Monday 6th December
Wednesday 1st December
Use your knowledge of sounds to write your list for Father Christmas. Use your sound cards to help with letter formation. What sounds can you hear at the beginning of each word? Can you hear any other sounds that you know in the middle or at the end?
Tuesday 30th November
Monday 29th November
Friday 26th November
Thursday 25th November
Revisit the Jack and the Beanstalk story. Can you see the 'oo' sound in some of the words.
Use the PowerPoint to have a go at reading some simple captions and sentences.
Can you practice writing the letters 's'. 'a' and 't'.
You can use pencils, crayons and chalk or even practice writing the letters using your finger in a tray of rice, sand or shaving foam.
You could use the sheets attached below.
Rainbow Writing - choose three different coloured pencils to write in the large letter shapes to create a rainbow effect.
Wednesday 24th November
Have a go at reading the 'oo' words on the flashcards. Can you write some of them?
Jack and the Beanstalk
Share the story PowerPoint together. Can you complete the story map and retell the story in your own words?
You can choose some of the other Jack and the Beanstalk activities including colouring and cutting skills.
Tuesday 23rd November
Share the 'Jack Went Up' pdf together. The text at the bottom of the page is for the adult to read to give context to the story.
Read the 'oo' flashcards together. Play 'Find the Word' by hiding the flashcards around the room for the children to find. You could ude the flashcards that had been made during Monday's session.
If you are at home, enjoy some time in the garden or put on your dancing shoes and join in with the 'Boogie Beebies' episode below.
Understanding the World/Theme - 1.15pm
Can you remember what a landmark is? Revisit Monday's learning about Landmarks.
Today we are going to be learning about a very old landmark in the country we live in, England. It is called Stonehenge. What do you already know about Stonehenge?
Use available resources to create your own representation of Stonehenge. You could use construction toys, dominoes, mouldable sand or even Weetabix! Take a photograph of your creation.
Monday 22nd November
Communication and Language
Draw and talk about your weekend experiences.
Can you make some flashcards with the words - moon, room, food, zoom, mood, spoon, boom, cool?
You can colour code them too!
Light and Dark, Week 1, Session 1 Video clip:
Understanding the World
Understanding the World/Geography
This week we are going to be learning about landmarks and in particular historical landmarks such as Stonehenge.
What is a landmark? Share the 'Go Jetters' slides attached below.
Are there any landmarks in Billingborough or the place that you live?
Can you draw and label them?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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