Wonderful Wolves' Home Learning Tasks Friday 10th July 2020
Date: 9th Jul 2020 @ 4:35pm
Friday 10th July 2020
Home Learning Tasks for The Wonderful Wolves
Good morning everyone. It is the end of another lovely week. I hope you have enjoyed all the summer activities this week. Have you got any nice plans for weekend?
This week in phonics we are recapping different sounds that we have learnt during the year. The week we have looked at two sounds that can have the same spelling. The spelling can be used in different words for both the /o/ sounds like in frog and the /oe/ sound like in go. In school we say same spelling different sound.
Today I am going to write you a list of words with the spelling in. You need to sort these into two columns depending if the spelling is the /o/ or the /oe/ sound in that word. Remember that because the spelling is different, the headings at the top of the columns are the same. So you need to work out which column to put to the words into by reading the other words in that column, I will put a picture below to remind you.
It is time for Celebration Assembly again!
Who in your house is good at doing the right thing? Who helps others, even if it’s not the easiest thing for them to do?
Who is always helpful and kind to others?
Why not tell this person how great you think they are – we all need a pat on the back sometimes! 😊
In school when we do position and direction we normally get the Bee-Bots out. I know you haven't got Bee-Bots at home so instead I have found you a Bee-Bot simulation game to play.
There is a variety of different mats, some for you to just travel from square to square. Other mats look a little bit like a maze and you have to think carefully how to direct the Bee-Bot from the start to the finish. Let us know which your favourite mat was.
Today for our summer activity we are going to create acrostic poems similar to the ones we did for our names. Today the word we are going to use is 'summer' or 'summer time'. Remember the letters go down the side and you use each letter as the start of a word, phrase or sentence to make up your poem.