Keep practising this week's phonics sounds and reading, using the resources on our RWI website.
Read and enjoy Whatever Next by Jill Murphy:
Repeat, this time trying to join in with the retelling as the book is read aloud.
Finally read again, this time with the sound muted so that you and your child can retell the story in your own words.
Try to use the words first, next, then, after a while, finally etc. to help you with your retelling.
This part of the lesson will need adult supervision or you may find it easier to make the zigzag book for your child. Make a zigzag book of the story for your family to read. Follow the simple instructions together here on how to make a zigzag book:
Remember to use capital letters, full stops and phonics for spelling. Try to include ‘and’ and ‘but’ in some of your sentences, e.g. He packed his teddy and some food for the journey. He landed on the moon but nobody was there.
Read your sentences to make sure check that they make sense and that you haven’t missed any words out.
Year 1 Maths
Today, you will be doing some word and picture problems.
Year 2 Maths
Today, you are starting a new topic about shape. Your lesson is about recognising 2D and 3D shapes. Here are two lessons for you to watch:
History-How have people's lives changed in living memory?
In this lesson, you will continue to learn about some of the ways in which popular music has changed over the last 60 years.