Watch the PowerPoint that I put on and practise all the sounds. Continue to use the set 2 stretchy sounds booklet. This week we are concentrating only on the ighsound. In the booklet work through pages 9-10.
Being a Beekeeper is a very important job. Beekeepers take care of colonies if bees that had once been killed through disease and pests. They provide weatherproof boxes for homes, they act as insect doctors and check that the Queen is strong and new bees are growing. On your sheet draw and label the equipment you would need to be a beekeeper. Look at the pages below to remind you.
Bees build their hives out of tiny cells shaped like hexagons (with six sides). This shape lets adult bees fit a huge number of cells into the hive, holding thousands of new bee eggs. Look around your house can you see anything that is a hexagon shape. Look at the worksheet below which explains what you have to do.
In your garden use coloured hoops or something to represent flowers on the floor. See if child can toss bean bag bees onto the flowers. Vary the size of the hoops being used and gradually encourage child to throw from greater distances. Model and reinforce strategies and techniques for throwing either under or over arm accurately.
(MH30-50f, h; 40-60c, d, e, g; ELGi)
Billy Dogs Gruff - You should be able to read lots of these words (this can be read throughout the week). Should develop confidence and fluency.