Welcome to today’s home learning. Please send in English and Maths today.
I will be sending a video link via email today to support the English lesson.
Maths send in
LO: To be able to use the appropriate positional language (ordinal numbers) for up to 10 positions.
Follow the Let's Learn section and complete the worksheet. I have included a character guide with the names of the characters on it to help you.
When you have completed the worksheet, why not challenge yourself?
We are revisiting RWI Set 3 again. Today's sound is ea cup of tea
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, they will all help you to improve your phonics.
I will be sending a video link via email to support this lesson.
LO: To retell a story send in
Today you will be writing the last part of Little Red Riding Hood. Use the pictures as prompts to retell the story.
There are two levels of work today * **
* Little Red Riding Hood is
*Use these sentence starters to write a sentence about the picture.
* Little Red Riding Hood is in her Granny’s house.
The wolf is in her Granny’s bed
The woodcutter hits the wolf on the head.
** Use the sentence openers to start your story.
A little later,
In the end,
A little later, Little Red Riding Hood came to her Granny’s house.
After that, she asked why her Granny had big teeth.
In the end, the woodcutter hit the wolf on the head.
Can you use the conjunction and in your last sentence?
In the end, the woodcutter hit the wolf on the head and he ran away.
LO: To be able to identify and name a variety of common UK mammals.
In today's lesson, you will identify a variety of mammals and compare and describe some of their features.
Task: On worksheet 2A, label the pictures of mammals using the Word Bank.
It is important to read for at least 10 minutes per day with your child. I have included a selection of reading books. 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.