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Literacy: Cats (Julia Donaldson)
Rhyming is a really important skill for children to learn whilst they are in F2, but such a lot of them can find it really tricky until it clicks! I have had a go at making a rhyming game on a website called WordWall. It is based on the game of Whack-A-Mole and the link is below. I'd love your feedback on how you found it!
After you have had a go at the game I'd like you to choose one of the following words and try to think of some more words that rhyme with it. If you can, sound out the words and write them in your Home Learning book, or you could draw a picture of the objects that rhyme.
Words to choose from:
dog bat tap fish mop
Phonics: Sound Blending 16 and recap of 'th'
Today's Sound Blending at Home video will be lesson 16 and then afterwards there is the recap video for 'th'. After you have watched the videos there is a recap sheet for the special friends sounds we have looked at previously - ch, sh, th and ng. I would like you to find all of the 'sh' and the 'th' objects on the sheet today.
Maths: One more, One less
Today there are a few resources you will need for our maths lesson. I have attached them below or you can make your own so there aren't so many to print out. We are going to continue looking at one more and one less using numbers to 10. Today our lesson will be on The Oak Academy. The link you need is below. Afterwards, have a go at the one more/ one less robot sheet.
Creative / Topic / Physical: Technology Tuesday
Music Mondays (all about singing, music and instruments)
Technology Tuesdays (activities on apps, Busy Things, activities using a PC or tablet)
Wellbeing Wednesdays (yoga, mindfulness, PE and relaxation)
Thinking Thursdays (Science, investigations, exploring the world and nature)
Fancy Fridays (art, making, baking and creating)
One of the most fun things I have found to do during lockdown is visit amazing places around the world via virtual visits or webcams. As we have looked at animals in our music lessons and looked at cats in our Literacy lessons today I would like you to explore some of the animal cams that have been set up around the world. Below are some ones to get you started, simply click on them and view the animals that you would like to watch (the panda's are my favourite!) You might choose to look at cameras of places you have visited such as The Yorkshire Wildlife Park or White Post Farm or you could watch animals on the other side of the world!