Welcome back to another week of learning together at home. Please find your learning suggestions below.
(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 compound words.
Compound words are when two words fit together to make a new one. Click the links below to watch a short video, play a game and try the quiz.
When you are reading this week, try and see if you can spot any compound words in your books.
There is a worksheet attached below should you wish to use it
You can practise your spelling block on Spelling City:
There are also some spelling games on sumdog.
Write your tricky words using the across and down method like this:
Can you circle all the vowels in your tricky words? Remember they are A E I O and U
Choose one of your favourite stories and share it with an adult. You can read to them, or they can read to you. Now review your story.
- What was it about?
- Who were the main characters?
- What did you like about the book?
- Can you draw a picture of your favourite part?
You can answer these questions in your jotter or use the sheet below to support your learning. Remember to use capital letters, full stops, finger spaces and neat handwriting.
Numeracy and Maths
We are learning to add and subtract. You can find some challenges and activities on Sumdog
First choose the level. They are differentiated to support and challenge individual progression. Then work on developing your addition and subtraction skills.
This game allows you to practise quick recall of addition and subtraction within 10, 20 and 100. You could also have a go at recalling your double facts too!
You can also work on your addition and subtraction skills using these worksheets. You can do some, none or all. Please don’t feel you have to use them, they are optional.
Addition and Subtraction sums:
These calculations range from 50 – 1000! They’re mixed so make sure you look out for the addition and subtraction signs.
Interdisciplinary learning/skills development
Easter Card or Random Act of Kindness Card – Can you make a card for a family member, friend or neighbour and deliver it with an adult on one of your family walks.
I enjoy taking photographs, so I’m going to try some of these photo suggestions. You might like to try some too. Remember always to ask an adults permission.
If you have any questions about the ideas provided, please send these to the school admin email and I will be happy to help you with anything.
Have a lovely day and enjoy the learning we have provided.
Thank you for your continued support in your child’s learning,