Start by practising all sounds we have learnt so far!
Use the powerpoint to work through the sounds. It is important that children practice the sounds at the beginning of each RWI session.
Today we are going to read some words with – oo, ar, ow. Click on the link for a short video
oo, ar, ow
Even more alien words – remember these are made up words! Ask your grown up to sound out the word, do you know what the alien word is? Can you write it down – then read what you have written.
h-i-b p-oo-t g-ar-p
qu-a-p d-ar-m f-r-o-d
Key words – Practice reading key words from the powerpoint given last half term.
Have a go at writing the following words – we are going to practice these everyday … ‘practice makes perfect’! (Ask your adult to read them out for you –
it at in the me is
Today for English you need to look at the poem – you can ask your grown up to read it – you now need to have a go at writing it in your best writing! This means taking your time to make sure each letter is correctly formed; the tails and sticks on letters are clear and there are spaces between each word. The focus is on practising your handwriting.
(We are conscious that at times the font does not come across the same as I might have set it at school – please encourage your child to form their letters correctly. This will be in line with the RWI rhymes, please use the single sound sheet provided previous for any support needed. Children should not have any block capitals in their work unless it is in the beginning of a sentence or a name.
Please see attached sheet for the poem and a sheet to write on if you require it.
Still thinking about doubling numbers. We are making a link today with doubling and addition. When we double a number, we are adding 2 numbers together – it just so happens that the numbers are the same! See if you can help the dinosaur work out how to double the eggs! You will need to draw the extra eggs and then use your addition skills to check your doubles.
Begin by having a look over the PE sheet. We are going to practice jumping today. Are you good at jumping? How high can you jump? How far can you jump? Do you know any different jumps?
Follow the activities on the sheet – your grown up can join in if they want to!!