Good morning again, Robins and welcome to the final tasks for this week. We hope you have enjoyed everything so far.
As usual let's start with our phonics learning.
Let's start by practising reading our tricky words. Play the bees coming out of the hive game to practise these.
Now we would like you to practise writing some of these tricky words by putting them into these sentences. You don't need to write every sentence out in full (although you can if you want to) but please make sure you spell the tricky works correctly.
I fell and hurt _______ hand.
My mum gave ______ a hug.
My mum and dad _______ fantastic.
I was hungry so I ate _______ my dinner.
My dad went to the shop and _____ got me some sweets.
Tip for Parents - here are the missing words in order: my, me, are, all, he
As many of you will be enjoying Ramadan at home with your families at the moment, we thought you might like to read about a girl called Shamsa, who is enjoying this special time with her own family. In one of the slides, Shamsa talks about some of the ways she is helping at home and being kind to others.
Can you think about something kind and helpful that you are doing or have done at home? Can you draw a picture of it or send us a photographs and can you write a sentence or two to say what you have been doing? We would love to know!
For a bit of fun, have a look at this book of different Number Poems. Somebody at home will have to read them to you but then see if you can join in with them. I wonder which one will be your favourite?
To access the book you will need to go on the Oxford Owl website. The address and login details for this are on the previous page with the rest of the learning websites. Once on the site, search for 'Number Poems' and the book will load. Then you're ready to go. Have fun!