Green Group Maths Week one
Use your whiteboard and cubes to make sets up to 5.
Can you practice writing numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 on your whiteboard?
Maths Purple Group
Adding on 1
Place number cards 1-10 face down on the table. Turn over a card, can your child add 1 more to that number. They can use the cubes to help them.
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!
We have created books for your children to read. We will upload 2 books each week (please click on the PowerPoint links below). These books have been 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.
Our story this week is Stick Man by Julia Donaldson. Click on the link below, or read the book if you have a copy at home.
Once you have read the story talk about the different characters, the main events and some of the settings. How many seasons of the year could you see in the book?
This week please revise the six sounds listed above – use your jolly phonics sound card in your child’s homework bag to practice saying the sound and doing the action – the Jolly Phonics song on YouTube is good for this too.
Try writing the sounds on pieces of paper and muddling them up – can they point to the sound you say? Repeat this activity.
Try the first part of this game:
Use your jolly phonics sound card in your child’s homework bag to practice saying the sound and doing the action – the Jolly Phonics song on YouTube is good for this too.
Try thinking of as many words starting with J as you can – can you and your child try drawing some of these on your whiteboard? Try writing the j sound on your whiteboard.
Use the link below to help revise other sounds already covered:
CVC blending – This helps the children practice segmenting and blending their sounds. For this exercise you will need the following letters written on squares of paper – p i g c a t