Remember to keep practising sounds and story green words and speedy green words. You don’t have to do all at once, just the ones you need the most practise with.
Day 2 Hold a sentence this can be found at the bottom of page 5, in a grey box. Read the sentence to your child and ask them to repeat it and tell them how many words in the sentence. Again this must be completely independent.
Question? If you were the King of Tiny Things, what rule would you have that humans had to follow. Talk it over with an adult or sibling in your house. Write a sentence on the activity sheet below. Remember to include finger spaces and full stops.
Solving problems – Doubling. Below is a sample of the sheet, however you can download as normal and write the answers on the sheet and take pictures of your activities.
Create woodland minibeasts using natural material.
In your back garden or when you go for a walk have a look for natural materials.
You are going to make their own woodland minibeasts from the found natural materials. Encourage the children to fashion the different parts of their minibeast using the selection of materials. Large stones are ideal for bodies, leaves make perfect wings, and different lengths of twigs can be used for legs and antennae.
Challenge them to make their very own newly invented minibeast, how about a ‘spifly’ or ‘caterbird’?
Once the creations are complete, photograph them and send me a copy.
(MH40-60g; ELGii links with EMM30-50j, k, l, m; 40-60c, d, e, g, h, i, j; ELGii)
Animal upsets story – You should be able to read lots of these words (this can be read throughout the week).