Week commencing Monday 11th May
Remember to read every day and it's great to share reading with other family members.
Think about different types of reading material, for example; books, magazines, food packets, instructions for games, websites, to name a few.
Below are some links to online books to read and listen to:
Are You a Reading Star?
Each week we will set a reading challenge for you to complete.
Don't forget to email telling us how you get on, perhaps even send us a photo.
This week's challenge:
Read aloud in a funny voice.
Poem of the Day
The poem of the day is for reading together and enjoying
Taken from 'The Works Key Stage 1' Chosen by Pie Corbett. Published by Macmillan.
Don't forget to learn your Galaxy of Spelling, Common Exception Words and ask someone to test you.
The activity mats below will help you to practise some of them too.
We also learn a spelling rule every week which is on the powerpoint below and there is a word search to help learn it.
I Recycle backing track
Basic skills Friday
Times tables test - see slide on main PDF
Friday Focus: Can I check calculations?
Basic Skills Thursday
When you are out having some exercise, count how many odd numbers you can see and how many even numbers you can see.
Thursday Focus: Can I decide the best way to present data?
Basic skills Wednesday
Invent your own way to practise your times tables. For example a game or a set of actions.
Wednesday Focus: Can I complete a block diagram and answer questions?
Basic skills Tuesday - answer the true or false questions
Tuesday Focus: Can I draw a block diagram?
Basic skills Monday
Backwards counting throwing and catching. Start at 91. Throw and catch the ball with a partner whilst counting backwards. When you drop the ball, work out how many you counted. Repeat with different numbers.