Revision of numbers up to 10
It is important that your child is secure with each number. Can your child do the following for each number up to 10:
- Read the number
- Count objects to that number
- Make a set for the number (using cubes)
- Write the number
Being secure with number to 10 will benefit your child going into P2.
Watch the video below for our ‘say it, make it, write it’ game.
Ordering numbers 1-10
Use your number cards found in new home learning pack.
Can you order the numbers to 10. Count from 1 to 10 pointing to each number.
Counting back from 10
This is link to bitesize maths. An enjoyable video to get thinking about numbers again after the Easter break.
This week in Literacy we are reading the Three Billy Goats Gruff story.
One of our tasks is to build a bridge for the goats to cross. If you are using recycling materials this is a good time to revise the name of 3D shapes- see the picture below.
Our Story this week is The Three Billy Goats Gruff. Watch this on the link below:
With your child watch the videos below:
Sequencing the story
Build a bridge with your child, pick toys to play the characters of the troll and the three goats. Sequence the story by acting out the events in the story.
Here is how Mrs Martin's turned out...
If you get stuck with the sequencing use this song to help you:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4W5w-LRi7Hs
zip- what sounds make this word? Watch the video below to find out.
zag- what sounds make this word? Watch the video below to find out.
Watch this video to see how we count for the syllables in words.
Ask your child to practice writing their own name on their whiteboards. At the top of their whiteboard write the sentence ‘Come with me.’ Ask your child to copy this underneath focusing on pencil/whiteboard pen hold and letter formation.
- It is very important that children read every day. Your child has been allocated books suited to their reading level on Active Learn’s Bug Club. Please login and read these books!
- Please read these new HFW books below, designed to help your child revise high frequency words (HFWs) learnt in class. Please re-read these books throughout the week to familiarise your child with common words.
Click on the link below to access the 'HFW book bank' which has all the books from previous weeks to access and re-read.