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A new Set 2 Sound video by Mr Evans will be released on Monday, Wednesday & Friday.

Monday's video:


-Ask your child to practice writing the sound into their Remote Learning Book. Adults write two examples into their book, they can trace over this to begin with. In class, children will write at least another 4, and we will ask them to circle their best one.

-For those that prefer a worksheet, here is today's sound (there is no expectation for these to be printed daily):


Continue to recap Set 1 Sounds using the Ruth Miskin (Read Write Inc) Phonics lessons released each day online. Each film will be available for 24 hours via the Ruth Miskin YouTube channel:


-Encourage your child to sit for the Word Time and Spelling lessons for Set 1 Sounds.

(Most children should now be confident with Set 1 Sounds)

- Have a piece of paper or their Remote Learning Book to hand, where they will try to write the words seen in the video. They will tick their work during the video.


-Continue to practice reading. New Blending Books, Ditty Books and Grapple Books will be placed on Tapestry each week. Read the story three times to allow for fluency, comprehension and prosody. Record reading in the children's Reading Diaries.   


Hampshire School Games

Complete a new challenge each day:



Use White Rose Home Learning Alive in 5, Week 3 Session 1.

Allow your child to watch the video and join in with the activity.


After completing the challenge. Discuss the following picture with your child.

Are smaller things always lighter? Can you find some examples in your home that are not?


Spellings - Red Words

Today's focus is: he

As we would do in school, show and say the word to your child, then ask them to recall it to you. Encourage your child to use this word within their own sentence i.e. He was short.

As an extra challenge, ask your child to record the word in their Remote Learning Book, they could even complete a simple sentence written for them i.e. __ was sad.  



Miss Downs reads Mademoiselle Gorilla - see Tapestry post


Other Work

Where is Elmer? Let's find out about the next country Elmer visited on his travels!


Can you make yourself an African Drum (from Activity Village)?



You will need:

A terracotta plant pot
Acrylic paints in red, green and black
Sheet of paper
Elastic band



Paint your terracotta pot in the Kwanzaa colours and leave to dry.

Cut a large circle of paper and fasten it over your pot with the elastic band, pulling it tight. Play away.


Alternatively, could you use some Junk Modelling to make your own instrument? A shaker or rainmaker? Be a Creative Chameleon!