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Week 17 - 13/7/20

17/7/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Join Mrs Lamb as she writes about this picture from July 16th on pobble365.com

I wonder what this boy is looking at. Where is he? What can he see? Think about what you might write and have a go at writing by yourself. Try it use the phonics you already know and use keywords to help as well. Remember your capital letter, finger spaces and full stop.

14/7/20 Mr Hughes Bedtime Story - Oi Frog!

Oi Frog! is written by Kes Gray. You might have heard it before or even have it home yourself.

This week, White Rose Maths have suggested this story alongside “How Many Legs?” to support their maths activities. Listen to this story and then you could have a go at doing some of the activities that are on the website.

16/7/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Here is Mrs Lamb modelling her writing for this picture on pobble365.com from July 14th.

Oh dear! What has happened in the picture? It doesn’t look very good. Have a go at making your own sentence up about what has happened and use phonics you already know. Remember to put a capital letter at the start of your sentence and finger spaces between words before you finish with a full stop.

15/7/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Here is Mrs Lamb modelling her writing from July 18th on pobble365.com

This is a wonderful picture of a pod of whales, I wonder what it would be like to be that close to them? Would you be able to hear anything? How might you feel?

Try to construct your own sentence and then have a go at writing about the picture by yourself using phonics you already know and your keywords. Remember you capital letter, finger spaces and full stop.

14/7/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

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

What can you see in the picture? What’s on the other side of the door and where might it go? Talk to a grownup about what you see and try to make your own sentence. When you have a go at writing about it try to segment the sounds in words carefully and remember to use a capital letter, finger spaces and a full stop in the right place.

13/7/20 Mrs Lamb pobble365

Here is Mrs Lamb with today’s modelled writing using the picture from pobble365.com on July 9th.

This is a lovely picture with lots to talk about. What can you see? What are they doing? Would you like to be there? Talk to a grownup about this picture and then think of your own sentence you could say about what you see. Have a go at segmenting some words yourself using the phonics that you know. If you need to use your keyword sheet for words you already know that is fine. If you write it by yourself have a think, “does it look right?” Remember to use your capital letter, finger spaces and full stop in the right places.

13/7/20 Mrs Jones Maths - more measuring

Join Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred as they continue learning how to measure.

In this video they are using bricks to measure the length of different objects. They will find out how long some things are and see which is the shortest and which is the longest. You could try doing this at home too.

13/7/20 Mrs Jones maths - measuring

In this video Mrs Jones and Phonics Fred are measuring the different body parts of Fred using string. They want to find which is longest and which is shortest. They will compare each length of string and see which is longer and which is shorter. You could try doing this at home too.

13/7/20 Mr Hughes Bedtime Story - How Many Legs?

This week our White Rose Maths activities are all linked to the story “How Many Legs?” by Kes Gray.

Listen to the story and see if you can count how many legs keep joining the party. You’ll probably run out of fingers and toes!

13/7/20 Mr Hughes phonics phase 3 'air' and 'ure'

Join Mr Hughes for this revisit phonics lesson looking at two tricky trigraphs; ‘air’ (as in ‘fair’) and ‘ure’ (as in ‘stair’)

We will warm up with our usual jobs to practise our skills before looking at blending and segmenting words that use these two trigraphs. Remember to pause the video so that you can practise by yourself. Have a go at completing the final sentence, you could just write the two missing words or challenge yourself to try the whole sentence.

White Rose Maths

 

This week, all activities from White Rose Maths for EY are related to the story "How Many Legs?" Watch the daily videos here: White Rose Maths EY

You can try the activities in sequence or dip in and out to fit in with your week. Have fun counting legs this week.

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