Week Beginning 29th June
There are a number of materials for use this week which can be found below.
Materials from the Hamilton Trust Website which are being utilised in the classroom with children, but are also to be used at home for those that are 100% home schooling.
Phonics planning - this is for use at home.
A supplementary topic activity grid to support the learning from the Hamilton Trust activities - these are for all children as this will not be delivered in school.
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Hamilton Trust activities
For parents that have children going to school in person: These materials will be covered in the classroom by their teacher, but give you an idea of the learning that will be taking place.
For parents with children who are learning from home: Please make use of these materials when home learning with your child.
The Phase 4 phonics planning below gives 5 days worth of short sessions, following the format of phonics lessons at school. If your child requires more practice with Phase 3, there are still lots of resources in the "Daily Phonics" area to use.
The Tricky Words for this week are "do" and "some", they cannot be sounded out using phonic sounds.
Spot them in books you are reading, listen out for them in conversation and try reading them in these sentences:
Do you bring a lunchbox?
Some children can leap, some children can handstand.
Here is a song for the Phase 4 Tricky words that you can watch and learn:
Look out for them when you are reading and practise writing them in lots of different ways (in sand, using paint, in shaving foam, with chalk, water squirted onto paving using a drinks bottle)
Supplementary topic materials
The topic grid below is for use by all pupils, whether attending school in person currently or not. The activities supplement the Hamilton Trust materials above and relate to the current week's theme.
These are more interactive activities, which in normal circumstances would be provided in the wider classroom setting. Please use this grid as little or as much as you feel able, it is considered a supplementary activity to the material above.