Live Lesson on Microsoft Teams @ 9am. (Recorded for those who need to watch at a later time)
The phonics programme that we follow is Read, Write Inc. They are delivering 1 lesson a day from their youtube channel at 9.30 (this is available for 24 hours). During our Teams meeting we have started to learn set 2 sounds. If we were in class we would also split off for some children to revisit set 1. If your child struggles with knowing set 1 sounds ( the alphabet and sh,th,ch,ng,nk,qu) and use them to read words please watch the RWI lesson at some point as an addition. (If you’re not sure just ask – but it wouldn’t harm if you wanted to do this anyway and consolidate further). Also, if you would like to extend set 2, you could read/write some more words after the session. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ?mc_cid=71ef745098&mc_eid=c9705b8c67
Remember we need to do a few minutes of dough disco every day to get our finger muscles nice and strong! You can watch a youtube video, anything from ‘Spread the Happiness’ Youtube channel or simply put on 1 of your favourite songs and start doing some of the exercises you have seen on our meeting.
Spread the Happiness channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCj0shfH3pzhrf3dOrSj_pRw
Please try and read or complete 1 reading activity a day. Below you will find some activity ideas and also some resources that we would use in school (reading book). Choose a level of reading that your child will be comfortable with.
-Time on Reading Eggs
-Read 1 part (there are 3) of the our red level reading book (attached below). Reread on a different day for more fluency
-Go through all phonics flashcards, use them to play splat or make words
-Read a story together
-Read some of the set 1 cards (attached below)
-Tricky words https://www.loom.com/share/932a99181c0d47c19a2077666548a4c6?sharedAppSource=personal_library
We are listening and joining in with a familiar story.
Oak academy Lesson 1:
Speech & Language (10mins)
Blank Level 2 – Compare Objects.
Look at the picture – How are these the same and how are they different?
Starter:Oral Counting – How high can you go?
Follow the link below, watch session 1 video and complete the activity.
Follow the link to start the lesson from Oak Academy. We are looking at session 1 to explain what a police officer does.