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Good morning and welcome back to Home School!

I hope you had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the much improved weather. Keep going with all your hard work, and practice your reading and writing daily. I have put on the weeks work so you can choose which activities you would like to do and in which order. Don't forget to count to 100 every day and do the exercises to keep yourself fit. Grown ups are allowed to join in as they need to stay fit and active too.  It has been  lovely to see what you've been up to on Tapestry or  via e mail so keep them coming and make my day.

Best Wishes Mrs Last (parents please call me Deborah).

 

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Good morning everyone, whatever you managed to do last week well done.   I have put the whole week on and hope you can find different things to do each day. Please let me know if you can't access the work and I will try to get it to you somehow. I have put the RWInc list of sounds on so you can make sure the letters are being formed properly and a set of small cards with the Set 2 sounds which can be printed and used to practice the sounds. I have been introducing the Set 2 sounds at the rate of one a week and the last one taught by me was igh so please continue to teach the new sounds if you feel confident. This week we have a story that you may know already called 'The Bad Tempered Ladybird'. As before look at the story on Youtube (follow the link), and do some of the activities.Try to do a couple of pieces of semi independent writing about the story or write a review using the writing frames provided, keep the sentences simple and manageable. Remember gaps and a full stop and don't worry too much about spelling.  Little and often seems to be the key for most children of this age. Again any files that are too big to be uploaded on the website wil be e mailed seperately. Good luck and e mail me if you have any queries.

 

If you need something extra for maths  try www.whiterosemaths/homelearning. The learning is based on books which you do not have to purchase and there is a video for extra clarity.

 


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