Wonderful Wolves' Home Learning Tasks Monday 13th July 2020
Date: 10th Jul 2020 @ 4:19pm
Monday 13th July 2020
Home Learning Tasks for The Wonderful Wolves
Good Morning everyone. Today marks the start of the last week of the school year. Can you believe your time as Wonderful Wolves is almost at an end? This week our activities will be focused on reading and saying goodbye. I hope you really enjoy the last 5 days of activities that are planned for you. Please keep sending your work to WW@langleymill-inf.derbyshire.sch.uk . I hope to see lots of you at school on Wednesday between 12.30pm and 3.30pm when you can collect your end of year reports.
This week in phonics we are going to continue recapping some of the different sounds we have learnt during the year. Today we are going to look at the sound /e/. The spellings of /e/ we have learnt are ‘e’, ‘ea’, and ‘ai’.
Today I would like you to read these words then create a grid putting them with the correct spelling of the /oe/ sound like we do in phonics. I have put a grid below to remind you what it might look like.
This week our collective worship is based around moving on and starting our new schools or classes in September. Transition times are always very special at our school and we all look forward to welcoming new children into the school each September, after we have said a special, and sometimes teary goodbye to our wonderful Year 2 children at the end of term.
For this week we are going to be thinking about the story of ‘The Cautious Caterpillar’
Find the story on your class page and read it with your grown ups. Then we would like to think about why Cody was worried about changing from a caterpillar to a butterfly. What did she say about being a caterpillar? Why do you think that she kept saying that?
The video for today can be found at https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/ under Week 12 – “Lesson 1 - Time to the hour”. Enjoy watching the video, if at any point you do not understand, feel free to watch the video again or pause it to ask your grown-ups for help. Then use your blue book to record the answers to the questions in the activity section. The activity sheet and answers can be found in the files section of the class page on the school website.
Summer Reading Challenge
This week all of our activities will be linked to the Summer Reading Challenge. The summer reading challenge is something that has been created to support you to enjoy reading books over the summer while you aren’t at school. Today I would like your grown-ups to sign you up to the summer reading challenge using the link below. Once you have signed up spend a little bit of time looking through the books, are there any you would really like to read? Why do you want to read them? You might also like to look at the fun games and activities they have to offer.
After you have enjoyed looking around the website I would like you to find your own favourite book within your house and take it somewhere unusual to read. Whilst you are reading your favourite book in your unusual place get a grown-up to take a picture of you so that you can send it to us using the class email address, firstname.lastname@example.org