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Week 9 - 22.6.20

Year R - Summer Week 9 - 22.6.20
Phonics

English

Billy’s Bucket (week 2)

Listen to the story about Billy and his Bucket again.  

This week you need to create your own story based on this. Each day add another sentence or two to write the whole story.

Extra ideas: Act out could story, make a model of your special present, paint/draw some pictures to illustrate your story, make small world items to act out your story.

Maths
Other Areas of Learning 

Phonics  -

Monday- Revise – 1 days

sh, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, oo, oa, ie, igh, ar, or, er, ur, ow, oi, ear, air, ure

Recap all the sounds. Use the sound mat and check which sounds you are unsure of. Practise reading lots of words using these sounds. (phonics play phase 3 games, oxford owl books phase 3)

 

Tuesday – Revise phase 2, 3 and 4 tricky words.

Go through all the words on the mat. How quickly can you say them all? Look carefully at any you unsure of and talk about ways to remember them.

 

Wed – Fri - Learn – 3 days

Recap – bl, br, cl, cr, dr, fl, fr, gr, gl, pl, pr, sc, sk, sl, sp, sn, st, tw, tr, thr, scr, str, shr and final blends – nd, nt, nk, nch

Introduce new final blends –lf, lt, lp, lk

Look at each blend and discuss different words they are used for – these are at the end of a word.

Wednesday- Make a word list for each blend and try reading each word. (shelf, calf, help, yelp, milk, silk, sulk, wolf, golf, self, belt, melt, salt, hol)

Thursday – Write words using these blend - Fill in the missing sound cards on sheets or make your own.

Friday – Practise reading Phase 4 words. Play phase 4 games on phonics play, apps or read phase 4 oxford owl books.

English

Billy’s Bucket (week 2)

Listen to the story about Billy and his Bucket again.  

This week you need to create your own story based on this. Each day add another sentence or two to write the whole story.

Day 1: What present would you choose to have. Can you describe the present that you want and write it into a sentence. I would like a_________ .  Remember to make sure your sentence has a full stop and capital letter.

Day 2: What magical thing could it do? Add these to your sentence from yesterday. The ___________ was magical. It ________ .

Day 3: What did you enjoy doing with it. I loved to________

Day 4: What could go wrong? Who could borrow it? Add this to your work. ______ borrowed the ___________ and______

Day 5: How will they fix the problem. Write this sentence. Dad had to________ .

Read your whole story to someone.

 

Extra ideas: Act out could story, make a model of your special present, paint/draw some pictures to illustrate your story, make small world items to act out your story.

Maths

Monday – Recognise numbers to 20 and then beyond. Write out each number 0-20 on separate pieces of paper or use printed number cards. Can you read all the numbers. Can you find a number someone says. Can you put them in order. If confident, add the next set of ten. 20-30 and so on.  Play splat with the numbers, fire water pistols at numbers in chalk, place numbers on floor and try to hit the correct number with a ball/beanbag.

Tuesday – Make numbers to 30 using Numicon. Talk about 2 digit numbers and how the first numbers tells us how many groups of 10 there are. 12 = 1 ten, 23 = 2 tens. Count in tens to 50.

Print out the Numicon pictures and cut up. Practise making numbers 11 – 29. Using the 10 piece and another piece. Add an extra 10 to make 20+ if confident.

Wednesday – Partition numbers up to 20 into 10s and 1s. We call this part-part whole. Encourage children to partition the numbers into 10s and ones and record in a bubble diagrams as shown in example.  12 = 10&2,   14= 10&4 Complete the Part-part whole sheet.

Thursday – Say one more and one less. Create a number line 0-20 with number cards or by drawing it out. Discuss how the number before a number on the line is one less and after is one more. Point to a number find one more and one less. Play bingo type game, make a grid of 6 numbers 0-20, you can cross off one more or less than number pulled out the bag.

Friday – Problem solving challenge. How many 2 digit numbers can you make using cards with 1, 2 and 3 digits on.  Write down the options. Read and write the numbers you have created.

Understanding the World

 

Talk about living things. What can they all do. Talk about how our bodies help us to breath, eat, move and grow.

What is inside us that helps? How many things do you know and what is their job?

(bones, muscles, organs – heart, lungs, stomach, brain)

Watch and listen to the body song.

Learn about the Body

"A Song About the Body" is a dance-worthy song that teaches about our bones, muscles, and some cute organs that fill Sam's body.

Physical Development

 

Safety – Keeping safe in the sun. Talk about how dangerous the sun can be to our bodies – skin and eyes. Think of ways to stay safe. Make a safety advert (film/poster/leaflet)

 

Gross motor – Beach volley ball. Find a light weight ball (inflatable beach ball is best) and try to push it back to someone in the air. Create a net and see how many times you can do this before it drops.

Personal, Social and Emotional.

 

Children play co-operatively, taking turns with others. Play a board game where you have to wait and take turns. Discuss how it feels to win or lose. How should we behave when someone else wins.

Expressive Art and Design

 

Create an underwater collage. Use your fine motor skills to cut out different colour blues and greens from magazines, tissue paper, coloured paper etc to make a blue background. Draw or paint sea life creatures and see weed, cut out and to add to your collage.

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