Part-whole relationships number bonds
Answer these questions
How many legs does a spider have?
How big is the world’s largest spider?
What do spiders make to catch flies?
Where do spiders like to build webs?
We have learnt the phoneme ‘oe’ as in toe. Today we will split the phoneme up.
Learn the phoneme ‘o-e’ as in bone. Explain this is called a ‘split digraph’.
Segment and blend ‘o-e’ words (whole, explode, stone).
Dictate this sentence for your child to write:
Can a stone explode?
Encourage your child to read this sentence:
If you are home alone and you find a bone, will you get on the phone?
children, Mr, Mrs, that, what.
Here are some words from the story.
Can you share them with an adult and work out what they mean?
Say the words in different ways. For example: quickly, softly, loudly and slowly.
Can you name four animals that hunt for their prey?
Think about all the animals we learned about last term.
Can you do a good deed every day this week?
It could be helping at home, tidy your room, give to charity, smile, say thank you and please, do some baking together, share a book with your brother/sister, help set the table, wash the dishes, give someone in your house a hug, plant something etc
The idea is to be kind and make someone else feel good.
Whilst celebrating Ramadan, Muslims draw patterns on their hands and feet using Henna ink.
Design your own henna pattern.
Notice how they are drawn in shades of reds and browns!
We would love to see your designs so don’t forget to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org