - i - t

 

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

 

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