Morning Carle Class. Hope you’re having a good week. We are enjoying this topic at school so hope you are as well! Just a reminder that even though we are back in school we are still answering our emails and would love to know how you are getting on if you are choosing to learn at home. Remember to give us a ring first if you are thinking about sending your child back to school.
Remember to practise your sounds daily. RWI will be holding daily virtual lessons for children to practise their sounds.
From 1st June all lessons will be available daily at 9.30 am.
Se1 1, 2 and 3 speed sound lessons will restart.
Set 2 speed sound lessons will include new words for reading and spelling.
Its rhyme time!! We learnt about rhyming words in the spring – what is special about rhyming words. That’s right … rhyming words must sound the same! Today we have attached a under the sea rhyming challenge. How many can you make?
Lets start off our maths with finding one more and one less of a number on their number lines.
Today the children are going to work through the ladybird worksheet attached (page 2 of the booklet). The children must count the spots on the ladybird and see if the spots are odd or even. If they are even they colour them in yellow and if they are odd they colour them in red. If your child needs support then please model how to work out odd or even.
Lets finish off our maths with ordering and reading all numbers to 20 but this time mixed up. For example, 4,9,14. Can the children read the three numbers and can they put the numbers in order?
At the start of the story Stanley gets mistaken for a jellyfish. Can you make a jellyfish using craft materials? We are making them at school using paper bowl jellyfish with paper bowls, paint and tissue paper for the tentacles.
Listen to and enjoy 'Save the Ocean'