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. We will update your book list every so often with new books. If you have forgotten your log in details then please do get in touch.
You could also have a go at the reading challenges on the first page - 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 'i' can be pronounced.
Then read the sentence to your adult - identify the 'i' word.
Now your adult will read you a sentence. Have a go at writing that sentence using your phonics knowledge to help you.
In English we will be looking at the story of Traction Man.
Start by looking at the PDF document and it will tell you when to watch the youtube video.
Your activity is included within the slides in the PDF document.
In Maths this week we are looking at graphs.
Start by reading through the PDF slides. Have a go at answering the questions within the slides on a whiteboard or scrap paper or just out loud (there is no need to record these).
Your activities are explained within the slides, you will need to open up the document 'Maths Tasks' and choose the level you think will be most appropriate for you.
Wednesday is normally our slot to visit the school Woodlands which we know you all really enjoyed doing and so we have come up with an outdoor learning challenge for you to have a go at either in your garden or on your daily exercise (wrap up warm it's a bit chilly out there!).
In science we are starting our new topic exploring materials and their properties.
In our first lesson you will be exploring the dunking properties of a biscuit.
Start by reading through the slides in the PDF and then complete the 'Science task' sheet some of which will need to be completed before you begin your investigation and some during your investigation.
Have fun and let us know what you find out!