In Phonics, we focused on the /oo/ sound spelt <u> /oo/; /o/; /ue/; /u-e/; /ew/ used in words such as: moon, chew, do, cute, glue. If you are unsure on how to use the reading bookmarks, please follow this link to a guided video https://youtu.be/EJ0pwf2SUa0.
In Maths, we focused about subtraction facts, using FIRST, THEN, NOW and identifying the inverse operation. It would be great if you could continue practicing this at home.
In Science, we focused on materials such as: metal, wood, fabric, plastic and glass, having the opportunity to investigate more about their properties, and explore the classroom and surroundings.
In Phonics, we will be learning the <ie> sound spelt /i/; /ie/; /y/; /i-e/; /igh/ for example: kite, dry, pain, light, tie.
In English, we will continue to focus on using adjectives, writing sentences using time connectives such as: First, Then, Next, After that, Suddenly and Finally. . The focus text will be ‘The three little pigs.’ where children will enjoy sequencing the story line.
In Maths, we will review the subtraction and focusing on counting on within 20, using tens frames, number lines and partition.
In Sciense will be focusing on matching materials, learning the differences between an object and the materials it is made of.
For those who would like to revisit some of the previous sounds and would like support on how to pronounce them, please see the videos below:
ai, ay, a https://youtu.be/EADg7JHsiBA
ee, ea, e https://youtu.be/boMvY3KTJbQ
ur, er, ir https://youtu.be/Cp1frjO8w_E
ea, e, ai https://youtu.be/qg0ONRTV0eA
oa, o, ow https://youtu.be/yipAU3EPKQ4