Welcome to Class R's Home Learning Page
Monday, 30th March
What a delightful, dazzling day it is today.
I’m having fun thinking of some alliteration:
Bright Bella Mae
Can you think of some alliteration for people in your family or objects around you? E.g. bouncy bed, massive mat, red rose.
This week I want you to start the activities for the week beginning 30th March and you can start to follow the time- table I have added.
I hope you have a marvelous Monday,
Resources For All Learners
The staff at SMA have been working together to come up with a list of online learning tools, and websites with fun and engaging, educational content. Please take some time to look at the document below. We have included a brief description of each website, as well as the age range we believe it is best suited to.
Thank you for your continued support, care and love for the school, staff, children and community.
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Home Learning beginning 30th March
Draw and label
For each sound this week I want you to draw 4 things that could have the diagraphs in.
qu - quack, quick, squid, quill
ch - church, chip, chin, chop
sh - sheep, ship, fish, shop
th- think, teeth, moth, mouth
Practice your tricky words lots of times using differnt colours. Can you make it look like a rainbow?
Phonics Play have made it free of charge to use their website.
3D shape Hunt
Hunt around your home and find as many 3D shapes as you can.
Using spaghetti/straws to make some 3D shape models.
You can use Marshemellows or playdough to hold your models together.
Can you make a robot or spaceship or flower using different 3D shapes?
3D shape bag
Play with a partner.
Put one of your shapes in a bag or behind your back. Get your partner to describe the shape.
E.g. It has straight edges.
It has flat faces.
Not all the edges are the same length.
The faces are square and rectangle.
What is my shape?
2D Shape patterns - Topmarks
3D and 2D shape sortng
Collect some 2D and 3D shapes.
Can you sort them into 2 groups?
Pie Corbett video
Watch this video. Can you follow along with the actions?
You can watch it more than once a day to help you remember.
Draw your own story map
You can do this over a couple of days.
In your home learning books draw your own story map for The Little Red Hen.
Say the story out loud to help you.
Point to the pictures as you retell the story.
Draw and label
Draw the animals that are in the story.
Can you write what they have said?
Can you write what the Little Red Hen said?
Who will help me plant my corn?