Please make sure that you read every day to an adult and discuss the text.
You could read anything from your house - books, comics, cereal packets, tv subtitles.
Don't forget that you have access to Rising Stars reading planet where you will find the same books that we normally send home. Mrs Spooner has managed to open up the whole library of rising stars texts which means that children will have free access to all of the titles - remember to read your colour band and complete the quizzes at the end of the book (this will be another way for us to know that you are engaging with school work). If you have forgotten your log in details then please do get in touch.
You could also have a go at the reading challenges we posted here: https://www.galleyhill.herts.sch.uk/remote-learning-8/ - can you tick them all off by the time we return to school?
Look through these phonics sheets.
Think about the different ways in which 'o' can be pronounced.
Then read the sentence to your adult - identify the 'o' word.
Now your adult will read you a sentence. Have a go at writing that sentence using your phonics knowledge to help you.
You DO NOT need to print this sheet, you can complete your work on a whiteboard (just like we do in Phonics lessons) or into your book.
Today we are learning about the 4 different types of sentences - we have done this a few times in class already.
Have a look through the English Thursday PDF document. You could go back to wednesday and rewatch the traction man story if you would like to.
Your activity is included within the slides.
Don't forget to start each sentence with a capital letter and include the correct punctuation at the end of the sentence.
You can find more information and some support videos about sentence types here:
Today in maths we are building upon our learning about tally marks and we will be creating some block graphs (aka bar charts for those old enough to remember them!)
Look through the Thursday Maths PDF slides - there is a link to a youtube video included within the slides which will give you more support with block graphs.
When you reach the activity page you will need to choose the activity you think is the most suitable level for you and then open the 'Maths Task' document to see the task in detail.
If you are using squared paper you no longer need to draw a margin (yay!) but you must write only 1 digit or 1 symbol per square please.
Today you are looking at feelings and emotions.
Think about each question carefully and share your ideas with someone in your house.
Then draw a happy, sad, scared and angry face.
For PE today we would like you to choose 1 of the challenges to complete (see the PE challenge sheet below).
We would love to see photos (or even videos) of you completing your challenge so please do send them over to us.