Home Learning Week 6
Today we have a special get together - we finally all get to say hello.
Click on the link below. Sign in to your 365Office account - click Outlook (blue envelope) open the e-mail and click on the blue link at the bottom which says 'click here to join meeting' This will re-direct you to TEAMS. You will need to install the Teams app (unless you already have it) - join meeting - type in your child's name (so I know it is them)- join Meeting. Click Allow to use mircophone. You may wait in the lobby until the meeting starts.
Please ensure your mircophone is crossed (I will explain the rules to the children once we are all together)
Everyday, I would like you to click on the book below, choose your challenge and read as many words in the video as possible. Try to read them as fast as you can without sounding out. This will build up speed and fluency in your reading. When you can read all words quickly move onto the next challenge! This is the same as the Reading Challenge we do in school. Now you can do it at home too by clicking on the link below!
Follow the link - choose your challenge
Rising Stars Online Reading
Reception - New Diagraph 'ar ' 'ar as in car'
Practice writing cursive 'ar'
Can you spell words like
Can you spot the new diagraph in this sentence? Can you read the sentence?
Start the car.
Year 1 - Revisit - Alternative pronunications 'soft c'
Read the Alien or Real Words (applying your phonics to read words)
Mental Maths Game -Lets Compare (Topmarks)
Reception - Alive in 5 Week 3 Session 2 - Comparing Length
Practise counting in 2's, 5's & 10's
Place Value basketball - You need to recognise the Dienes base ten blocks and match to numbers up to two digits on the basketballs.
Activity - Counting forward and backwards within 50
Reception - I can sing and write the alphabet correctly
Year 1 - Conjunction 'and' 'but' 'or'
This Term we have learned about the
1. The four seasons (weather/trees/how you feel in the different seasons)
2. How we react to Hot & cold (clothes/body)
3. The five senses (what are they/ how do we use them)
Tell your adults as many things as you can remember about these topics.
Developing hand muscles is important for grasping actions and finger movements. This development can be seen even in babies as they learn to grasp different shaped objects and transferring objects from hand to hand and hand to mouth.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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