If your child is confident recognising all of the set 1 sounds, and can read words such as ship, king, bat, and clap, without any support, then click here to learn the set 2 sounds.
Can you say these sounds?
sh r j v y w th
Now, in your busy work books, practice writing the following letters:
Remember to use the rhymes to help you.
If you have a printer at home, you can print out the above worksheets, by clicking on the links at the bottom of this page.
Now, can you Fred talk, read the words, below?.
Parents: Ask your child to write the following words in their busy work books.
Boys and girls, remember to use your 'Fred Fingers' to help you.
Words to write: net, sad, chat, king.
As a challenge, your child could write a simple sentence: sit on it.
Now lets play 'Obb and Bob' .
Visit https://charanga.com/yumu/login and click on the 'Summer 1' section to learn a new song. Your log in details are included in your home learning packs.
If you haven't got your log in details, why don't you sing one of our favourite songs 'Herman the Worm.' The video is below to help you. Don't forget, you can get more songs on the 'songs' section of our home learning page.
Today, at Maths Time, we are going to continue learning about positional language. Like yesterday, let's start today's Maths activity, with a positional language quiz. This time, tell your grown up where the zebra is, in the images below.
Now, let's play 'Animal Hide and Seek' . Look at the picture of a park below, all of the animals are having fun, playing a game of hide and seek. Your challenge is to solve the clues, and find each animal. Good luck.
1. I am hiding in the pond. What am I?
2. I am hiding under the tree. What am I?
3. I am hiding on a see-saw. What am I?
4. I am hiding next to the duck. What am I?
5. I am hiding between the tree and a bench. What am I?
6. I am hiding above the tree, in the sky. What am I?
7. I am hiding in the tree, near some juicy apples. What am I?
8. I am hiding behind a plant, with purple flowers. What am I?
Super Maths work Reception.
If you have Playdough at home, why don't you learn a new action song to practice your positional language. Click on the link below for the song words.
Our story today is called, 'The smartest Giant in Town.' George wished he wasn’t the scruffiest giant in town. So, when he sees a new shop selling giant-sized clothes, he decides it's time for a new look: smart trousers, smart shirt, stripy tie, shiny shoes. Now, he’s the smartest giant in town . . . until he bumps into some animals who desperately need his help. Did you like the Giant better when he was smart or scruffy?
Watch the video below to listen to today's story.
Well done Reception.
We will be back tomorrow with more busy work, remember to stay safe!
Miss Dodgson & Mr Kirkbride