Good morning Carle class. Hope you are all well and enjoying the lovely sunshine. Remember to keep washing your hands! Have you taught your parents the hand washing song yet?
Wednesday is our P.E. day so let’s get up and moving!!
Remember Joe Wicks P.E. sessions are streamed live on YouTube daily. You could also try some of the Zumba dances or Yoga activities on the website Go Noodle.
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Remember to practise your sounds daily. RWI will be holding daily virtual lessons for children to practise their sounds:
Set 1 sounds at 9:30am or 12:30pm
Set 2 sounds at 10:00am or 1:00pm
Easter is nearly upon us and I’m sure lots of you are hoping the Easter bunny might visit. For your Literacy session today we want you find out some information about rabbits and make an information page. You could use the internet or read a book to find out information. Maybe your mum or dad might know some facts.
You can set out your fact file in any way. Draw a picture of your chosen rabbit. What do rabbits look like? Can you label the different parts (tail, nose etc.)? Do you know where rabbits live? What do they like to eat? How do they move?
Can you write some simple labels, captions and sentences to show the information you have found i.e. the rabbit has long ears or the rabbit is grey. (Remember we want your child to use their sounds to spell so not all words will be spelt right!)
Don’t forget the checklist we use in class when writing. Have you used your Fred fingers to spell words? Have you got finger spaces between your words? Are your letters well formed? If you notice a letter is the wrong way you could practice that to!
Warm up those maths brains by counting or singing to 20. You could use this to help https://youtu.be/0VLxWIHRD4E Maybe you could try 20 bunny hops!
We want you to practise your adding skills by completing the rabbit addition sheets below. You can tell your parents the answer or you can draw your sums and answers. Try to write the number sentences to match the pictures.
We like to finish every day with a story. Try the story of the gingerbread man on this site http://www.magickeys.com/books/