Below are our phonics and tricky words songs to help jog our memories.
We are now moving onto Phase 4 phonics which focuses on teaching the children to blend and segment longer words. Below are some activity sheets for your child to practice with and give you some ideas of the type of activities you could try at home!
Remember reading every day at home will also help to improve your child's phonics understanding!
This week we are starting the story of Cinderella.
Can you write an invitation to someone to come to the ball? Make sure you describe the ball using adjectives and connectives to join your ideas together.
Remember your finger spaces, full stop, capital letters and robot arms!
For the next two week are focusing on the traditional tale of Cinderella .
Below you will find a list of some fun activities you could try at home linking to this:
- Write your own invitation to the ball. Make sure you use adjectives to describe the ball and connectives to join the ideas together.
- Make your own magical wand.
- At the end of the story Cinderella moves to live in a castle. See what different shapes you can find around your house to build a castle.
We will be continuing to focus on odd and even numbers as well as looking at our formation of teen numbers.
We have attached the number block episode that links to odd and even and some of our number songs.
Below you will also find some worksheets to help consolidate the children's Maths learning this week.
Preparation for Year 1:
Each week we will now be uploading a fun little activity which will help towards the transition into Year 1.
This week it is a worksheet which focuses on some of the key things about the children for them to share with their new teachers. For example my friends are ... (see sheet below). If you don't have a printer you could record this information in any format!