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11th October 2019

Reading 

Please try and read with your child on a daily basis and record it in the reading diary. Remember that all children who read for five out of seven days will be entered into the weekly draw to win a reading book to keep.

Spelling

This week the spellings are practicing our phonic sounds ay (may I play?) and a-e (make a cake). Please support your child with looking at the words, saying them aloud, covering and writing them ready for a spelling check on Wednesday.

Maths

What do I need to do?

This week in maths the children have been introduced to the part-whole model which helps them understand that a number can be partitioned into two or more parts. This will help them with number bonds and addition.Your child should be able to confident complete the part-whole models.

Phonics

During this week we have been looking at igh (fly high) and i-e(nice smile). We have talked about split digraphs and practiced reading and writing words using these sounds. Please listen to your child sound out and blend these words and draw attention to where in the word they would find the sound.

4th October 2019

Reading 

Please try and read with your child on a daily basis and record it in the reading diary. Remember that all children who read for five out of seven days will be entered into the weekly draw to win a reading book to keep.

Spelling

This week the spellings are using our set 3 phonic sounds oy (toy for a boy) and oi (spoil the boy). Please help your child to practice the spellings ready for the weekly check on Wednesday.

Maths

What do I need to do?

This week in we have been looking at the inequality symbols and using them to compare numbers. The children have been practicing writing them and reading the number sentence. Please complete the sheet in your child's homework book and encourage your child to read the number sentence.

Phonics

During this week we have been looking at ai (snail in the rain) and a-e (make a cake). We have talked about split digraphs and practiced reading and writing words using these sounds. Please listen to your child sound out and blend these words.

 

 

27th September 2019

Reading 

Please try and read with your child on a daily basis and record it in the reading diary. Remember that all children who read for five out of seven days will be entered into the weekly draw to win a reading book to keep.

Spelling

This week the spellings are words that end in a double consonant. Please try and encourage your child to read the word aloud, write the word and then check the word. 

Maths

What do I need to do?

This week we have been thinking about one more and one less and looking at what happens to the numbers. Please complete the sheet in your child's homework book and encourage your child to use the number line to help them.

Why?

This will help your child become begin to understand how using number lines can help us in maths and prepare us to begin thinking about addition.

Phonics

During this week we have been looking at oy (toy for a boy) and oi (spoil the boy). We have talked about how they both make the same sound and read lots of words. WE have also started practicing our Alien words ! Please read through the words with your child.

 

20th September 2019

Reading

Please try and read with your child every day and ensure that reading diaries are signed. Diaries are checked on a daily basis.

Spellings

Please continue to practice your Year 1 common exception words that have been sent home in the homework books.

Maths

What do I need to do?

To help consolidate this weeks place value learning, please complete the sheet in your child's homework book. Practice counting forwards and backwards with your child from different starting points.

Why?

This will help your child become more confident and familiar with place value.

Phonics

This week have looked at a new sound 'ea - cup of tea'. Please practice these with your child to help them become more fluent.

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