Monday 18th May
Miss McCann has an exciting announcement to make....
Stay tuned this Friday at 3pm!!!!!
Daily Timetable- Monday 18th May
9.00 Physical Activity – Pick an exercise video to complete created by peers across the federation – To access these click on class 1 , then home learning , next 2020 challenge and Exercise challenge page.
9.25-9.30- Handwriting - Please click on the link for the support video.
Here is the next letter family for handwriting – Keep up the great writing
9.30 -10.00 Phonics-
Please join in with Ruth Miskin's New speed sound lesson at the allocated time (Link sent via Tapestry).
Set 1 Word Time 9.30 & 9.45 am
Set 2 Speed Sounds and Word Time 10.00 am
Set 3 Speed Sounds and Word Time 10.30 am
If you would like to try something different – here is a good website for consolidating the sounds the children have learnt and practising their blending.
To support your child in becoming a confident expressive reader please see the attached sheet for top tips. You might also like to watch Michael Rosen's video about being expressive when reading.
10.00 - 10.30 – Break/ Playtime
10.30 - 11.00-- Experience learning- 2020-Year of Change –
Please watch Mrs Mitchell and Miss Fermor's video for Challenge 7 via curriculum and click on the 2020 tab.
You might like to watch Mrs Smith’s video to support completing today activity.
11.00 - 12.00 - Inspired Play-Create your own handwashing video
If you would like to complete the suggested activity .To support you with this activity please see the video attached.
13.00 - 13.30 – This week we will be learning about problem solving . We will be identifying whether we should add or subtract to find the answer.
Please see Mrs Ryan's Video for support to complete the Maths challenge.
Extension: After completing your word problems can you have a go at creating an addition vocabulary poster that has all the words that you might need to find when reading a word problem to help you know it is addition..
13.30 – 15.00 Inspired play
15.00 - 15.15 -Story time- With Miss Coleman -Honey biscuits
To view please click on the Federation story tab