Please find below the learning for the week commencing 10th May 2021
This week we are starting to learn about consonant clusters, this is where 2 consonants are next to each other. We are learning GL SP SL ST this week.
We are also learning to read some tricky words- the, to, no, go, I, he, she, we, be, was, they, you, all, my, her. Watch this song all about the words we cannot sound out, and have to learn by sight.
You can also practise segmenting/robot talking words. https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PLm2RM2K7CuCSfq278KRAJYGjq29ngs03M&time_continue=179&v=9GPbrJZge3g&feature=emb_logo
Have a go at reading some CVC words and matching them to the pictures with this free game on Phonics Play
In English we are reading our talking story called Crunching Munching Caterpillar.
1. Letter GL
Can you make a gl poster and then complete the worksheet; colour in the pictures that contain gl and trace the letters? There is a writing challenge sheet as well.
2. Letter SP
Can you make a sp poster and then complete the worksheet; colour in the pictures that contain sp and trace the letters? There is a reading challenge sheet as well.
3. Letter SL
Can you make a sl poster and then complete the worksheet; colour in the pictures that contain sl and trace the letters? There is a writing challenge sheet as well.
4. Letter ST
Can you make a st poster and then complete the worksheet; colour in the pictures that contain st and trace the letters? There is a reading challenge sheet as well.
5. Consolidation of GL SP ST SL
Can you watch this video to help you learn the letter names? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5PmB3SIjNdQ
Can you cut and stick and sort the pictures by their consonant cluster? Then can you try and write some of the word that you have sorted on your whiteboard?
This week we are starting to read the story called Crunching Munching Caterpillar.
*Can you watch Miss Churchward re-tell the story and join in with the actions? There is a text map to download and use as well whilst you are retelling the story. Remember to retell the story daily.
*Can you box up the story? Where is the setting? Who are the characters? What is the problem in the story and how do they solve the problem? What is the solution?
*Can you draw a story map of the story?
*Can you practise re-telling the story with an adult? You could play talking tennis, where you each re-tell one line of the story, taking it in turns just like hitting the ball back and forth in the game of tennis.
Can you chant forwards from 0-100 and backwards from 20-0? Watch these videos to help you-
We need to understand how larger numbers are made of smaller numbers. This game helps you develop an understanding of the tens and ones in a 2 digit number-
https://www.ictgames.com/sharkNumbers/mobile/index.html Select numbers up to 29.
Can you chant in 10s, 2s and 5s? Watch these videos to help you.
Also go to the Continuous Learning page for Reception, there are lots of activities to help with maths knowledge. https://www.wintonprimary.uk/yr-continuous-learning#4
In maths this week we are learning about addition and how it can be related to a story. For example, First there were 4 birds in a tree. Then 2 more birds landed on the tree. Now there are 6 birds on the tree.
First, then, now week 1 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/first-then-now-week-1/
In topic we are continuing to learn about minibeasts.
We are learning about frogs this week. Watch these videos about the life cycle of a frog.
Can you cut and stick the life cycle of a frog? Watch this video to help you- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qjhK3H3N6jo
Can you draw a picture or paint a picture of your very own exotic frog? Exotic frogs are often brightly coloured. Look at these pictures and then draw or paint your own. PDF below.