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27.01.21

Phonics

Yellow group-Practice writing the sound ’c’, check you have written it the right way round.  Think of 3 words with the ‘c’ sound in e.g. cat, cot. Write these words using your Fred-fingers to help you sound each out- c-o-t - cot. Read the words below-look out for any alien words! Use the link below to practise saying all set 1 sounds.

 cot crab cap cem cub cif

Green group, practice writing the sound ’qu’.  Think of 3 words with the qu sound in e.g. quit, queen. Write these words using your Fred-fingers to help you sound each out, qu-i-t- quit. Read the words below-look out for any alien words! Use the link below to practise saying all set 1 & 2 sounds.

 quit quilt quick queg queen qhaz

Maths

Today we are finding the missing number as you count, using numbers to 10 and then to 20. Open the PDFs below, draw your grids if you cannot print them. Look along each row and work out which number is missing. Be careful, as the numbers may not start from 1. The examples below show that number 3 is missing from the first table and number 16 is missing from the second.

 1 2 4 5

 13 14 15 17

I have also provided a number line for you to look at to help work out your answers. SEND IN

PSED

At the end of the story of The Giant Turnip, the man shares the turnip with his friends. Think of a way you could share something with your family. If your grown up allows, you might be able to bake some cakes or biscuits. Another idea is to make some sandwiches or some toast. If you are unable to do any of these activities, you could share your favourite book or toy with them.

Below is a simple biscuit recipe (you can leave out the vanilla extract, they will still taste yummy!) There is also a step-by-step guide to making a sandwich-you could use whatever filling you have. You could try drawing a face onto a slice of bread by dipping your finger in milk. When you have drawn your face, ask your grown up to toast the bread. The bread will turn brown, but your drawing will stay white. SEND IN

Literacy

Continuing with the story of The Giant Turnip, follow the link below to learn how to dance the story. You will be shown different actions for each part of the story, but you might be able to think of your own dance moves.

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