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Week 11 - 1/6/20

5/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb today for her sentence writing for the pobble365.com picture from June 16th.

Talk about the picture with a grown up and think about what you can see. Try to think of your own sentence that you could write.

Remember to use your capital letter to start the sentence when you write it. Use finger spaces between each word and finish the sentence with a full stop. Have a go at segmenting new words and use your keyword sheet to help with words you already know.

4/6/20 Mrs Hall phonics - Phase 4 lesson 12

Join Mrs Hall in her latest phase 4 phonics lesson. She is still working on blending and segmenting consonant blends in words, but still covering some of the phonemes learnt in phase 3.

4/6/20 I can see ... 'or' phoneme hunt

In this video there are some 'or' objects hiding in the garden, they use the same phoneme as in the word born.

Try to name the different objects, ask grownup to help you if you get a bit stuck. Then have a go at segmenting the different sounds in them, before writing them either in a list or in a sentence. Don't forget to share your completed work with us via email or twitter.

4/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she writes her sentence for the picture from June 7th on pobble365.com

What can you see in the picture? What are they doing? What might you hear? Talk to a grownup about the picture and discuss it all before you make your own sentence about what is happening.

Remember to start your sentence with a capital letter, put finger spaces between words and finish with a full stop. Use you keyword sheet to help with words you already know and segment the new words.

3/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she writes her sentence about the picture from 4th June on pobble365.com

What can you see in the picture? What are they doing? What sounds might you hear? Talk about these things with someone else and then try to think of your own sentence you could say about the picture.

Have a go at writing your sentence remembering to start with a capital letter and putting finger spaces between words and finishing with a full stop. Good luck everyone.

3/6/20 I can see ... 'ar' phoneme hunt

How many objects can you spot in this video that use the 'ar' phoneme? The phoneme is the same as in the word 'start'.

Try to name all the objects and ask grownup to help you if you're not sure. Then segment the words into the sounds that you already know before you write them down in a list or have a go at challenging yourself and write a sentence or two. If you know some more words that weren't included in this video, don't forget to share them with me.

2/6/20 I can see... 'oo' phoneme hunt

In this video there are some objects hiding that contain the phoneme 'oo', just like in the word 'broom'.

Talk to an adult and try and name all the different objects, then segment them using the phonics that you know. Put them into a list or try writing your own sentences. if you can think of any words that I didn't include, put them into your list and share them with me.

1/6/20 Mr Beard reads The Snail and the Whale

Welcome back Mr Beard, he is in school at the beginning of each week helping children in the Key Worker group.

This week, White Rose Maths are basing all their learning on the Julia Donaldson story The Snail and the Whale. Listen to Mr Beard as he reads you the story as the snail goes on a wild adventure.

Look at all the activity ideas we have shared below from White Rose Maths.

1/6/20 Miss Hawthorne Maths

Join Miss Hawthorne as she models some activities and challenges for this weeks White Rose Maths for Early Years. They are all related to the Julia Donaldson story The Snail and the Whale. You can use the daily information packs below to help you with these activities.

1/6/20 Mr Hughes phase 3 phonics /air/

Join Mr Hughes for the next phoneme in phase 3, today it is the phoneme /air/ just like in the word eclair.

Remember to pause the video so that you get a chance to practise at home or you can rewind and go over something another time. Try your best to blend the words when reading and have a go yourself at segmenting the words to help you write them.

1/6/20 Mrs Lamb Pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for the picture from Pobble365.com for the picture from June 1st.

Talk about the picture together with someone else and try to make up a sentence about what you can see, or what you might here.

Remember to use a capital letter at the start of your sentence, put finger spaces between the words and finish with a full stop.

1/6/20 I can see... 'oo' (u) phoneme hunt

Watch this video closely, can you name the different objects hiding in my garden? They all contain the phoneme 'oo' [which makes the u sound - like in the word brook].

Have a go at segmenting the words and writing hem in a list or try to put some of them into sentences. If you can think of any new words, put them into your list and let me know.

Here are this weeks resources from White Rose Maths, all linked to the story by Julia Donaldson - The Snail and the Whale. You can pick and chose which activities you like to do, in what ever order you like or you could try them all.

You can watch the 5 daily videos from White Rose Maths here: White Rose Maths

You can follow this link to watch the story on BBC iPlayer: The Snail and the Whale

If you can think of any other activities that could relate to this story, don't forget to share them with us using the class emails.

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