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Week beginning 19th October 2020

Hello Foundation

 

We hope you and your families are all well. Last week we did some work around our new story 'Funnybones' which the children enjoyed listening to as well as looking at x-rays.

In Maths, we learnt number bonds for 5 and 6. Most children found this a bit tricky so we shall revisit these again this week and learn about subtracting through singing rhymes and by using objects.

In phonics so far we have learnt the phonemes s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u and r and reading words and, to and the. Please support your child to read and write these. This week we are learning h, b, f/ff, l, ll and ss and reading tricky words I, no and go

 

Have a good week and enjoy doing the activities. We hope to see you well rested and in good health after the half-term break. The children come back to school on Tuesday 3rd November 2020.

 

Mrs Hussain and Mrs Cook

Monday

Look at the powerpoint below and read the phonemes. How many could you read? Now write these phonemes using the correct formation. Remember that we need to form our letters anti-clockwise and to hold your pencil correctly.

Look at the pictures of the settings (places) from the story. Talk about what you can see.

Maths

Start by counting up to 20.

Get 5 objects. you can use things like coins, pencils or spoons. Put all your objects in a line. 

How many different ways can you partition (split) the objects into two groups? Talk about how you have split the objects. What is the total when you add the two groups back again?

E.G. 1 add 4 makes 5.

Tuesday 

Look at the pictures below. Which letter does each object start with?

 

Maths - Look at the tower of cubes.

Count the cubes and find the ones that when added together make 5.

Wednesday

Maths

Start by counting up to 20.

Look at the pictures of the ladybirds below and ask your parent to draw them. Then read the number sentence and draw the dots to match the number sentence. One has been done for you. 

Thursday

Maths

Start by counting up to 20.

Watch and join in with the rhyme below. What happens to the number of frogs when one frog jumps into the pool? How many are left each time one frog jumps away?

What other words do you know that means the same as subtract?

Five Little Speckled Frogs | Nursery Rhymes | from LittleBabyBum!

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 Friday

look at the powerpoint below and learn the new phonemes. Can you name any objects that start with b or d? Practise writing the letters and remember to hold your pencil correctly and form the letters as shown. Finally, read the words and decide which words you want to keep in the treasure chest that are real words and the ones that are nonsense words that will go in the bin.

Maths

Start by counting up to 20.

Sing along to the number bonds song. Can you learn the numbers bonds by heart?

I Know My Number Bonds 5 | Number Bonds to 5 | Addition Song for Kids | Jack Hartmann

Learn the number bonds for 5. Number bonds are simply the pairs of numbers that make up a given number. Number bonds can also be called number partners or nu...

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