Sunday, February 28, 2021

Monday 1st March

Hello Eagle class

We are finally here and it’s our last week of home learning. Only 7 sleeps left until we are all back together in school. We can’t wait and are so excited to be having you all back.

It feels like Spring is on its way.  I hope you are enjoying the warm weather and a little bit of sunshine as much as Toffee and Fudge are.

Phonics

ar - start the car

  • Say the sound and learn the rhyme.
  • Practise reading the words using “Fred talk”
  • Can you read any of the words using “Fred in your head”
  • Ask your grown-up to read the words for you to write independently.
  • Now pick three words and write a sentence for each word. 
  • Remember to use a finger space after each word.

Reading

Mrs Bramley’s phonics group - Ditty book 10 - In the mud


Remember to look at this video every day to practise your speedy green words.

Don’t forget to ask your Grown-up to ask you today’s questions.

Mrs Smith’s big phonics group - New ditty 7 - pup in the mud


Mrs Smith’s small phonics group

Talk4Writing

Today in Talk4Writing I would like you to make your own story map. Ask you grown up to draw a backwards s on a piece of paper for you. 


I would like you to write a plan for two sections:
  • What you need
  • What you do
Once you have drawn your pictures I would like you to use your "Fred fingers" to sound out some words to add to the map.

Can you label the Magical spade, the brown sheet, the leaves and sticks, and the piece of meat?

Can you add the time connectives for first, next, after that and finally?

Here is our class plan to give you some ideas


Maths - Number 18


Here are today’s Number 18 Home Learning Challenges

Afternoon activities

Today we are going to have a look at the new season that is on its way. Soon it is going to be Spring.

Have a look at this PowerPoint that shows us the signs of Spring.

Story time

Have a look at this First of Spring animation


Don’t forget to add your story map to Tapestry





Thursday, February 25, 2021

Friday 26th February

Good morning Eagle class

This afternoon is our second Zoom session of the week. We are going to work together on our Talk4Writing text - How to trap a Wolf.

Phonics

oo - poo at the zoo

oo - look at a book

  • Say the sounds and learn the rhymes.
  • Practise reading the words using “Fred talk”
  • Can you read any of the words using “Fred in your head”
  • Ask your grown-up to read the words for you to write independently.
  • Now pick three words and write a sentence for each word. 
  • Remember to use a finger space after each word.

Reading

Mrs Bramley’s phonics group - Red Ditty Book 9 - Cluck


Remember to look at this video every day to practise your speedy green words

Don’t forget to ask your Grown-up to ask you today’s questions.

Mrs Smith’s big phonics group - New Ditty 6 - naps

Mrs Smith’s small phonics group

Talk4Writing 

Here is our story map for ‘How to trap a Wolf’  for this afternoons Zoom lesson. Be having a think about what actions we could use to help us remember the text.


I hope you enjoyed learning about 17 yesterday. We certainly did at school.


Maths - Number 18 - A super speedy, super rectangle


Today’s episode revisits Arrays. This is an introduction to times tables. It’s where we break a larger number down into smaller equal groups (or sets) of numbers. In the episode Number 18 splits into different arrays.

18 is 6 lots of 3
18 is 9 lots of 2
18 is 18 lots of 1

How many different Arrays can you make out of 18?

Afternoon activities

Talk4Writing Zoom lesson - How to trap a Wolf - 1.30 today.

You will need:
  • Your big brain with lots of good ideas for actions
  • Your story map 
  • A big voice
  • Lots of enthusiasm 

Story time


Have a wonderful weekend.
Only 10 sleeps until we are back together again 😍

Wednesday, February 24, 2021

Thursday 25th February

Good morning Eagle class

It was so good seeing you all yesterday on our Zoom call. I hope you enjoyed our phonics fun.

Phonics

ow - blow the snow
  • Say the sound and learn the rhyme.
  • Practise reading the words using “Fred talk”
  • Can you read any of the words using “Fred in your head”
  • Ask your grown-up to read the words for you to write independently.
  • Now pick three words and write a sentence for each word. 
  • Remember to use a finger space after each word.
English

Make sure you are still working on learning the How to trap a Wolf text. In tomorrow’s Zoom call we will be working on reciting it together as a class and deciding on the actions we will use in it. Please feel free to bring your brilliant action idea’s with you.

Here is today’s activity - I can’t wait to hear your answers to today’s questions.

Maths - Number 17


                          Click here to watch the episode on BBC iPlayer

Here are today’s Number 17 Home Learning Challenges

Afternoon activities

This afternoon we are going to continue looking at contrasting localities. We are now moving away from Antarctica to the Continent of Africa.

Now have a look at this PowerPoint to see if you can answer some questions about Africa.

Dance - Zumba - I like to move it, move it

Don’t forget to share your learning on tapestry.

Celebrate the Very Hungry Caterpillar Day - Monday 3rd May at 10am

 Here is the link to the YouTube page