Please use this link to access the phonics lessons for your child. There are several parts for each year group, all of which we would like the children to complete. These are best done daily, but we understand if you do these at a time in that day that is appropriate for you and your child.
Reception: Set 1 lessons: Speed Sounds, Word Time Reading Lesson, Spelling Lesson and Red Words 1.
Year One: Set 3 lessons: Speed Sounds, Set 3 Spelling, Reading Longer Words, Red Words 2 and Read and Hold a Sentence 1.
Year Two: Complete the worksheet, by clicking here and complete ONE per day.
Year 1 and 2: Your Maths lessons can be found in your text book and practice book. Both are allocated to you on Active learn.
Year One: Textbook 1B Unit 9 Lesson Eleven, Practice Book 1B Unit 9 Lesson Eleven, Pages 82-84
Year Two: Textbook 2B Unit 7 Lesson Five, Practice Book 2B Unit 7 Lesson Five Pages 48-50
Learning Objective: Rewriting the setback in the story Jack and the Beanstalk
In today's lesson we are going to be looking at the setbacks in Jack and the Beanstalk. This is where something in the story happens, for example Jack stealing from the Giant.
I might write something along the lines of:
The next day, Miss Mawby climbed up the beanstalk again.
“You look hungry! Do you want me to cook you something?” said Mrs Phipps.
“I will cook you a pie.”
“Fee Fi Fo Fum, I smell the blood of an English man!”
“It’s the giant! Quick hide!” cried Mrs Phipps.
The giant had a lizard. He laid golden eggs.
The giant wizard fell asleep.
Miss Mawby tiptoed out of the chambers, grabbed the lizard and ran home.
In this part of your story you need to identify the second thing to be stolen and who was involved.
Year One - To write the setback in your story using adjectives.
Year Two - To write the setback in your story and to include a question.
E.g. "Do you want me to cook you something?" said Mrs Phipps
This week we will be decorating the papier mache pinatas that we made last week.
Story: Scientists say that ten rules for tree planting must be top priority for all nations this decade.
Question: How important is it to plant more trees?
Virtual Assembly: Watch this virtual assembly, found on the Picture News website and discuss it with them.You can add your comments to their website.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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