Good morning to our Beech families,
It's been lovely to see and read about what you were learning at home yesterday . I'm glad many of you got to play outside and enjoy the sunny day after your busy day learning. Jack shared an interesting fact with me which I didn't know, I thought you may find it interesting too!
I'm also pleased to announce that the following children have achieved 100 Dojo's:
Well done to you all for your excellent effort, you are all working so hard. You will receive a certificate very soon!
Today we have the following lessons:
The Set 2 sound to learn today is 'air' and the Set 3 sound is 'i_e'. I know you do a great job joining in with Rosie to read and spell the words! Please prioritise the following videos:
Complete these videos if you have the time:
Today is your second read of the book you started yesterday. Year 1 children are reading 'Good Old Grandad' and Year 2 children are reading 'Carrion Creatures'.Today is your second read of your book so your reading should be more fluent, it may be a good idea to get a grown up to read the book to you so that you know how your reading should sound before you read it yourself. I really do miss hearing you read. It makes me so happy to hear you read new words and see you making progress with your reading. It would be wonderful if some of you could send me a short video clip of you reading your RWI book today (no more than a few minutes), as it would be great to see how you progressing.
This week I would like you to focus on the 'One Armed Robot' Letters, these letters are; r, m, n, h, b, k, p. If you look at the picture below you can see why they get this name. Remember that all out letters start from the line. Practise these 7 letters and any of the others that you have found tricky over the past few weeks. Remember that you can use the sheet provided or just use lined paper. The important part is that you form the letters correctly. If you are finding some difficult get a grown up to write some for you using a highlighter and then trace over the top, I always think 'k' is a challenging letter!
This is your final lesson on our unit focusing on addition and subtraction to 20! Today you are going to be comparing number sentences using the words 'greater than', 'less than' and 'equal to'. Watch the video and then complete the worksheet. Remember that there are additional challenge cards, if you wish to use them, which can be found on yesterday's page.
Today it is your second lesson learning about making equal groups using grouping. Watch the video and then complete the worksheet.
Mrs Davies and I were so impressed with your singing of our song 'Zootime' last week! It's our third music lesson today learning the song. Have playing the games, singing the song and improvising with the music! Log on to Yumu using the link below.
PSHE and Children's Mental Health Week
In Beech class we like to use our Blob tree to make us think about how we are feeling. Today I would like you to look at the picture once again and tell someone in your house which blob you are today and why.
I hope you enjoy the second part of our story, Mama Panya's Pancakes.