Last week at home Ash Class!
It is your last week of home learning! I cannot quite believe it. I am so proud of how you have all worked over these past weeks and I am so incredibly excited to welcome you all back to school next Monday.
This last week, we will be celebrating World Book Day (Thursday 4th). Each day I will put up a page of activities for the day, these will include literacy & phonics activities as well as various other things to choose from. Please try to do some phonics everyday, whether that is flash cards, Fred talk or reading, as well as looking at the maths activities for the day.
I will not put any CIP up this week as I think there is enough activities to choose from in the 'book week' pages.
Enjoy your last week together!
See you soon.
Please continue to upload photos and observations on Tapestry - that way I can have a look and add it to your child's learning journal.
Try to upload one activity a day (at least 3 per week).
You could use: pens, pencils, different colours
If you need help:
The document below will help you discuss emotions with your child and help them to understand and recognise their own feelings.
I will put an activity page below each day.
There are also 3 activity/challenge pages for you to have a go at across this week.
Have fun reading and sharing stories!
We have learnt all Set 1 sounds now.
If you feel your child wants or needs to practice more. All the sounds are in the document below. Focus on the sounds your child finds the most difficult and continue to do a different sound each day.
Have a go at some of the 'FRED' talk games. You can play these throughout the day to help your child begin to blend. There are also some videos to watch to help you get the hand of 'FRED' talking.
Remember, all the resources I have provided are for your child to read (not for you to read to your child). Find where your child is comfortable in having a go.
Please look at the activities linked to our story today for some ideas.
As I spoke about in the Parent's meeting...
Including these in your day will include maths in your day.
Sorry for the confusion on Monday - I uploaded maths from 1st February by mistake.
I have put maths for Monday and Tuesday up, and will continue to put up each day's maths as well as the previous day's. There might be a day where you manage both. But not to worry if you don't.
How could you make a book?
Give your child a piece (or a couple) of paper. Ask them how they could turn it into a book. It could be a story book, a colouring book, a number book... anything!
Let them play around with ideas before suggesting and modelling folding (there are lots of ways to fold a book - as you can see). Make it as simple as you like.
Once you have made your book you could decorate it however you like, or save it for another time for colouring, drawing, writing sounds or numbers!