Robin Class Mon 20th April

RobinI hope you’ve managed to have a safe and enjoyable Easter and are eager for some more home school challenges.

Reading

Logon onto www.oxfordowl.co.uk and use ‘My Class Login’ button (classname: robinclass, password: book) to access this week’s ebooks.

RWI Group

Read Write Inc eBook

Age Filter

eBook

Red

Get Up

4-5 years

Quiz

Green

Hands

4-5 years

By the Stream

Orange

A Vet’s Week

5-6 years

A Monster Mistake

Yellow

No Way!

6-7 years

Red Planet

Blue

How to make a peach treat

6-7 years

Into the Pyramid

Grey

Nancy Roman’s Space Telescope

6-7 years

Mini Marvels

Phonics

Your child will need to practise their phonics daily.

Please access the ‘Read Write Inc Phonics Lessons at Home Page’ on YouTube at

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ/featured for a daily phonics lesson.

Parents should first watch the 3 minute ‘Parent Video: Introduction to Daily Read Write Inc. Phonics Lesson’. There are many other helpful Read Write Inc videos on this page for parents and on the Oxford Owl website.

The sound your child will need to focus on will depend on their RWI group before the school closure.

Today’s phonics lessons are:-

Your Child’s RWI Group

Set Sound

Today’s Sound

Phonics Video Starts

Spelling Video Starts

Red/Green

2

ou

10am

10.15am

Orange/Yellow

Blue/Grey

3

ow

10.30am

10.45am

Don’t worry if you miss the lesson start time as the videos will remain available on the Read Write Inc YouTube channel for 24 hours.

Any spellings can be completed in the home school sharing book, an exercise book or a notebook.

Teach Your Monsters to Read

Login to the ‘Teach Your Monsters to Read’ online resource or use the free app to continue your adventure in phonics and reading.

Login details are the same as PurpleMash logins.

Access this resource at http://www.teachyourmonstertoread.com/u/768037 or download the app (currently discounted to 99p) setting the set the Icon id pdf star code to 768037.

English

We will be looking at poems and repetitive stories this week.

For today, please see the separate activities based around the poem ‘Dad and the Cat and the Tree’ by Kit Wright.

An adult should read the poem and if you are able to, print out and cut up the picture cards. These cards should be shuffled and then try to sequence them in the correct order. Finally, use the cards to retell the story orally.

Draw a picture of what you think will happen next and write some sentences under the picture. You can record your work in your home school sharing book, an exercise book or a notebook. An adult may need to help create a writing frame in your books.

When writing, remember to think it, say it, like it, write it and read it again. 

Choose your writing peak challenge below.  

 

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Can I use finger spaces?

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Can I use capital letters and a full stop for every sentence?

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Can I use a conjunction (e.g. because, so, but, so, or, then) to join two sentences?

Can I use an interesting adjective (describing word)?

Maths 

 

See separate maths activities about number bonds (pairs of numbers) to make 8 or 9.

This includes a learning reminder, two levels of practice sheet, guidance if you get a bit stuck and a few questions to check your understanding. All the answers are provided so that you can ‘tick or fix’ your work with an adult.  

 

If you have no access to a printer at home, write answers in home school sharing book, exercise book or a notebook.

Quick recall of number bonds to 10 can be practised by playing the Hit the Button game at https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button. If your child is confident with number bonds to 10, they could try number bonds to 20.

Science

Thank you for all the spring pictures and writing handed in on PurpleMash. I have given each child feedback on their work and a digital reward sticker. The stickers can be found by logging onto PurpleMash and selecting the trophy icon at the top of the screen. This work has been transferred to your child’s digital work folder in their ‘Done 2Dos’ subfolder.

More home learning challenges will be posted tomorrow.