It was lovely to talk to many of you on the phone today, but don't worry if you didn't I will be phoning again tomorrow and Friday. Hope you enjoyed writing your letters to Paddington Bear today and I loved reading some of them.
Here is your home learning for tomorrow. Remember you do not have to do it in this order but try to complete all activities.
Please watch and follow the online phonics lesson. Remember, it will be live from 1030am.
You will need your workbook and a pencil to complete this. I hope you enjoy it.
Remember to have a go at joining your letters in your words. Start on the line, whoosh in to your starting flick and only take your pencil off to cross 't' or dot 'i'.
I would like you to practise the words: make, game, made, same, snake, take
A line of each word would be good. Remember keep your writing on the line.
If joining is too tricky, then please continue with pre-cursive writing where each letter is formed individually in the word. You know what is the right level of challenge for your child.
- I would like you all to complete Week 2 Lesson 3 (Find a quarter 2) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/
- Complete your 'x a day' on Doodle Maths
- You have an added extra to complete on Doodle Maths tomorrow
- Year 2, if you want, can challenge themselves with Week 2 Lesson 3 (Four operations with length) https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/
Today we are going to learn about a special Jewish festival called Rosh Hoshanah.
Answer questions - Why do Jews eat apple and honey?
What animal does the Shofar horn come from?
Can you think of a time that you have had to be forgiven?
As a follow up activity I have set for you to make a card for Rosh Hashanah on Purple Mash (it will be a 'to-do' for you so that I can see them once you have finished). Think about who you would make your card for? What would it say inside? What are you going to put on the front of the card and why? Daily reminders:
- have a good timetable for the day and remember to have regular breaks, drink water and have fruit snacks to keep you going.
- read a book either one you have or an ebook online.
- practise reading your sounds, tricky words and common exception words.
- complete your daily diary Have a lovely day and I look forward to talking to the rest of you soon.