Wonderful Wolves' Home Learning Thursday 16th July 2020

Date: 15th Jul 2020 @ 9:58pm

https://www.langleymillinfantschool.co.uk/uploads/517/files/Capture.PNGThursday 16th July 2020

Home Learning Tasks for The Wonderful Wolves

Good Morning everyone. It was so lovely to see all of the Year 1’s yesterday. Seeing every single one of you brought such a big smile to my face and I can’t wait for you to be back in school in September. I am really looking forward to seeing all of you Year 2's tomorrow!  


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 /er/. The spellings of /ow/ we have learnt are ‘ow’ and ou’.

Today I would like you to write some dictated sentences. This means your grown-up reads the sentences to you, one word at a time, and you write the sentence in your book trying your hardest to use the correct spellings of the sounds in each word. I have written the sentence below.  

A brown mouse crawled along the road and into the house. In the house the mouse found a round bit of cheese.


Collective Worship

For our last activity about moving on and changing classes or schools we are going to think about all of the things we have really enjoyed this year, and what we are looking forward to about next year. Cody the Butterfly will help you with your ideas.




The video for today can be found at https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/ under Week 12 – “Lesson 4 - Comparing time”. 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 afternoon as part of our summer reading challenge I would like you to think about your favourite fairy tale. Once you have thought of your fairy tale I would like you to read it, this may be using a book or by finding an online version. Once you have read your favourite fairy tale I would like you to create a comic strip for the fairy tale. Remember the comic strip will not contain all of the story but the most important parts of it.  Once your comic strip is finished send it to us via email ww@langleymill-inf.derbyshire.sch.uk


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