This week we are learning about the difference between human and physical geography. Ask your child to write a label for each different example in the booklet. Can they identify the different human and physical features in Worksop and add them to the table?
Write a sentence for each feature explaining it further. eg. A beach is an area of sand or pebbles that leads to the sea. I have attached a PowerPoint presentation to help find this information.
human and physical images
Human and Physical Geography booklet
Please follow the writing activities provided in the booklets. This week we are applying our phase 2 and phase 3 phonics knowledge by writing labels and sentence to match the picture.
Phase 2 phonics application CVC words
Phase 2 phonics application sentences
phase 3 phonics application sentences
Daily phonics lessons can be accessed on line. Please read the leaflet below for information regarding this.
FLYER – Online Phonics Lessons
This week we will been learning the phase 5 graphemes; ir, ue, aw, wh.
Please practice reading and writing the following words with your child at home.
girl, shirt, glue, blue, saw, claw, whip, lawn.
Please practice reading the following tricky words.
Mrs, looked, called, asked, oh.
Please practice spellings the following tricky words with your child at home;
some, come, were, there, said.
Phase 3 Revisit
In addition to teaching phase 5 phonics we are also revisiting phase 3. This weeks graphemes are; oo, ar and or
Please practice reading and writing the following words with your child.
book, took, moon, spoon, car, park, fork, form.
Please read with your child everyday at home.
Reading books are sent home with the children on Mondays. Please return books to school on Fridays. Your child’s reading at home can be recorded on their Tapestry account. If you would like any support with this please feel free to email me.
You can further support your child with their reading by following the prompts below.
Predicting – What do they think this text is about?
Clarify – What new vocabulary have they experienced? Meaning?
Question – What would they still like to know?
Summary – In their words, what is the text about?
Oxford Owl have free e- books that you can download onto your devices at home.
If you would like to know your child’s reading level for this website, please email me and I can send you the information individually.
Follow the link below for handwriting practice.
This week we have been practicing the following letters; m, d, g, o, c, k
Each week there will be links to new activities to complete on ‘My Maths’ and ‘Maths with Parents’
This is a great resource with tutorial videos and activities for maths.
You have received a welcome letter and login details to access this resource in an email.
If you haven’t had the details or are experiencing any problems getting started then please let me know.
Every two weeks new tasks will be set. There are helpful videos for you and your child to watch together.
Each week new tasks will be set for your child to complete at home.
Please use the following details to help you get started and log in;
Your login is: hfps
Your password is: boostholy
Then use your child’s individual login details. Pease email me if you have any questions or need any log in details.
Times Tables Rockstars
Please follow the link below to access this resource. A new times table challenge is set each week.
If you need any login details, please just ask and I can email these to you.