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?
z ch qu x ng nk
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.
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: leg, pen, clap, bang, sink.
As a challenge, your child could write a simple sentence: A red doll.
Now let's play 'Buried Treasure.'
Chat on the Mat Time
Yesterday, you learnt about the life cycle of a butterfly - the journey a butterfly will go on, once the eggs have been laid. Today, your activity is to draw the life cycle of a butterfly. Look at the image below, the first part has been done for you.
Challenge: Can you label the different parts of the life cycle? Use your Fred fingers to help you write the words. We have done the first one for you.
If you need some help, the PowerPoint you looked at yesterday is here to help you.
Today, at Maths Time, you are going to solve problems using your addition and subtraction skills. So, today, you need your addition and your subtraction brains switched on. You need to read each problem very carefully, and then decide whether it is an addition problem or a subtraction problem. Then, you solve the problem, by drawing the pictures, just like you have done this week.
When you add, you draw the two different amounts, like this:
Then, you count how many there are altogether. So, the answer would be 9.
When you take away, you draw the first amount, and take away the second amount, like this:
Then, you count how many are left. So, the answer would be 3.
Now, its your turn.
1. There were 10 bunny rabbits in a field. 6 of them hopped away. How many rabbits were left?
2. There were 5 sheep and 3 cows in a field. How many animals are there altogether?
3. Jack baked 8 cookies. Then, he baked 4 more. How many cookies has Jack baked altogether?
4. There were 13 ladybirds in the garden. 7 fly away. How many ladybirds were left in the garden?
Super problem solving boys and girls!
After a busy week, it's time for our weekly surprise time. Click on the video below and watch Alphablocks. Enjoy.