Start each day by speed reading words in one of the Reading Challenges. It is really important that we read many words instantly to build up fluency and speed. Go and choose your challenge now by clicking the man below!
All worksheets to accompany the following activities can be found on Teams. Please complete all tasks before handing in your work. Don't forget to use the 'turn in' function when you have finished your work. Also look out for feedback when I return your work.
10 in 10
10 in 10 (10 minutes of mental maths)
Y1: Play Save the Whale to practise number bonds to 10. Choose the correct length of pipe to fill the area where the whale is and free him into the ocean! You can change the bonds too if you like.
Y2: Play Funky Mummy! Choose Bonds to 20. Click on the correct sarcophagus and watch the mummy dance! Go back to the main menu and try out some other number fact activities if you like.
Y1: Recap of Addition strategies
Click on the video below to recap the different ways we can add numbers up to 20. Complete the worksheet on Teams.
Y2: Recognise 2D and 3D shapes
Alternative Spellings 'ee'
Watch the video below to recap the alternative spellings of the 'ee' sound. Complete the worksheet on Teams.
Y2 Babcock Spelling
Spelling the 'sure' ending as in treasure and pleasure
The Unlucky Man: To listen and respond to a story
In this lesson, we will be listening to our new story, The Unlucky Man and talking about it together, using the plot matrix to help our understanding.
Task: Draw the story
Ask an adult to draw a plot matrix in your Home Learning book and add the heading for each section as shown below. You can do this yourself if you can. Alternatively, I have put a plot matrix on in Teams to print out if you have a printer. Draw pictures to show what happens in each part of the story. You will need this to retell the story later in the week.
You must read your reading book every day, just as we do in school. We do this after lunch but you can do it whenever you like! An adult must sign your diary to show this has taken place. You can of course read some of your own books at home to supplement reading. It would be great if this could be recorded in your diary too.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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