Monday 1st March
Welcome to Book Week and your final week of home schooling!!
If any of you are feeling a bit nervous about coming back to school please go to the Well-being page for some lovely stories to help. Click on the link below.
We are excited to share lots of fun activities with you this week.
Firstly, take a look at this letter from Mrs Payne:
Let’s start our week with some wake and shake. Click the link below:
Our new sound for this week is ‘ue’
Watch the Letters and Sounds clip below:
Spellings for this week:
Can you write them neatly in your yellow book?
Our next lesson is counting 1 more and 1 less.
Watch the video below:
When you have watched the video, complete pages 19,20 and 21 in your White Rose booklet.
Today, have a look at the pictures of The Gingerbread Man, can you sequence them? This means put them in the right order.
This version has some different animals to the story you listened to last week. Can you spot them?
If you don’t have a printer, use the pictures to help you retell the story. How do you know they are in the correct order?
STORY TIME WITH MRS PAYNE
This week we are celebrating books. There are so many wonderful books to read. Mrs Payne has chosen some of her favourite stories. She will be sharing them with you every day this week. You might be able to guess today’s story using the clue below.
Click on the link below to listen to the story on Bishop's Hull TV.
Once you have listened to the story, can you draw your own dragon?
Watch this tutorial if you’d like an idea or use your imagination!
When you return to school next week, you will receive your £1 book voucher. Look at all the different books that you can buy for £1 with your voucher. They will be available in most supermarkets.
Take a sneaky peak at the books on offer this year, click the link below:
Tuesday 2nd March
Using the ‘ue’ words we started learning yesterday, can you put this sentence in the correct order?
Write it in your yellow books.
cat The blue . a had bow
Choose another word from your spelling list and write your own sentence.
Today watch the next White Rose video on comparing groups of objects.
Complete pages 22, 23 and 24 in your work booklet.
If you'd like an extra activity, then try these activity cards. You can skip the first activity.
Today, we are going to think about what the different characters would be saying.
Either print out or draw 3 or 4 pictures from the story and write your own speech bubbles.
Try and sound out the words using your sound mat.
STORY TIME WITH MRS PAYNE
Here’s today’s story clue.
Click on the link to Bishops Hull TV to listen to the story. If you like trains and you care for animals, this is the right book for you.
When you have listened to the story, make an animal bookmark.
Click on the link for Moovlee:
Wednesday 3rd March
Today, watch Mr Thorne's video:
Then complete the ‘ue’ activity sheet in your phonics pack.
Watch the PowerPoint below and see if you can guess the number.
Have a go at the matching game below too, please try the 1-20 level, but feel free to go higher too!
Choose one of the games in your pack to play today.
Today, you have different options!
Option 1 - try and write the story of The Gingerbread Man.
Option 2 – look at the sheets below and choose the one you think is best suited to your child.
For all options, remember:
STORY TIME WITH MRS PAYNE
Another story. Another clue.
A paintbrush. A clock. Well, what do you think this book is about? Click on the link below to take you to Bishops Hull TV to listen to the story.
When you have listened to the story, have a go at some colour mixing. How many shade and tints of red can you make?
Paint a red picture.
Learn the days of the week and the names of the months of the year. Click on the links to take you to some songs to help you:
Choose two real words and put them into a sentence. Eg glue, due.
Topic/Literacy :STORY TIME WITH MRS PAYNE
Here’s the clue. Yum!
Have you ever considered how useful a jam sandwich can be? Look on Bishop's Hull TV to hear Mrs Payne read the story.
I hope you enjoyed that?
Think about the characters you have come across this week. Can you draw, paint or even collage your favourite character and write a little about why you like them the most. Mrs Payne would like to collect these in for a display so email it to our homelearning link or bring it in on your first day back. We’d love to see them!
Topic- STORY TIME WITH MRS PAYNE
I hope you have enjoyed listening to the stories. One more story. One more clue.
Have you got a baby or a toddler in your family? This book might appeal to you. Head over to Bishop's Hull TV to listen to the story.
With an adult could you bake or prepare something delicious that Gemma might like to eat?
Or you could do an observational drawing or painting of fruit or vegetables?
I hope you have all enjoyed Book Week, Mrs Payne's stories have been brilliant to listen to haven't they? Did you guess what some of the stories were?
Can't wait to see you all in school next week! Please bring your Maths books back to use next week. Also, your Bishop’s Hull Book of Everything along with any school reading books. We will share our yellow books later so keep hold of those for now.