Hello Robins and Families,
It has been great to have the children back in school and get underway with our new term of learning. The children have returned and settled really well, and all of them have been very keen to get back to our routines and have remembered everything really well. They are becoming very responsible for their belongings too.
Have a super week
Show and tell (Friday 14th) - to bring in an item linked to the theme of 'People who help us'
Homework Brushing teeth challenge sheet coming home in homework folders this week- it is a chart to complete everyday for your morning and evening brushing for a week (up until hand in day next Thursday).
- People who help us sound and match up challenge
- Talk for writing unit using our book of the week- learning to retell the story with actions from memory
- fun phonic activities
- Read write inc ditty writing books- perfect partner work with speedy sounds
- Sounds of the week: recap of all learnt sounds particular focus on digraph sounds
- First sight words: was look play day away
- is, it, in, at, and, mum, dad, to, the, dog, cat, no, go, I, a, yes, on, he, she, went, we, me, be, big
- focus on Fred talk and word building
- learning how to write and say these letters
- word games
- sorting the teeth for Clarabella crocodile from 0-20
- toothbrush painting
- Dentist role play area
- funky fingers- remove the teeth challenge
- keyword sentence writing
- remove the bad bits teeth challenge
- food sorting- good or bad for your teeth
- how to brush your teeth- 2 minute challenge
- learn our people who help us topic song
- Daily reading is a key part of your child’s education and something that you should continue to do if they are home learning. Both reading to your child, having your child read to you is something that should be done on a regular basis.
- You could encourage your child to act out stories or create a puppet show (shadow puppets are great for this) to retell the story they have just read.
- If your child isn’t a fan of fiction, non-fiction books are just as valuable. Challenge them to recount what they have found out.
- Practical tip: Every time you read with your child, ask them questions about what they have read.