Letters and Sounds
Practise your sounds using Phonics Bloom Flash Cards Time Trials. Choose which set(s) to practise, there are 4 in each set:
set 7 is j, v, w, x,
set 8 is y z, zz, qu
set 9 is ch, sh, th, ng
set 10 is ai, ee, igh,
set 11 is ur, oo, ar, or
"This is a...." writing activity
Today it is time to write clue 3 of the true/false game. Today's clue is a mug. See if you can sound out mug to your adult - everyone should at least be able to hear the first sound now - listen carefully as your parent says the word mug (stretch out the m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm please if your child is looking at you quizzically!!). Will it be a true or a false today?
Let's start off with the Days of the Week song, join in if you can.
Today is all about plants growing so let's listen to the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.
Story Telling - The Three Frilly Goats Fluff
First we start off singing some nursery rhymes whilst clicking a beat. Then it is time to mime out the story with Adam. Watch him speak it through the first time, mime it the second time and then you have a go at miming it yourself.
Carrying on with our theme of nocturnal animals, have a look on ICTgames.com and look at the fact files of the nocturnal animals. Then choose either a fox, badger or hedgehog to make your own fact file about. You can make these by printing off one of the sheets below and drawing your own pictures to provide facts, or you could draw pictures and label them with one or two words, or you could cut and paste electronically what the animals eat and where they live, or you could just write a few words for each section. You decide. I would really like to see your fact files when they are complete so send a photo over when you have finished.
(The publisher document is the clearest but I've copied them into word also if you can't access publisher - the pictures below the links are just to show you what the sheets look like). You only need to print off one animal page.
Lets learn another song from Jack and the Beanstalk-the Musical