We hope you are all well and ready for a week of home learning. Please check that you have read all emails regarding the live lessons this week. If you have any queries regarding home learning, please don't hesitate to contact us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are here to support your home learning and we hope that we can have a fun-filled week together (albeit virtually).
We are looking forward to seeing you on Microsoft Teams everyday- we hope you can make the live lessons and engage with the home learning activities we have planned for you.
Thank you for your continued support.
Mrs Clutterbuck and Miss Gould.
Live lessons via Microsoft Teams
Check in: Blue Class 9:00-9:30
Green Class 9:30-10:00
Phonics Phase 3 week commencing 24.05.21
Literacy 'Live Lessons'
This week we have live lessons via Microsoft Teams, everyday at 10:30am.
Monday: Retell the story of the Three Little Pigs
Tuesday: Describing the characters from the story, use the describing words to generate sentences about each character.
Wednesday: Adapting the story to create our own versions.
Thursday: Writing our own stories.
If you have any questions or are unable to access the live lessons, please get in touch and we can send over resources that have been used to support the live lessons.
Understanding the World
Expressive Arts and Design
This week in school we have been reading The Three Little Pigs.
Task: Create a story map of the Three Little Pigs - you can do this on a plain piece of paper.
On Friday's we usually spend the afternoon in the forest and enjoy a biscuit and a hot chocolate around the campfire, whilst listening to a story. Maybe you could create your own campfire with your teddies and share a story with a hot chocolate.
If you like, you could watch Mrs C reading 'We're going on a bear hunt' and join in with the repeated refrains.
This week we have been revisiting time. Please work through the 'What Time is it Mr Wolf?' game with Mrs C.
If your child is confident with o'clock and half-past, look at quarter to and quarter past using your clocks you have at home.