Today in Phonics we are going to be looking at the new grapheme 'ie' The phrase we say for 'ie' is "I fried a pie"
First today you need to revisit your phase 3 sounds, using the slides below. Next watch my video of me introducing the sound 'ie' and modelling segmenting and blending 'ie' words. Then practise reading 'ie' words from the list below. Finally have a go at reading the sentences below.
Today we are going to practise writing the letters a and i together. The phrase we say is "Snail in the rain."
Watch the video below to see how to form the letters correctly, then practise writing your letters in the air and say the phrase, then have a go and write your letters on lined paper.
Here are some maths challenges for you to try today following on from our work on Friday looking at adding more.
Ask your grown up to read the challenges to you and talk through your ideas, write your answers down on paper.
Our next English text is going to be stickman. Today I want you to click on the picture below and watch the film in preparation for this weeks work.
In phonics today I would like you to revisit the sound 'ie' that I introduced yesterday. We say ie when we see the two letters together i and e. The phrase we say for this grapheme is "I fried a pie"
You have four phonics tasks today:
1: Practise spelling high frequency words from phase 4:
2: Read through the 'ie' words on the turquoise slides below. Talk with your grown up and make sure you know the meaning of each word.
3: Play the sentence substitution game on Phonics Play (click on the last picture and it should take you to the game.) If you have an issues logging on the username is: Jan21 and the password is: home
4: Select a word which contains the 'ie' sound and write a sentence containing this word.
Today in English we are going to be looking at the alphabet and the order the letters come from A-Z.
Watch the video of the song below to remind yourselves of the letter names and order. Then complete some of the activities that I have added below. I have also added some letter cards if you have the facility to print which you could order or even display around the room.
In maths today we are going to looking at how to find a missing part by counting on to the answer (The whole number) Watch my video below to see how to do this in a variety of ways and then have a go at the questions on the sheets added below.
If you can't print the sheets don't worry just write your answers on paper.
Today in Phonics we are going to be looking at the new grapheme 'ea' The phrase we say for 'ea' is "cup of tea"
1: First today you need to revisit your red words using the slides below.
2: Next watch my video of me introducing the sound 'ea' and modelling segmenting and blending 'ea' words.
3: After that practise reading 'ea' words using the list below.
4: Finally look for 'ea' words in the phoneme spotter attached.
Today I have some missing number addition for you. I have added a video to show you the various ways how you can work out the answers. I have then added two different sheets to have a go at, the first one is using number line, the second have a go doing by counting on in your head.
You could make your own number line on the floor using large sheets of paper and physically stand on the number and jump along the number line to count on to find the answer.
Ask your Grown ups to read the story of stickman to you using the slides below. After listening to the story discuss the story and see if you can answer the following questions.
* How many children does stickman have?
* What is the first animal stickman meets?
* What is the name of the game the girl plays using stickman in the river?
* Which animal uses stickman as a twig for their nest?
* What part of the snowman is stickman used for?
* Who takes stickman home?
Today we are going to continue looking at the materials objects are made from. You to click on the picture below and watch the video from the BBC. Which objects do you see that are made from wool, metal, plastic and concrete? After you have watched the clip draw some pictures of the items you saw and then label them.
In phonics today I would like you to revisit the sound 'ea' that I introduced yesterday. We say ea when we see the two letters together e and a. The phrase we say for this grapheme is "cup of tea"
You have four phonics tasks today:
1: Practise spelling words that contain trigraphs. (three letters that make one sound) You need to practise a spelling a few words from each list of sounds.
2: Read through the 'ea' words on the yellow slides below. Talk with your grown up and make sure you know the meaning of each word.
3: Play the Dragon's den game on Phonics Play (click on the last picture and it should take you to the game.) You need to select phase 5, then 'ea' words. If you have an issues logging on the username is: Jan21 and the password is: home
4: Select a word which contains the 'ea' sound and write a sentence containing this word.
Today in maths we are going to be continuing finding a part/a missing number in addition sentences. There is a video below showing you how to solve the questions.
I have attached some questions the first one has three levels, you can do one, two or all three depending on how you find them. I have also attached some challenge questions, if you fancy having a go.
Today we will be revisiting the story of Stickman. You can either watch the film using the link below or ask your grown up to use the slides from yesterday to tell you the story again.
Next I want you to order the story using the pictures I have attached below. If you unable to print the pictures you could draw 6 pictures from different parts in the story and then place them in the order they come.
Can you make your own Stickman?
Have a look in your garden or while you are out for a walk for twigs and any leaves or other natural materials to create your very own stickman. Alternatively you could use lolly sticks and craft materials if you have them.
I can't wait to see them!
Mrs Clark has set you some work on the website Charanga. You should have an email with the log in details and password, Let me know if you need any support. Click on the picture below and it will take you to the website. Select teacher and pupil login on the left hand side of the home page and then select 'student login' and use the details you have from the email. Have fun!
Today we are having another class zoom session at 11:30am. You should of had a code via email to allow you to join. It will be lovely to have everyone together again in these strange circumstances.
See you then!
In phonics we are going to consolidate our learning from this week. This week you have been introduced to two new graphemes 'ie' and 'ea'.
Your First job today is look at the sounds below, can you think of a word for each sound? Talk through you ideas with a grown up.
Your second task today is to click on the picture below and play the phase 5 'Tricky word truck' game on phonics play.
Your next job is to consolidate your learning from this week, looking at the sounds 'ea' and 'ie', I have added a sheet with 'ea' pictures on that you need to write the labels for. I have also added a word search for the 'ie' sound to complete.
Your final task today is a long task and it will take you a few sittings. I would like your grown up to assess which red words you can read and spell. In school we keep a record of these words, I have attached the list below if you are to download it or you could write them out. I suggest you attempt to read the words first then move on to spelling them. Your grown up could highlight them when you can read them and then tick them when you can spell them. Don't worry if there are lots to practise as some of them are very tricky!
Stickman is a long way from his family tree. How do you think he is feeling? What do you think he is thinking as he tries to escape all the obstacles he faces on his journey? What might he say?
Discuss your thoughts with a grown up and use the sheet below to write your ideas down, the heart shape is for what he might feel, the cloud shape is for what you think he be thinking and the speech bubble shape is for what you think he might say.
Below is some pictures of Stickman in a range of locations. I would like you to look at the pictures with your grown up and describe his position. He might be on, under, next to, behind, inside or in front of an objects.
Below are some 'finding a part' challenge questions:
In Geography I want you to go on a walk. I want you to use your senses and explore what interesting things you can see, smell, touch and hear.
When you get home draw and write about what what you discovered.