Woodpeckers home learning - Week beginning 8th June
Welcome to another week of home learning. Whilst we are looking forward to seeing some children back in school this week many of you will continue with your learning at home. We will continue to post a suggested timetable for the week with lots of activities for you to complete. We are very impressed with the work that has been sent to us so keep up the great work! Don't forget that our Zoom meeting has moved to a Monday at 3.30pm. It would be great to see lots of you attend, you do not have to speak if you don't want to, but it would be lovely to get as many of us as possible together. This week we will have a bit of fun and have a scavenger hunt altogether.
Last week we hope you enjoyed the story 'The Ginger Bread Man'. This week we will move onto 'Jack and the Beanstalk'. There are activity ideas on the timetable for each day. We had lots of activity ideas and couldn't fit them all on the timetable so you could also try some of these or any of your own ideas:
Please send us pictures of your work as we love to see what you have been up to.
We hope you have become more confident handling money. We are now moving onto position and direction. This is best done practically with any items - toys will work well! The language involved in this area is important so please keep going over it each day to ensure understanding. Many of the activities can be done from a screen, so don't feel you need to print them all. Within many of the activities below we have also included the adult guidance to give the adults some ideas on questioning. Some of you are still using Numbots, which is great. We would like to see more of you using Numbots and progressing through the levels. We are waiting to send out more certificates! Ten minutes each day would be great and would keep you practicing your number work whilst we focus on shape and space work.
Phonics, Reading, Spelling and Grammar
Please refer to the timetable in which activities are in bold for each year group. Continue working on the Common exception words (the documents were in last week’s activities). Try to read every day, this is very important and there are lots of ebooks to enjoy on the Oxford Owl web page.
We hope you all have another great week. If you have any problems or would like to talk through any of the home learning please get in touch with us.
Stay happy, stay safe and have fun!
Mrs Glanville and Mrs Le Guilcher
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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