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Week 14 - 22/6/20

26/6/20 Guess How Much I Love You - Mr Hughes bedtime story

Here is tonight bedtime story, Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney. Have you ever wondered how much you love someone in your family? Find out how much Big and Little Nutbrown Hare love each other.

26/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for this picture from pobble365.com on October 30th.

Talk to a grownup about the picture. What can you see? What might you hear if you were there? How would you feel?

Try writing your own sentence for the picture too. Listen carefully to the sounds in words when you are writing them and don’t forget to use your keyword sheet for words you already know. Use a capital to start your sentence and a full stop to finish and remember to use finger spaces between each word.

26/6/20 Mrs Jones maths - more halving

Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as the continue to explore halving. This time they am will be halving numbers using objects, you could do the same at home too using toys, teddies, sweets and other things.

Start with the whole amount, then begin to ‘share’ between two people (put them into two groups) “one for you and one for me”.

If you both have the same number at the end and no more left over, then that number can be halved. How much have you both got?

25/6/20 The Not-So-Perfect Penguin - Mr Hughes Bedtime Story

Here is tonight’s bedtime story, The Not-So-Perfect Penguin by Steve Smallman.

As today has been so hot, and I bet you’ve been melting at home, he is a story set somewhere a little cooler.

Percy is a not-so-perfect penguin who doesn’t always get things quite right. But his friends soon miss him when he isn’t around anymore.

25/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for this picture from pobble365.com on October 20th.

Talk to a grownup about the picture. What can you see? What might you hear if you were there? How would you feel?

Try writing your own sentence for the picture too. Listen carefully to the sounds in words when you are writing them and don’t forget to use your keyword sheet for words you already know. Use a capital to start your sentence and a full stop to finish and remember to use finger spaces between each word.

25/6/20 Mrs Jones maths - introduction to halving

Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as they explore how to halve shapes. Is it fair if Mrs Jones gets a bigger part? Or should they both get an equal share?

Why not make your own 2D shapes and see if you can fold them carefully in half just like Mrs Jones does.

24/6/20 Mr Hughes bedtime story - The Little Old Lady who Cried Wolf!

Join Mr Hughes for tonight's bedtime story - The little Old Lady who cried Wolf! By Simon Puttock & Nicola Slater.

24/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for this picture from pobble365.com on October 18th.

Talk to a grownup about the picture. What can you see? What might you hear if you were there? How would you feel?

Try writing your own sentence for the picture too. Listen carefully to the sounds in words when you are writing them and don’t forget to use your keyword sheet for words you already know. Use a capital to start your sentence and a full stop to finish and remember to use finger spaces between each word.

23/6/20 Who's Making That Noise? - Mr Hughes bedtime story

Have you ever made lots of noise at home? Banging and crashing pots? Screaming at the top of your voice? Turning the TV up loud?

Here are two boys who just can’t do anything because they are being disturbed by lots of noise around their house.

Why don’t you try making your own musical instruments at home and playing a tune in them. There are lots of instructions on the internet for homemade instruments.

23/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for this picture from pobble365.com on October 16th.

Talk to a grownup about the picture. What can you see? What might you hear if you were there? How would you feel?

Try writing your own sentence for the picture too. Listen carefully to the sounds in words when you are writing them and don’t forget to use your keyword sheet for words you already know. Use a capital to start your sentence and a full stop to finish and remember to use finger spaces between each word.

23/6/20 Mr Hughes phonics phase 3 /oo/ and /oo/

In this video Mr Hughes will review the digraph ‘oo’ which makes two different sounds, ‘oo’ like in broom and ‘oo’ like in the word ‘took’.

Join in with blending and segmenting and have a go yourself by pausing the video. At the end you can have a go at writing the sentence with the missing words.

23/6/20 Mrs Hall Phonics phase 4 lesson 19

Mrs Hall is still exploring phase 4 phonics but will be reviewing some of our previous learning.

Start off by recalling your different phonemes and digraphs as quickly as you can. If you want to pause between each card or you can also go back and try again. Do you know all your tricky words? See if you can spot them when Mrs Hall shows you them.

Mrs Hall still wants to help you remember the difference between 'b' and 'd', see if you can remember which way around they go.

Have a go at segmenting and blending words using some consonant blends, Mrs Hall will change a letter at a time to make a new word. You could also try this game at home, see if you can get an older brother or sister or a grownup to play with you.

22/6/20 Owl Babies by Martin Waddell - Mr Hughes Bedtime Story

Listen to Mr Hughes read a lovely story called Owl Babies, written by Martin Waddell and illustrated by Patrick Benson.

Have you ever seen an owl before? Did you know they come out at night? They are nocturnal animals. Find out what happens when three owl babies wake up and find their mummy isn’t there.

The Colour Monster

We will be reading this story in school this week as lots of us return. We think everyone might have a few mixed up feelings inside just like the monster in the story. Some of you might feel excited, or scared or worried.

We will be talking about our feelings and making our own worry monster that we can tell some of our worries too.

If you are staying at home you might have some mixed up feelings too. You might feel lonely or excited or happy. If you are worried about anything you could make your own worry monster too.

22/6/20 Mrs Hall Phonics phase 4 lesson 18

In this video Mrs Hall is going through some things that we all find a bit tricky. She will start with recalling some digraphs, then go over writing 'ch', 'sh' and 'th'.

We all get a bit muddled by the letters 'b' and 'd' and Mrs Hall is going to go over these to help. After singing the alphabet song she will play a little game to help identify the vowels in our alphabet; a, e, i, o, u.

Have a go at segmenting using some phase 4 consonant blends. You can have a go at home too, use some letters if you have them or write them on some paper first.

22/6/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she models her sentence writing for this picture from pobble365.com on October 12th.

Talk to a grownup about the picture. What can you see? What might you hear if you were there? How would you feel?

Try writing your own sentence for the picture too. Listen carefully to the sounds in words when you are writing them and don’t forget to use your keyword sheet for words you already know. Use a capital to start your sentence and a full stop to finish and remember to use finger spaces between each word.

22/6/20 Mr Hughes phonics phase 3 /igh/ and /oa/

Join Mr Hughes as he reviews our previously learnt digraphs /igh/ and /oa/

Have a go at blending and then segmenting using both of these digraphs. Remember to pause the video if you need to have a little more time.

At the end of the video it is your turn to have a go at writing two words for the sentence. If you want to try writing the whole sentence try to remember how to write the tricky words from memory. Do they look wrote when you’ve finished?

22/6/20 Mrs Jones Maths - even more doubling

We hope you’ve enjoyed learning about doubling so far with Mrs Jones and Fred.

Today they are continuing to explore doubles with number. See if you can join in too.

22/6/20 Mr Beard phonics phase 2 'a'

Join Mr Beard as he learns to use the phoneme ‘a’ when blending and segmenting.

Practise some tricky words first the have a go at writing the letter ‘a’ at home. Instead of using your pen and paper, why not try writing the letter in flour on a plate, and if you have some chalk you could try writing on the patio of pavement.

Try joining Mr Beard when he blends the phonemes in words to help read them. And then have a go at copying him when he segments.

22/6/20 Mr Beard phoneme hunt 'm'

Can you name the different objects that Mr Beard has arranged in this video?

See if you can name them (ask a grownup if you get stuck) then have a go at listening for the different phonemes that make up the word. You might want to write them too.

This week White Rose Maths have linked all their learning to the story Zog by Julia Donaldson. You might have the story book at home to read and share together, or you can watch it on the link below.

You can do all the activities here, or chose to do just some of them. Remember you don't even have to do them in the same order as here, you can dip in and out. We hope you have a lot of fun doing all these activities that are available here.

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