Thursday 14th January
Keep reading to find out about today’s learning.
Reading- Remember to read for at least 20 minutes at home today. A reading comprehension sheet about Ben’s Frog has been included with this blog for you to complete if you wish.
You can also visit the Oxford Owl website. https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/ and access books online. The login details are:
Once you are logged in, you can go into the Oxford Owl e-book library and select a book of the appropriate level to read. You can do this by going to the tab which says levels and scroll down until you come to book bands. If you are not sure which level your child is reading at please email us and we will let you know.
Phonics- Today we are learning about the ‘aw’ in words like claw, lawn and straw. Below are some videos to watch going through some ‘aw’ sound words.
Mr Thorne ‘aw’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=finOGW5MCCs
Geraldine The Giraffe ‘aw’ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xvdbR6g060
Talk about the ‘aw’ sound. Can you say the sound? Can you write the sound? Now look at the ‘aw’ sheet attached to this blog. Can you read the words and say whether they are real or nonsense words?
Maths- Today we are continuing to learn about subtracting not crossing 10. Watch the White Rose Maths video: Spr1.3.4 - Subtraction counting back on Vimeo and then try completing the worksheet attached to this blog.
English- Today’s English activity is a bit different. We are going to be thinking about instructions and recipes. Last term in school we wrote some instructions for making a sandwich and then we followed our instructions to see if they worked. Today we would like you to make something. You can either make a model of your choice or follow a recipe to make some food.
Making a model: Write a list of the things you need for your model. Get the things you need and make your model. Now explain to a member of your family what you did. Remember to include time connectives in your explanation (First I got a cereal box. Then I taped another box to it). Did you remember to explain things in the right order? Would you change anything if you made it again?
Using a recipe: Attached to this blog is a recipe for butterfly cakes but you could use a recipe of your choice. Look at the recipe you have selected. It should have a ‘what you need’ section and a ‘what you do’ section. Can you spot the verbs (doing words) in the ‘what you do’ section? They could be words like put, mix, fill, pour. Now measure out the ingredients that you need and follow the recipe instructions. Were the instructions easy to find? Did you find anything tricky to complete? Would you change anything?
Don’t forget to email photographs of what you have made for us to see.
PE- Get active with this 8-minute workout from Jo Wicks:
Alternatively try one of the Cosmic Kids Yoga session:
Can you create your own exercise routine using 5 different movements (for example: star jumps, stretching, jogging, balancing, hopping, jumping).