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 3 Handwriting You’ve got this!
Activity. You find The King of Tiny Things and he doesn’t look very well. How would you take care of him and make him better?
Write on your sheet, in sentences what you would do to make him better.
Solving problems – Halving. 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.
Links to The King of Tiny Things.
Talk about minibeasts, discussing what they are, where they live and focus upon the fact that they are living creatures. Encourage them to think about how they can respect minibeasts such as not harming them or destroying the places in which they are found. During discussions relate this to the children, thinking about how they feel when they are hurt and how they feel when things that belong to them are damaged.
Ask your child to imagine they are tiny minibeasts. What sort of things might frighten them? Talk about the importance of behaving as ‘gentle giants’ when working with such small animals.
(MR40-60a, b; ELGii, iii; SCSA40-60a; ELGi, ii, iii links with LA40-60a; ELGii, iii)
Animal upsets story – You should be able to read lots of these words (this can be read throughout the week).