Wonderful Wolves' Home Learning Tasks Tuesday 14th July 2020
Date: 14th Jul 2020 @ 5:47am
Tuesday 14th July 2020
Home Learning Tasks for The Wonderful Wolves
Good Morning everyone. Isn’t it nice to have the nicer weather back again after all the rain last week. I hope you are well. What story did you all choose to read yesterday?
Remember tomorrow all Year 1s should come to school between 12.30pm and 3.30pm to collect your reports and work folders. Year 2’s it will be your turn on Friday. I look forward to see you all there. Mrs Rose
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 see how many different /e/ words you can write down in three minutes. These can be for any of the 3 spellings of /e/ we have learnt. I would then like you to write three sentences, each containing at least one of your /e/ words.
We are going to think about the story of ‘The Cautious Caterpillar’ again, follow the link to find a version with sound so that you can listen to the story today. https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/the-cautious-caterpillar-ebook-with-audio-tg-345-newlink
Once you have listened to the story do you think that you could decide what Cody and the Ladybird are saying to each other? Write your ideas into the speech bubbles.
The video for today can be found at https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/ under Week 12 – “Lesson 2 - Time to the half 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
I hope you had fun signing up to the summer reading challenge yesterday. Today I thought it would be nice to look at a non-fiction book. Can you log onto Oxford Owl and choose a non-fiction book to read? There are so many different ones to choose from – books about animals, books about dancing, even books about your amazing body.
Once you have read your non-fiction book I would like you to write down and send me your three favourite facts.