Please use your Home Learning Book to complete your learning tasks! Feel free to use this as a scrapbook/diary to complete the tasks and record what you get up to at home!
Any questions or queries, please email Miss Church – email@example.com
- Use your phonics sound cards to keep practising your sounds daily, as well as your tricky word cards. Daily rehearsal of these is really important!So far children have learnt the following sounds:
s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, ff, l, ll, ss
j, v, w, x, y, z, zz, qu, ch, sh, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo (long sound), oo (short sound), ar, or, ur, ow, oi
For guidance on how to pronounce the sounds correctly, please refer to this Youtube video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TkXcabDUg7Q
- Share a story together. You could make this extra exciting by building a reading den, or reading in different places around your house! Why don’t you try acting out your story? Or retelling the story in your own words?
- Do something active! Do some star jumps, use your Wii or do some exercise in your garden!
- Play a board game or do a jigsaw. Maybe you could make your own board game with a big brother or sister… or make a jigsaw by drawing a picture and cutting it up for someone else to solve!
Phonics Reading PDF – Download here
*Wednesday 1st April*
- PE at 9am with Joe Wicks!
- Phonics – Tricky Word ‘you’. Can you write the word in lots of different colours in your Home Learning Book? Can you put the word into a sentence? Have a go at writing your sentence with a grown-up. Remember to sound out each word, put finger spaces between words and add a full stop at the end!
Play this game to practise your known tricky words. Ensure you click Phase 2, or Phase 3 for an extra challenge! lhttps://new.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/tricky-word-trucks
Log in: march20 Password: home
- Maths – Try this Counting Quiz. lhttps://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/puzzles/school-counting-quiz
- Topic – Write your message inside your Easter card! Sound out what words you can!
- PE at 9am with Joe Wicks!
- Phonics– New digraph sound /oi/. The rhyme for this sound is ‘Oi – Spoil the Boy’. Watch this video (link below) to help you learn the new sound! Your child will be very familiar with Polly’s Phonics as we use it everyday at school! To access it, please use the link and log in details here: https://www.discoveryeducation.co.uk/login/eha/?service=espressoUsername: student23555 Password: melton
Click on ‘Foundation’, then ‘Phonics’, then ‘Polly’s Phonics’Write the digraph in your Home Learning Book in lots of different rainbow colours and have a go at sounding out some words that contain /oi/ using this template below:
oi digraph sheet
- Maths – Write numbers 0-10 on post-its or small pieces of paper and ask someone to hide them around your house for you to find! Each time you find a pair of post-its, add the two numbers together. Use objects to help you with your adding, or use the number line that is in your Home Learning Pack from school. To use the number line accurately, see guidance below:Suppose your addition sum is 2+3. Find something small like a button and place it on the first number in your sum (2 in this case). To add 3, move the button along 3 spaces. The button finishes on 5 so this is your answer!
- Topic – Make an Easter card for your family! Fold a piece of paper or card in half and create your Easter design on the front. Tomorrow we will be doing the writing inside!
Monday 30th March
- PE – Join Joe Wicks at 9am for his live PE lesson, or do some exercise of your choice!
- Big Write – Ask your grown-up to write this at the top of your next clean page in your Home Learning Book: We have been spending lots of time at home this week. What have you been doing?
See if you can write about some of your favourite activities at home. Remember to write in full sentences with finger spaces and full stops and capital letters! Draw a picture and colour it in!
- Spanish – Practise your numbers 1-10 in Spanish by singing the number song you have been learning at school, playing bingo and ‘What’s the Time Mr Wolf’! You could also watch some Peppa Pig in Spanish by following this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USMdC5jJDhI
- Art – If you would like to, use some old cardboard tubes to have a go at making some stamps to make an Easter bunny! You’ll need some paint and paper. Have a look at the picture below.
If you don’t have paint or cardboard tubes, see if you can design an Easter egg pattern by drawing and colouring!
Friday 27th March
- PE at 9am with Joe Wicks!
- Phonics– Have a go at playing ‘Dragons Den’ on the Phonics Play website. You need to help the dragons sort their eggs into read words or pretend words by reading! Ask your grown-up to click on one of the sounds we have been learning this week as a focus for your game (/ur/ or /ow/). These sounds will be under ‘Phase 3’.
- Maths– Use some laundry pegs and a dinosaur outline to do some adding! Ask someone in your family to make an addition sum for you and use the pegs to work it out. Ideally, place the pegs into two groups to represent the two numbers in the sum, and then count all of the pegs to find the total. Have a look at the picture below for further explanation, and use the dinosaur outline if you need some assistance!
- Creative – Make up a game in your garden or go for a walk and see what you can spot. If you have chalks you could draw a hopscotch, or maybe you could play a hiding game?!
Thursday 26th March
- PE at 9am with Joe Wicks!
- Phonics – New digraph sound /ow/. The rhyme for this sound is ‘Ow – Brown Cow’. Watch this video to help you learn the new sound!
Write the digraph in your Home Learning Book in lots of different rainbow colours and have a go at sounding out some words that contain /ow/ using this template below:
ow digraph sheet
- Maths – Have some fun adding with the Numberblocks! Follow the link here:
- Creative – Continue decorating your Home Learning Book! If you have any art and craft bits at home, perhaps you could use these too!
Wednesday 25th March
- PE at 9am with Joe Wicks again!
- Phonics – New Tricky Word: my. Can you write the word in lots of different colours in your Home Learning Book? Can you put the word into a sentence? Have a go at writing your sentence with a grown-up.
- Maths – At school we have been learning about different shapes. Before starting, talk to your grown-up about the shapes you can see on the worksheets below (You could play I spy). Think about the names of the shapes, how many sides they have and whether they are straight or curved to give your clues! Once you’ve had a chat, have a go at the counting and adding task. If you are able to print the sheets – please do and then stick them in your book. If you don’t have a printer at home, don’t worry! Just draw/write your work in your book!
I Spy and Add Checklist I Spy and Add
- Creative – Decorate your Home Learning Book! Draw or paint pictures and stick them on, cut out pictures of things you like, use lettering from magazines/newspapers to creatively put your name on the front, cut out shapes. How would you like your Home Learning Book to look? Be creative! Don’t rush this – you will have time to continue tomorrow!
Tuesday 24th March
- Tune into the second online PE lesson with Joe Wicks, streaming live from https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
- Draw, colour, paint or stick a rainbow picture! Stick it in your window and spread some happiness and hope to anyone passing by! If you did a rainbow picture yesterday, have a go at doing a springtime picture! What signs of spring can you see around outside?
- Phonics – New digraph sound /ur/. The rhyme for this sound is ‘Ur – Nurse with a purse’. Remember a digraph is two letters together that make one sound. Write the digraph in your Home Learning Book in lots of different rainbow colours and have a go at sounding out some words that contain /ur/. Here are some to get you started… burn, curl, nurse, purse, turn, burp, slurp, hurt
- Maths – Cut up some small pieces of paper (make sure you do the cutting and not your grown-up!). Label each piece of paper with numbers 1-10 and stick one number on each stair in your house, starting from the bottom. When you’ve stuck all 10, have you reached the top? If not, how many more do you need? Once you have numbered all your stairs see what games you can make up!
Some ideas to get you started… What is 1 more than 5? (Stand on stair number 5 and go up 1 more). What way would you have to travel on your stairs to find out one less? What about working out addition sums on your stairs? E.g. 2+3 – Start on stair number 2 and climb 3 steps. What number do you end up on? Take it in turns with your grown-up or family to ask each other number questions! See what fun you can have! For an extra challenge, see if you can record any of your number fun in your book!
(If you don’t have stairs in your house, try doing this activity on kitchen tiles, or paving slabs in the garden. You could even just do it along the floor if you really wanted to!)
Stick your number cards in your Home Learning Book once you’ve finished with them, or save them for another day!
Monday 23rd March
- We will be aiming to join fitness expert Joe Wicks at 9am for a PE lesson! These will be held every weekday, streaming live from https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ
- Big Write – Ask your grown-up to write this at the top of your next clean page in your Home Learning Book: We have been talking lots about superheroes and how they help others. What do you do to help others?
Write 1-3 simple sentences that answer this question. E.g. I help Mummy wash up. I can clean the car with Daddy. I change my sister’s nappy.
Parents – Don’t worry if your child doesn’t spell all their words correctly. We would like the children to phonetically spell the words in their books, and accurately use the spellings of the tricky words they have learnt. Your child may spell the above sentences like this: I help Mumee wosh up. I can cleen the car wiv Dadee. I chainj my sisdrs napee. This is ok! Please feel free to email Miss Church with any queries about how best to support your child’s writing at home.
Use your sound cards and your tricky word cards as a resource to help you sound out the words. Don’t forget to use finger spaces, a full stop and a capital letter at the start of each sentence. The lollipop stick in your Home Learning Pack can be used to make finger spaces between words! Draw a picture as well of you doing your helpful things!
If you are able to take a photo of your work and email it to Miss Church, this would be fab!
Friday 20th March
- Phonics – Log into your new ‘Teach Your Monster to Read’ account online (either via website or app) and have a go at the game!
- Maths – Play this pattern game online!
- Talk Homework – We have been talking lots about superheroes and how they help others. What do you do to help others?
- Extra phonics for children who were not at school on Tuesday: Digraph /ar/. The rhyme for this sound is ‘Ar – Start the car’. What words can you think of that contain this sound? Can you draw some pictures of those words and write them in your Home Learning Book? Some to get you started… car, farm, barn, tart
Thursday 19th March
- Phonics – Digraph /or/. The rhyme for this sound is ‘Or – Shut the door’. What words can you think of that contain this sound? Can you draw some pictures of those words and write them in your Home Learning Book? Some to get you started… fork, horn, corn, born, sport, torch
- Maths – Go outside in your garden and find some natural things that you could use to make a pattern. E.g. sticks, stones, petals, leaves. What repeating pattern can you make with the things you have found? Can you make a repeating pattern using 3 or 4 things, rather than just 2?
- Phonics – Tricky Word ‘was’. Can you write the word in lots of different colours in your Home Learning Book? Can you put the word into a sentence? Have a go at writing your sentence with a grown-up. Remember to sound out each word, put finger spaces between words and add a full stop at the end!
- Maths – What patterns can you find around your house? Do you have a stripy duvet cover, or a spotty cushion? Use something at home to make a repeating pattern.
E.g. red Lego brick, yellow Lego brick, red Lego brick, yellow Lego brick