Tuesday 23rd February
Welcome back! We hope you all had a lovely half term break and managed some walks and bike rides in between the rain!
Let’s start our week with some wake and shake. Click the link below:
Our new sound for this week is ‘ir’
Watch the Letters and Sounds clip below:
Spellings for this week:
Can you read these tricky words:
Write them on paper to make flash cards and play a matching/pairs game with them.
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We are starting a brand new unit this week. Our first lesson is counting forwards and backwards.
Watch the video below:
When you have watched the video, complete pages 12 and 13 in your new White Rose booklet 'Shape and Place Value within 20'.
Today, I would like you to listen to the story of ‘The Gingerbread Man’. I wonder if you have this story at home? Click on the link below to take you to an online version:
When you have listened to the story, can you draw or print out the stick puppets and have a go at retelling it? You may notice different versions of the story have different characters, so choose the ones you like or try and match them to the story you listened to.
Can you remember the order he met the characters?
What are the repeating lines?
Run, run as fast as you can, you can’t catch me……
Click on the link for Go Noodle today:
There are lots of different Go Noodle dance routines so choose one you like the look of.
Wednesday 24th February
Today, watch Mr Thorne's video:
Pause the video and write the words.
Then complete the ‘ir’ activity sheet in your phonics pack.
Today, I’d like you to listen to the story of The Gingerbread Man again. Can you act it out using your finger puppets as you listen?
The version I put on yesterday wasn't the one I intended! Click the link below to this version for today's learning:
Once you have listened to it, please can you draw a story map to show each part of the story.
We have done these in school.
Have a look at mine below to give you an idea.
Remember not to draw your pictures too big!
Today we are going to draw a map to show the journey the Gingerbread Man took to get to the river.
Watch the Espresso clip below:
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Now try and draw your own, thinking about the things the Gingerbread Man passed on his way to the river.
What would you be able to see from the sky?
The tops of trees, roofs of buildings…
Have a look at mine to give you an idea.
If you like baking, maybe you could have a go at making your own gingerbread man and decorate him? I’d love to see some photos.
Choose two real words and put them into a sentence. Eg bird, shirt.
Challenge: Can you make one into a question?
Write the date and this title in your yellow book- Jesus taught that people should be loving, kind and forgiving to everyone because this is what God is like.
He told three stories one after another about things that were lost and found - the lost sheep, the lost coin and the lost son. (Luke 15:1-7, 8-10, 11-31).
Watch ‘The lost sheep and the lost coin’ - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvHxUxjaboE
Keywords: happy sad excited teddy favourite toy upset
Write these 3 questions below and answer them (You can get an adult to write the title and questions in your book).
Have you ever lost anything? Write it or draw a picture.
How did you feel when you knew it was lost?
How did you feel when you found it again?
Feel free to use the sheet in your pack.
First part of sheet Second part of sheet
NEXT WEEK IS BOOK WEEK
To get in the mood, click on the link below. You will find some wonderful author/illustrators. Watch their videos. They will read their story and then explain how they went about illustrating it. You don’t have to watch them all, just a couple!
Did you enjoy them? Which was your favourite? Did any make you chuckle? Did you like their illustrations?
Click here and enjoy.