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Week 13 - 15/6/20

19/6/20 Mrs Jones Maths - more doubling

We hope you enjoyed Mrs Jones first video all about doubling. Here she is again with Fred continuing to learn about doubles. Try and join in so that your start to love doubles just as much as Fred.

You could try doubling objects just like Mrs Jones and Fred using a part/part/whole model. You can draw one on some paper and then put the amount in one part and the same in the other, and county hem all to find the total. Have a go by yourself.

18/6/20 Mr Beard phase 2 set 2 phonics lesson 4

In this video Mr Beard (and his assistant Daisy) are using phonemes from set 2 to help blend and segment some simple CVC words.

Try to join in and have a go yourself.

18/6/20 Mrs Jones Identifying Doubles

Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as they explore doubles.

See if you can spot some doubles on the dominoes they use and can you see a pattern when they work out the totals?

Have a go around your house, find some things that might come in a double pack or in pairs. Make some doubles with small things you can count, blocks of Lego, dried pasta, marbles etc.

17/6/20 Mrs Hall phase 4 phonics lesson 17

Join Mrs Hall for another session learning to use consonant blends to help blend and segment words.

Practise your phase 3 digraphs first then have a go at blending words using some of these digraphs.

Finish todays session with writing a sentence using some consonant blends, see if you can write them before Mrs Hall does!

18/6/20 Mrs Lamb Pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she models her writing for the picture from February 24th on pobble365.com

Why can you see in the picture? Would you be able to hear any sounds? How might you feel if it was you? Try making up your own sentence and then have a go at writing it yourself using phonics you already know.

Remember to use a capital letter to start your sentence. Put finger spaces between your words and finish the sentence with a full stop. Listen carefully to phonemes in words so that you write them as you hear them. Also use your keyword sheet to help with words you already know.

17/6/20 I can see ... 'er' phoneme hunt

Search in the garden for objects containing ‘er’ in them. They could contain it in the middle of the word or at the end.

If you’re not sure of a word ask a grownup to help. Then segment the word before having a go at writing it in a list or make your own sentence.

17/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb today as she models her sentence writing for the picture from February 19th on pobble365.com

What can you see in the picture? What are they thinking? How would you feel if you were there?

Try making up your own sentence for the picture and then have a go at writing it using phonics that you already know. Segment new words and write keywords that you have already learnt.

16/6/20 I can see ... 'ure' phoneme hunt

Have a look around my garden for objects that contain ‘ure’ like in the word ‘treasure’.

Try to name them all but ask a grownup if you get stuck. Then have a go at segmenting the phonemes in the words and writing them in a list or sentence. If you can think of other words with the same phoneme add them to your list too and don’t forget to let me know.

16/6/20 Mr Hughes phase 3 phonics 'ai' and 'ee'

Join Mr Hughes as he revisits the phonemes ‘ai’ and ‘ee’ whilst blending and segmenting.

Have a go alongside Mr Hughes then try by yourself. Remember to pause the video to give yourself enough time then play to watch and see if you were right.

Try to write the sentence at the end and fill in the missing words. Segment carefully to hear all phonemes in the words.

16/6/20 Mrs Hall phonics phase 4 lesson 16

Join Mrs Hall today as she continues to explore blending and segmenting using consonant blends.

Have a go yourself at some of the words she blends and segments then have a go at thinking of your own words too.

16/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb today as she models her sentence writing for the picture from February 18th on pobble365.com

What can you see in the picture? What sounds might you hear? How would it make you feel?

Try constructing your own sentence and have a go at writing it by yourself using the phonics that you know. Segment new words and write the phonemes you can hear. Use your keyword sheet to help you write the words that you already know.

White Rose Maths - Princess Mirror Belle

 

Here are the activity packs for each day to support your maths learning all linked to the story "Princess Mirror Belle and the Dragon Pox". Have a look at the different activities, you don't have to do them in this order and you can pick and choose which you can do at home. Have fun choosing and doing these activities and if you can try to send us some pictures of what you get up to.

15/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb for today’s pobble365.com from February 14th.

What can you see in the picture? What is it doing? What sounds might you hear? Try to construct your own sentence for the picture and then have a go at writing it by yourself. Segment new words using the phonics that you know and use your key words from the sheet you already have.

Mrs Lamb makes paper caterpillars

Follow Mrs Lambs instructions to make your own racing paper caterpillar. If you need to pause or rewind the video while you’re on one stage of making your caterpillar then do so, and restart when you are ready.

To make a racing paper caterpillar, you will need:
• a strip of paper
• a pair of scissors
• a straw
• a pen

Try making different looking caterpillars and racing them against your family. Have fun everyone.

15/6/20 I can see ... 'air' phoneme hunt

What can you spot in the garden today? We are looking for words that contain the ‘air’ phoneme - like in the word ‘repair’.

If you’re unsure of any of the words speak with a grownup about them. Talk it through then have a go at segmenting the words using the phonics that you know and putting them into a list or try writing a sentence too.

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