Play Caterpillar Ordering Can you order numbers 1 to 10 onto caterpillars body? What about sequencing them? You may be confident to try 1 to 20, or even sequencing from 10 to 1. https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/caterpillar-ordering
As we would in school, we shall now begin to recap the Set 2 Sounds, gaining more confidence with spotting, sounding, blending and writing with them. Each week, we will spend time looking at one of our sounds again.
Continue to recognise and sound (ee). Can you blend the sound? Can you read the Alien words? https://www.loom.com/share/07baba555d0f408d96219b7abcb8f59a
Blending Book & Ditty Sheet Groups (Directed via Tapestry)
-Read Blending Book or Ditty Sheet.
-If needed, encourage your child to sit for the Word Time lessons for Set 1 Sounds.
Continue to practice reading using the Grapple books. These 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.
Red Ditty Book Group (Directed via Tapestry)
-Read Ditty (2nd Read).
-Complete the RWI 'Hold a Sentence' activity. There is a video tutorial for the children available on the Tapestry post for today's Ditty.
-Write activities into Remote Learning books or for those that prefer a worksheet, here is today's activity (there is no expectation for these to be printed):
Continue to practice reading using the Book Bag and Grapple books. These 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:
White Rose Home Learning; Building 9 & 10 Week 3 Session 2. Matching 3D Shapes.
Allow your child to watch the video and join in with the activity.
Mr Evans' Challenge
Spellings - Red Words
We have now reached the end of our Red Words.
This week, use the PowerPoint, to continue to recognise the Set 1 Red Words we learned in January. Use the PowerPoint everyday and see if you can get quicker at recognising these words by sight. You may even like to make your own set of Red Word cards!