Good morning to you all,
I hope you had a good day yesterday and you are getting back into the swing of things, learning from home! Thank you so much for the regular updates via email and the class blog.
Today you have some reading, maths and music work to complete. I hope you have a great day .
Phonics and reading
10am – watch live Set 2 Speed Sounds lesson and Set 2 Spellings .
10.30am - watch live Set 3 Speed Sounds lesson and Set 3 Spellings .
Use the link to access the live Speed Sound lessons https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ/featured
If these times don’t work for your family then the videos are available for 24 hours so they can be watched at a different time of the day.
Read ‘The Troll in the Pond’ OR ‘The Pet in the Attic’ a second time (www.oxfordowl.co.uk). After reading I would like you to complete the questions at the back of the book. Feel free to do this as a discussion or if you prefer write the answers in your home learning book.
Today's maths lesson is focusing on counting in tens. To start with count in 10's to 100. Then use the Powerpoint presentation to help you learn how to count in 10's.
Here are a range of activities to help you become confident counting in tens:
We thought you may like to learn some new lively fun songs. Out of the Ark (website) have made available some free songs, a different song for each day. These songs are great to learn as a family and each day has a different theme:
Monday - Move it Monday
Tuesday -Together on Tuesday
Wednesday - Wellbeing Wednesday
Thursday - Thinking Thursday
Friday - Fun Friday
Saturday - Family Saturday
Sunday - Faith-filled Sunday
Today it would be good if you could learn Tuesday's song from Week 1. The song is called 'Together'. You will find the link to the website below along with an activity page which can be completed linked to the song. Feel free to dip into these songs as often as you like. They are a super resource to have.
If you want another activity to keep you busy then you could always make your own musical instrument to play whilst you sing. There is a resource below which can give you some ideas of instruments to make using resources you may have at home.