Thursday 7th May
Here is today’s Learning at Home. Remember, to try your best! We believe in you! #BoundaryBelieves
Phonics – Click here to learn the au sound
How many of the au words can you remember from the video? Voice record them on seesaw, maybe you can think of some more.
Challenge – Can you turn the sound off on the video and read all of the words yourself
Play ‘buried treasure’ with the au sound – Click here– (Select phonics phase 5, then the au sound).
Writing Click here to watch the video and meet Laura and her pet dog Magsie. Laura tells us what a good friend Magsie is and how they play together. She also shows us the responsibilities of being a dog owner by feeding Magsie and taking her out for exercise.
Do you have a pet? If not, what pet would you like you have? On Tuesday you wrote all about you, now it’s time to write all about your pet, or your dream pet. First draw a picture of your chosen pet then write at least 5 sentences, telling me all about your pet and how you look after it. Log onto seesaw to read all about Mrs Hopwood’s pet. Remember to take a photo of your writing and up load it to seesaw. We would also love to see photos of your real pets too!
Maths – Click here and logon to MyMaths to complete todays maths challenge.
Special VE Day Activities.
Friday 8th May is the 75th anniversary of VE Day. VE Day is also known as Victory in Europe Day and marks the day towards the end of World War Two. To help remember the soldiers who fought and celebrate this milestone, we have put together some different activities for you to choose from. Log onto seesaw and with an adult read through the fact sheet or watch the video, then discuss Victory in Europe Day. Enjoy some quiet time completing one of the creative activities set for you. We would love to see your photos of your VE day celebrations, you can share them on seesaw.
Reading – Log in to Oxford Owl and read one of your books. Record yourself on seesaw telling us what you did/did not like about the book and why. Lots of new book have been added to the website recently. Which one are you going to choose? Parents you can log onto Oxford Owl and create an account – it is free. Then search for E books, and choose phonics level 2, 3 or 5 depending on you child. Your child’s phonics level is also in the letter information pack you received.
Chosen afternoon activity – Choose your own activity from the ‘afternoon activities table’ in your home learning letter or the new afternoon activities sheet sent via email and complete it in your busy book. Feel free to send us any pictures on seesaw of your learning.