Welcome to Friday’s remote learning. Please send in Maths and English today.
I will be sending out an English lesson explanation via email today.
LO: To add and subtract using a number line
Today we will be using a number line to add and subtract numbers to 20.
Please follow the slides and complete the Go Bananas sheet. I have included extra number lines in the resources section.
Why not have a go at some caterpillar ordering and sequencing. Use your number line or number square to help you?
Click on the link below to play
Have a go at both activities. Choose the level appropriate for your child.
We are revisiting RWI Set 3 again. Today's sound is ure sure it's pure.
I have also ticked the extra Read the Red Words sections too. If you have time you could have a go at any of the other set 3 lessons, as they will all help you to improve your phonics.
Click on the link below for the lesson.
Don't forget to have a look at some of the resources below as they will help you. Try to read the ure real and nonsense word flashcards.
LO: To retell the story of Little Red Riding Hood.
Today we will be writing the first part of the story of Little Red Riding Hood. I will be sending out a video via email to support you with your writing.
Look at the different levels and choose one that is appropriate for your child.
* Use each picture to write a simple sentence. Use the sentence openers: Little Red Riding Hood is... The wolf is... The wolf is...
Little Red Riding Hood is going to see Granny.
The wolf is talking to Little Red Riding Hood.
The wolf is running to see Granny.
** Use the pictures and sentence opener cards to retell the story. Remember to start your story with Once upon a time. As always use your RWI sound mat, Year 1 common exception words and complex speed sound chart to help you. Don't forget your finger spaces, capital letters and full stops.
**Once upon a time, there was a little girl called Little Red Riding Hood.
One day, she went for a walk in the forest.
Next, the wolf ran to her Granny’s house.
*** as above, but write some sentences using the conjunction and.
***Once upon a time, there was a little girl called Little Red Riding Hood.
One day, she went for a walk in the forest and met a wolf.
Next, the wolf ran to her Granny’s house and locked her Granny in the wardrobe
You can use my sentences or you can think of your own.
This is a little bit of breathing space for you to have a go at some of the activities that you might have missed during the week. If you have finished all of the learning, why not read one of the books I have included below?
It is important to read for at least 10 minutes per day with your child. Please choose the level appropriate for your child. Don't forget to do the Questions to chat about and Questions to read and answer at the end of the book. Alternatively, you can of course read a book from home.