To play the coins game select counting then the 1p to 10p activity.
Introducing the activity
Today we are thinking about money.
For today's activity you will need:
the food item sheet (given in your pack) and coins (1p, 2p, 5p and 10p)
Using your food price sheet you will pick an item like in the video above and then you will use coins to make the amount to buy that item. You will then write the price of your piece of fruit as shown in the video and then draw the coins used to pay for the item.
Now have a go at the following 2 challenge questions below. You can write these questions with the answers in your exercise book.
Watch the video to practise your phonics sounds:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vU2vWZKS7rY&t=25s
Now log onto Phonics Play- Username: jan21 Password: home
Select resources and then select Phase 3, then Flash Cards Time trial and then select the 2 minute challenge.
Then play Dragon's Den- don't forget to select Phase 3. You have to sort the words into real or fake words.
Today we are going to be continuing to learn about two-syllable words.
Watch the video below to find out more.
For each of the words below- say the word, clap the sllyables with your child and then get your child to write the word. Repeat this process for each word.
Read the following sentence to your child- you can read it to them as many times as you like, you can repeat words and you can sound the words out with them but do not show them the sentence. This sentence is to help them practise syllables and sounding out.
Here is the sentence:
A drip from the tap drops in the sink.
Today in English we are going to be starting our new story. However before we start our story we need to know more about the topic of our story.
Follow the PowerPoint below to complete your activity (follow the PowerPoint until the slide that says Tuesday as that is tomorrow's work).
For this activity you will need: the Queen's picture from your pack.
Before the start of the lesson
Either go outside or look out of a window to observe the weather at the start of the day and at the end of the day. Use the Watching the Weather sheet (the one without the lines) to help record your ideas of later in the lesson- use 1 colour for the morning observation and another colour for the afternoon obervation.
Today we are going to be thinking about the weather. Try and answer these questions:
What did you observe about the weather when you went outside this morning and this afternoon?
What was you expecting today when you went to observe the weather?
Were you surprised by the weather?
What season are we in?
What is the weather like normally this time of the year?
Write down any observations or thoughts.
Now consider these questions:
What do we expect the weather to be like tomorrow?
How can we tell? ( e.g. temperature changed throughout the day, the weather changed towards the end of the day, watched the weather forecast etc)
Now complete the second sheet (Watching the Weather with the lines). You will record your afternoon observations.