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Planning for Tuesday 5th January 2021

Good morning Oak Class. I hope you all enjoyed your Christmas break. Things are going to be a bit different for a while but I am looking forward to seeing you all very soon, when we get to use our Google Classroom!

I have a number of jobs for you today, which I hope you are going to enjoy. You may find it useful to have your Phonic and Maths Packs out to help you today.  

Phonics:

Reception

Reception children please practice your phonic sounds. I have added the PowerPoint we use in class below. Remember to do the actions! If you are finding it a bit difficult to recognise some of them you could write these on the whiteboard in you Phonic Pack and then practice them again later.

Once you have warmed up, I would like you to look at the next PowerPoint. Sound out the phonemes and then blend the sounds together to read the words. You get 1 point for each word you read; let me know how you do.

Phonics:

Year 1

Year 1 children please practice your phonic sounds. I have added the PowerPoints we use in class below. Remember to do the actions! If you are finding it a bit difficult to recognise some of them you could write these on the whiteboard in you Phonic Pack and then practice them again later.

 

Now you are ready to play a game. You need to click on the words that have the sound at the top of the page in them (not just at the beginning of the word).

English

All children

Please read the story attached to your child. Activity instructions included.

Maths

 

Please practice your numeral recognition. If you do not have number flash cards at home the please use the PowerPoint below.

 

Then please follow the links for the appropriate year group.

 

Topic

All children

 

Activity 1:

How many different animals can you think of? What do they eat? Where do they live? Do you have any animals living with you? Draw as many different animals that you can think of and label your drawings.

 

Activity 2:

Which is your favourite animal? Find out as much as you can about that animal. Some things you will already know. Here are some ideas of the things you could try and find out about include;

How many legs?

Do they have fur, thick skin or scales?

What do they look like?

What do they eat?

Where in the world do they live?

 

I would love to see your research and if you have an adult who can help you write it down then please do. Alternatively, you could record a video and send it to me via email or Tapestry.  

 

I am looking forward to hearing and seeing how you get on today. Have fun!

Ms Ingram

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