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W.C. 22.02.21

Reading at Home

Here are our weekly reading books. Please read the book that is closest to your child's reading level. We have also got a phonics comic for the children to read to consolidate their blending to read skills. 

Some parents will also have been contacted with individual logins for Phonics Bugs. This on-line reading resource will enable you to access e-books that  closely match your child's reading level so that the skill of blending to read can be further practised and applied. If you are unsure about which books your child should read please get in touch with your class teacher. 

 

 

Monday

Watch our Maths and English videos on Teams to support you with your learning.

This afternoon we will be completing our Science Learning. We are learning about a woodland habitat. Watch the video and complete the quiz and then complete the activity in your booklet.

Tuesday

Watch our Maths and English videos on Teams to support you with your learning. You will also need to go to read the Parable of The Lost Sheep using the document above or from our story in the live lesson and then complete the activity in your Home Learning Booklet.
Wednesday

Watch our Maths and English videos on Teams to support you with your learning.

This afternoon we will be thinking about why Plop is affraid of the dark. Watch the video of the story and then complete the activity in your learning pack.  

The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark

Recommended by Mrs Nester!Words by Jill TomlinsonIllustrated by Paul HowardPublished by Egmont

Thursday
Watch our Maths and English videos on Teams to support you with your learning. Look at the maps and decide if that place is a town/city or countryside. Look carefully towns/cities have lots of roads and buildings while in countryside there are lots of fields and trees. 

Friday

Watch our Maths and English videos on Teams to support you with your learning. For today's art learning we would like you to look carefully at the images in our text of the trees. Have a go at drawing the trees using pastels, charcoal and chalk on either black or white paper. There are some resources in the office for you to collect. 
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