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Week 5 - 20/4/20

Don't forget to watch the daily updates on Twitter @RBPSF2, videos will also be linked on YouTube - RBPS Mr Hughes, and added to the page here. There will also be story at 6:30pm every night of the week on Twitter #mrhughesbedtimestory

 

We all miss you lots, seeing what you are all getting up to put a huge smile on our faces - knowing that you are well, safe and having fun is the best thing for us. Keep on helping your grownups around the house and any brothers or sisters you might have. 

 

Hopefully we will see you all again soon and you and tell us about all the exciting things you have been doing.

 

From - Mr Hughes, Miss Hawthorne, Mrs Lamb, Mrs Hall and Mrs Jones

Wake and shake with Mr Hughes - Ghostbusters

Join Mr Hughes as he does the Ghostbusters wake and shake video from Just Dance. If you want to do the same routine search for “just dance ghostbusters” on YouTube and you can join in at home.

Wake and shake with Mrs Holbrook, Miss Gossage and Mrs Hall - Cake By The Ocean

We have carried on doing our wake and shakes and we hope you join us too.

24/4/20 Mrs Lamb - pobble365

Mrs Lamb is writing about this picture from pobble365.com. Have a look at it here:

https://www.pobble365.com/the-cave
Talk about it with someone in your house, what can you see? What sounds could you hear if you were there? How would you feel?
Try writing your own sentence and use your phonics to segments some of the words and use your keyword sheet to help too.

Just Dance Disney Party Under the Sea

Just Dance Disney Party Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious

Just Dance 2014 - Prince Ali - 5 Stars

Song by Disney Difficulty: Medium

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23/4/20

Here is the picture that Mrs Lamb has chosen for today from Pobble365.com. Have a look at it and talk about it with someone you know. What can you see? Where is it? Why are they doing that? There are lots of things that you could say but think about the sentence you would like to write about. Have you got any keywords and tricky words in your sentence? Try segmenting the sounds in the new words by yourself using the phonics that you have already learnt. Don't forget to share you sentence with us when you have completed it. Good luck everyone.

23/4/20 Mrs Lamb - pobble365

Mrs Lamb is writing about this picture from pobble365.com today. Have a look at it and talk about it with someone you know. What can you? Where are they? Why are they do what they are doing?
Mrs Lamb is going to show you how she would write her sentence and how she thinks about lots of different things, including; capital letters, finger spaces, full stop, key words and tricky words and segmenting using her phonics.
Have a go afterwards at writing your own sentence and share it with us on twitter. Good luck everyone.

Wednesday 22nd April

I’ve built myself another reading den. You could try making another den somewhere in the house, ask a grownup to help you. Here are a few jobs for you to try today.
1. Try today’s White Rose Maths challenge. It’s still linked to Supertato. They are doing vegetable races today, you’ll need to see which vegetables roll and slide. Then you could try some races yourself.
2. Look at the picture Mrs Lamb has chosen from Pobble365.com. Have a go at talking about the picture then try to write a sentence yourself, segmenting the sounds in the words you chose.
3. Make a sock puppet with an old sock. Try to decorate it so that it looks like an animal, dinosaur or person. Make it as wacky as you like. We would love to see your finished puppets.
4. Mrs Hall would love to hear what you’ve been getting up to. If you can, could you write her a postcard to let her know the different activities you’ve done. You could post it to school or drop it off in the office if you go for a walk during the daytime.
See you all again very soon. Stay safe 🙋🏼‍♂️

I can see ... 'f' phoneme hunt

Can you spot the 9 objects in this video that start with the phoneme ‘f’? Try to name them (ask a grownup if you’re not sure) then try segmenting the sounds you can hear in the words. Put the words in a list or try writing a sentence.

Todays image from pobble365.com

Todays image from pobble365.com 1

Look at this picture from pobble365.com and talk with a grownup (or brother or sister) about it. What can you see in the picture? How do they feel? Where are they going? What are they saying?

Once you have talked about the picture try to think of a sentence you could write about it. Say the sentence out loud and then count the words you used. Have you used any keywords? Find them on your keywords cards or on the big sheet. When you write your sentence, try to segment some of the difficult words and listen for the sounds you can hear in them. Don't forget to share your sentence with us too so we can see how proud you are of it.

Below is a short video of Mrs Lamb modelling her sentence for the picture to help you. Try to think of your own sentence.

22/4/20 Mrs Lamb - pobble365

Mrs Lamb has found this image on pobble365.com. Talk to a grown up about it. What can you see? Where are they going? What are they saying? How do they feel?
Try to construct a sentence you can write about the picture by saying it out loud then have a go at writing it. Don’t forget to segment the sounds in each word and use you keywords that you already know.

Picture 1

Look at this picture of the superheroes. Who are they? What are they doing? What might they be saying to each other? You challenge is to write a short sentence about the picture, use the phonics that you already know. Listen carefully to the sounds in the words then write them as you hear them.

Mrs Lamb will be making a video to go along side this picture.

21/4/20 Mrs Lamb - pobble365

Mrs Lamb has found a new picture to look at on pobble365.com. She has thought about what she wants to write and is going to show you how she would write her sentence. Can you think about what you would like to write? Don’t forget to share any writing with us.

Tuesday 21st April 2020

HHello everyone. We hope you are all well. Here are some challenges for you today.
1. Try making a reading den. It might be in your garden or bedroom or under a table somewhere. When it is finished you could share a story inside there with a brother or sister or a grownup.
2. Play some board games. This will help with taking turns and being a good sportsperson off you win or lose. Congratulate the winner with a high five.
3. Try today’s activity on White Rose Maths, it’s still linked to the story Supertato.
4. Look at the image on the website or twitter from pobble365. What can you say about it? Where is it? Who are they? Try to write a sentence about that picture.
5. Watch the ‘I Can See…’ video on the website or on twitter and name the ‘b’ objects. Write them in a list or sentence using your phonics to segment the sounds.

21/4/20 I can see ... b phoneme hunt

I’ve hidden some ‘b’ objects in my garden. Can you spot them? Say their name then try segmenting them using the phonics that you already know, put them into a list or a sentence. There might be some extra items too 😉 #ICanSee

20/4/20

 

Welcome back everyone, we hope you are all well. Everyday we will be updating this page with some new activities for you to try at home. Some you should be able to do by yourself and some you might need a grownup to help you. 

  1. Try some of the daily activities from White Rose Maths. They have a video for every day which has been linked to a story book that children might be familiar with. You can follow this link to find their page, watch the video and also read the accompanying activity card: White Rose Maths - Early Years Home Learning 
  2. Keep reading everyday. This could be your school book, or one from your bookshelf. It might be a book from the library app or you can read an ebook from Oxford Owl [free subscription]
  3. Practise writing your keywords in lots of different ways:
    • use chalk outside on the patio,
    • sprinkle flour in a baking try and use your finger to write the words,
    • air write the word,
    • use a squirt bottle to write the word by squirting water,
    • rainbow write - use pencil/wax crayons to write the word once in one colour, then go over it again in a different colour, chose a different colour and do it again. Keep repeating the same word in lots of different colours
  4. Look at the picture below [from Pobble365]. What can you see in the picture? Talk to a grownup or sibling about the picture then try to write a sentence about it. Mrs Lamb will be making a video for it very soon.
Picture 1

20/4/20 Mrs Lamb - pobble365

Mrs Lamb wants to help you with your writing. She is using the picture from pobble365.com. Have a look and think about what you could say about the picture too. What can see? Where is it? Try writing your own sentence too using the phonics that you know.

20/4/20 I can see ... 'h' phoneme hunt

Can you spot all the 'h' objects in my garden? Try to name them and ask a grownup if you're unsure. Then have a go at segmenting the sounds in each word so t...

We're Going on a Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen #mrhughesbedtimestory

Everyone loves this story. We read it in class today and wanted to share it with you all too. Why don't you go on your own hunt over the weekend, a monster h...

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