We have had a fantastic week of learning!
In Phonics, we introduced the ‘er’ sound spelt /er//ir/ /ur/ /o/ used in words such as: herd, herb, fern, bird, dirt, first, fir, curl, burst, hurt, church, worm, worst, work.
In English, we continued to write a non-chronological report on a chosen habitat. We described the appearance, the weather, the animals that live there and a fun fact.
In Maths, we continued to deepen our understanding of part-whole models and all the different ways we can partition numbers 6-9.
In Science, we have been looking at animal skeletons. We have used straws and clay to recreate an animal skeleton.
In Phonics, we will be learning the /e/ sound spelt /ai/ /e/ /ea/ for example: said, bread, get
In English, we will be looking at a variety of pictures. Using adjectives and verbs, we will be writing a story or description describing what we see. If you would like to do some work at home, please click on the link Setting description
We have noticed that many of the reading bookmarks aren’t being completed. These are an important means of communication and replaces our previous reading record. These not only support your child with their key sounds but are a crucial part of your child’s reading assessment. Please can you ensure you are reading for at least 20 minutes a day with your child and noting down their progress. Thank you!