DAILY STARTER:

Write out the days of the week and the months of the year.

Check that they are all spelt correctly.

Did you remember to start each one with a capital letter?

MATHS:

Practise your times tables – how many can you say in 1 minute – start with your 2x, 5x and 10x then move on to your 3x and 4x.

You will find the worksheet for your maths here.

Monday 28th June

ENGLISH:

You will find your sheet for today’s English here.

Monday 28th June Literacy.

Think of pairs of rhyming words that the hunter hears coming from Grandma’s cottage – shaking and quaking; roaring and gnawing; creaking and squeaking; jumping and thumping; growling and howling; crashing and smashing; panting and ranting.

Can you add some more of your own? Choose 3 pairs of rhyming words to describe the commotion that the hunter could hear.

Now think about how the hunter moves towards the cottage – slowly, carefully, quietly, gently, nervously.

Finally, what do you think that Grandma would say to the hunter, maybe she would have something to say to Little Red Riding Hood, or even the wolf.

You decide.

PHONICS:

This week we will be focussing on the /s/ sound

The next line in the song is

Cycle through the city c c c’

The words cycle and city both make the ‘s’ sound.

How many more words can you think of that use the letter ‘c’ to make the ‘s’ sound?

Make a list of these and then you could draw the items – can you make another line up to be included in the song?

ZOOM:

Today on our Zoom – we will be talking about this picture.

Now think about what could be at the top of the ladder? Who is the lady? Why is she going to climb the ladder.

Draw a picture or write about your ideas.

SPELLING & HANDWRITING:

 

WIDER CURRICULUM:

We are thinking about the Human life cycle today – and the things that you are able to do as you get older.

Cut out the different activities humans might do from the Human Life Cycle Cut-Outs.• Decide at which stage of the life cycle a human might start to do the activity.• Stick the activity next to the correct stage on the human life cycle.

If you are not able to complete the task by cutting and sticking you can just write a list of each of the activities with the title of baby, toddler, child, teenager, adult.

ASSEMBLY: