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Monday 27th April resources

Monday 27th April 2020

Remember we recommend one Maths and one Phonics session a day. Your writing work will be included in the weekly topic newsletter. We also recommend that you read once a day, particularly reading together and sharing books with your whole family.

Daily phonics lessons available starting Monday 27th April

From Monday 27th April, Letters and Sounds are releasing daily phonics videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP_FbjYUP_UtldV2K_-niWw/channels?view_as=public

 

11am Learning to Blend

For children in Reception and Year 1 who need extra practise sounding and reading words such as ‘tap’, ‘cap’, ‘map’ and ‘pat’.

 

10am Reception Summer Term

For children who can confidently blend and read words such as ‘fish’, ‘chat’ and ‘rain’.

 

10.30am Year 1 Summer Term

For children who can confidently blend and read words such as ‘stamp’, ‘chair’ and ‘green’.

Daily Phonics

Note to parents: As this is the first week of the DfE approved phonics lessons, we will be uploading our usual phonics activities and recommendations as well as encouraging you to access the daily lesson listed above. Remember we only encourage the children to do one phonics activity per day so please choose whichever activity suits your child best. Thank you!

Hi Year ones! This week we thought we would continue working through our alternative spellings, so following 'ai' last week, this week will be working on 'ee'.

How many different alternative spellings of 'ee' can you think of? Can you choose the right 'ee' to spell these words?

Which 'ee'?

Which 'ee'? 1
Which 'ee'? 2
Which 'ee'? 3
Which 'ee'? 4
Which 'ee'? 5
Which 'ee'? 6

ee ea ey y e ie - Alternative Spellings

Watch Mr Thorne and Youtube sensation Geraldine the Giraffe take you on a learning journey through the world of phonics, grammar and spelling.

Optional extras - Hamilton Trust English Planning

Monday 27th April - Maths

This week the focus for our maths will be an introduction to multiplication.

We introduce multiplication by using practical apparatus. For example you could use fruit, counters, buttons, pairs of socks, pebbles etc.

We use the vocabulary - 'groups of' and 'lots of' before introducing 'times'.

For example 2 lots of 3 = 6

                     2 groups of 3 = 6

Optional Extra Hamilton Trust Maths Lessons
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