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Thursday 7th January

Please keep reading to find out about today's home learning.

Reading- While learning from home, you should be aiming to read for at least 20 minutes per day. This can be any type of text – fiction book, non-fiction, comic, newspaper, etc. A reading comprehension on Jack’s Beetle has been included with this blog for you to complete if you wish.

Phonics-  Today we are learning about the ‘ie’ sound. Below are some videos to watch going through some ’ie’ sound words.

Mr Thorne does ‘ie’

Geraldine the Giraffe ‘ie’

Can you find any things in your house with an ‘ie’ sound in? Talk about the ‘ie’ sound.  Can you say the sound?  Can you write the sound? Can you write some words with these sounds in? Hide the word around the house. Can your child read these real and nonsense words with the sound ‘ie’ sound in. Real words: tie, pie, lie, tried, pie, spied Nonsense words: chie, mied, wieb.

Can you find the ‘ie’ sound words in the word search attached to this blog?

English- Today we are going to think about inviting people to a picnic and what we would need to include in our invitation. Look at Brian’s invitation. What could you be improved? What would you include in your picnic invitation? Look at the example invitation and have a go at writing your own picnic invitation.

Maths- Today we are learning about how to add ones using number bonds. Watch the third learning video:

Now try completing the worksheet attached to this blog. An answer sheet is also attached for you to check your answers.

P.E.- Get active with this 5-minute workout from Jo Wicks:

Can you make up your own fitness routine to teach your family?