(if any pupil did not receive their sumdog login details, please contact me and I can email it to you)
We are learning to identify verbs.
- with an adult, talk about all the actions you have done today – e.g. waking, dressing, eating, reading, brushing, drinking etc. Who can come up with the most unusual or interesting action. Remember action words are VERBS and can have ing added at the end and they are things that you can do.
Your child knows which block of tricky words they are working on – all blocks were handed out in the packs and they are also uploaded to our spelling city webpage.
- Choose 5 of your spelling words
write them in your jotter like this –
- Choose any word you find interesting, it could be a word from a book you have read, a programme you watch, or even the name of your favourite football team or sport. Try to spell it on your whiteboard, then ask an adult to check it for you and help you find out the correct spelling. ( some examples – gymnastics, Quidditch, diamond, minecraft )
Letter and number of the day…
Write these on your whiteboard or in your jotter. Ask an adult to check that you form them correctly and that you are thinking about the size (see the picture). Challenge – try cursive. If it is tricky for you, keep practising until you can do it easily.
Read one of the reading books from your pack. Use the questions from your Reading Rocket Bookmark to discuss what you have read with an adult. Start with the RED (recall) section.
Numeracy and Maths
create your own subtraction sums.
Make a spinner using a paperclip or a safety pin and a pencil
Ask an adult to help you choose some numbers and make a grid on a piece of paper or a whiteboard. Make a second grid with lower numbers. Use your spinner on each grid, write a the subtraction sum and work out the answer.
You can decide how difficult to make the sums by the numbers you put on your grid.
Interdisciplinary learning / skills development
How is the shoelace tying going ?
Some fun Ideas
- If you have lego at home, you might like to look at this…