Monday 15th June

Good morning Hedgehogs Class. I hope you all had a lovely weekend and managed to go outside, spend time with your family and do something that makes you happy! We have a fun filled week of home learning ahead and I can’t wait to see your work. Don’t forget to send me your photos and ask me any questions on hedgehog@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk 

HEALTHY HAPPY HEDGEHOGS

  • At the moment, we have to keep a distance between ourselves and people who don’t live in our house. This can be very hard, especially when it is someone we love and have missed. Watch the video below and enjoy the story ‘While We Can’t Hug’ to find out how else we can show someone we love them.

COMMUNICATION AND LANGUAGE – Discuss the picture of the day from Pobble 365; When We Were Young

Talk about the bullet points below with an adult.

  • What can you see in today’s picture?
  • The picture is called ‘When We Were Young’. The two people in the picture have grown older.
  • What do you think they can’t do now that they used to enjoy when they were younger?

LITERACY

  • Use the story map you made last week to retell the story of Little Red Riding Hood using big actions!
  • Watch today’s literacy video to see how I have innovated the story of Little Red Riding Hood. This means I have made changes to the story.

  • Use the story map and story planner that you made last week to change the main character and the ending of your story.

PHONICS MISS PROCTOR’S GROUP

  • Practise spelling words using phase 3 digraphs on rocket rescue on Phonics Play.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/3/rocket-rescue

  • Watch the video below to find out about words with squashed together sounds at the start of the word. These are called CCVC words.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item63778/gradef/module63423/index.html

  • Practise blending CCVC words using the game on the link below.

https://central.espresso.co.uk/espresso/primary_uk/subject/module/video/item63778/gradef/module63423/index.html

  • Read the sentence below and decide if the answer is yes or no.
     

    • Can a clock feel sad and cross?

PHONICS MRS BUTCHER’S GROUP

  • Play set 6 time trials on Phonics Play to recap recognising the graphemes we have learnt recently.
  • https://www.phonicsbloom.com/uk/game/flash-cards-time-trial?phase=3
  • Today we are recapping the ‘ai’ and ‘ee’ graphemes. Watch today’s video to practise reading and sorting words.

  • Sort the words below into two groups. One group of ‘ai’ words and one group of ‘ee’ words.

tail     hail     seed     need     feel     rail     mail     nail     peel     queen     teeth

  • Read the sentence below and decide if the answer is yes or no.

Do all shops sell nails?

MATHS

  • Get something ready to write with and watch today’s maths video and record how many sounds you can hear.

  • Continue watching the video to explore ways of making 10.
  • Make two sets of cards with the numbers 0-6 on each card.

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

 

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

 

  • Use a noughts and crosses grid and play a game of 10 in a row against a partner.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • To play the game you need to shuffle a set of 0-6 cards in front of each player. Take it in turns to choose a card and put it on the grid.
  • Choose another card to put next to your first number. The aim of the game is to have a row of three numbers that total 10.

UNDERSTANDING THE WORLD

  • Watch clip from the story ‘The Way Back Home’ by Oliver Jeffers up to 1 minute and 30 seconds.

READING

  • Owls and Rabbits – Log in to Oxford Owl (email hedgehog@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk for our class log in if required).
  • Choose ‘The Ice Rink’ and read pages 1-5 to an adult.
  • Have you ever been ice skating?
  • Look at Wilf’s face. Do you think he is enjoying it?
  • Foxes and Badgers- Log in to Oxford Owl (email hedgehog@bacup-st-saviours.lancs.sch.uk for our class log in if required).
  • Choose ‘Tiger’s Fish’ and read pages 1-7 to an adult. What type of pet would you choose?

 
This week’s suggested play activities are…

  • Make a story puppet of your new character and retell your innovated story of Little Red Riding Hood.
  • Design and make a space rocket for Oliver to travel back from the moon.
  • Pack a space picnic and pretend to eat it on the moon.
  • Imagine that you have met an alien in space. Draw a picture or make the alien using dough. Write a sentence to describe your alien.
  • Dress up in your own space suit using clothes and accessories from around your house.
  • Help serve up the tea at home by sharing pieces of food equally (such as sausages, wedges or fish fingers).
  • Play a large game of noughts and crosses outside. Use chalk, sticks or ribbon to make your frame.
  • Play ‘Kim’s Game’ using 6 objects that you gather from around your house. Cover them up and ask an adult to remove one object without you looking. Uncover them and try to guess which ones is missing. Use words to describe the object you think is missing, such as the shiny metal spoon.
  • Play a game of ‘What is it made of’ around your house or when you are next on a walk. Try to find something made from plastic, metal, wood, glass, cardboard and fabric.
  • Use a selection of toys from home to make your own story. Use the story planner we used in our Literacy lessons to think about the characters, setting, problem and ending. Practise telling your story with your toys.
  • Learn the dance moves for one of Hedgehog Class’ favourite songs ‘I’m Still Standing’ on Go Noodle. https://family.gonoodle.com/activities/im-still-standing
  • Join in with the illustrator Rob Biddulph and draw your own space alien.

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