Good morning everybody,
I hope you all had a good weekend. Hopefully, we will have a couple of days of sun and cloud before the rain comes back later in the week. I must admit that it got so chilly we nearly put the fire back on at home, but we are made of tough stuff in the Mason household so we all just sat there huddled under blankets! Yesterday was a lovely sunny day and two of my friends from the ukulele group I belong to came over to my garden and we spent an hour or so strumming tunes and singing songs together - when we had finished, we all had big smiles on our faces - you can't beat a good sing-song. Take a look in the gallery at some of the worm stories and activities at home that some of you have been doing. We have a worm on a rainbow and another one in dinosaur land! I'm planning on cycling into school today. If you've got time, why don't you take your bikes out for a spin too. I hope you all have a good day today.
Letters and Sounds
Practise reading your sounds using flash cards time challenge on Phonics Play.
Read the tricky words and high frequency words below.
Get your sound mat out to help you if necessary. Practise writing the following 2 syllable words. Remember sound out each syllable one at a time.
Click on the Oak Academy link - it's all about doubling today.
There are many different types of minibeasts that live outside and we often refer to many of them as "insects". Have a look at the powerpoint and watch the video clip below to find out what exactly an insect is.