Day 30 (Tues 23/2) – Lockdown blog
Monday 22nd February | No comments yet
Today we are introducing the ‘ai’ phoneme/grapheme. We will be focusing on reading words that contain ‘ai’. We will be using the sheet for day 30.
Today we will be comparing height. Please have your maths day 30 sheet ready for the live session. You will also need some small objects to measure with eg pasta, buttons or paper clips. Can you measure the height of other objects in your house?
Please read daily by logging onto http://www.getepic.com/student. Simply enter your teacher code and select your name.
You could play a game on phonics play! Log in for free with the username: jan21. Password: home https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ . You should also receive a reading book inside your pack.
Expressive Arts and Design
We have enjoyed reading Elmer. Can you find out some facts about elephants? You could create your own poster or draw and label an elephant. Can you create some elephant art work?
Today we are continuing to learn about the number 1. Can you have a toy picnic. Give each toy 1 plate, 1 cup, 1 spoon maybe even 1 bun! Can you draw a picture of your picnic and upload it onto EExAT?
Now have a listen to this song about a teddy bear’s picnic. Can you join in with the singing?
And here it is in the form of a story…
You may have heard this story before but it is one of my favourites!
Practise using scissors—Find some pictures to cut out of magazines and catalogues. Remember to hold them with your thumb through one space and two fingers through the other.
Children begin to recognise their names and logos before they begin to recognise individual letters. Support your child to look in newspapers, magazines and catalogues for any advertising logos they recognise. They could practise their cutting skills by making a collage with some of the logos they recognise. When you are out and about ask them if they can tell you which logos they know, most children will recognise ‘Asda’!
In the latest learning pack you will find a pair of listening ears. Support your child to cut them out and attach them to a band. Can they go around the house listening for different sounds?