Good morning everybody! I hope you are all ready for our home learning.
To continue with our topic we are going to have a look at a fantastic video about what happens in a British winter. I would like you to watch the video and talk to your grown up about what you see. Have a go at writing a list of the different things you see in the video. If you struggle to write the words, ask your grown up to write the word in a yellow felt pen or highlighter, like we do at school to help you practise writing the letters correctly. I look forward to hearing what you spot on the video.
Today I would like to introduce the 'sh' digraph. How many words can you think of that begin with 'sh'? Can you think of any words that have 'sh' at the end? Practise writing the 'sh' sound on paper or a whiteboard.
Please have a look at the picture below that shows the action to go with the 'sh' sound and the song.
In our maths lessons we like to warm our brains up first. We can do this by counting forwards to 10/20, counting backwards from 10/20, what is one more, one less. It would be a fun activity if the children could make their own numbers cards and put them in the correct order. You can use any paper/cardboard that you can recycle and re-use at home.
Have a go at the caterpillar ordering game attached. When you open the link, select sequencing and then you can choose the number range that suits your child's ability.
I hope you enjoy the underwater party yoga.
Well done for all your hard work today. You have been fantastic! It is time to listen to a story now. Enjoy!
Ice Creation Activity
I thought some of you might like to make a great ice creation. When you are out for a walk or when you are playing in your garden, see if you can collect some leaves, berries, twigs or other exciting things.
Pop them in a bowl and add some water, then leave it outside overnight and see what happens. Put a piece of string in the bowl and leave hanging over the edge so when it is frozen you will be able to hang it in the garden and see what happens. I look forward to seeing your creations.
Below is a picture to show an example.
Miss Edwards and I hope you have a lovely weekend.
Take care, stay safe and keep smiling.
See you on Monday
Mrs Spooner x