We can't believe that this is our final week of the summer term. You have all been brilliant at keeping up with your learning. Well done to all the amazing home bubble learners. Well done to all the fantastic school bubble learners.
Suggested work for the week.
Our focus this week is on the environment and staying safe this summer.
This week we would like you to revise your sounds. Watch and join in with the Letters and Sounds review lessons and then have a go at the phonics games.
Read as often as you can throughout the week. Try reading some of your own favourites again.
Remember you can read your books on Bug Club and also find books on Oxford Owl
Have you looked at the Summer Reading Challenge 2020? The Reading Challenge normally takes place in the public libraries, but this year has been set up on line. It will celebrate funny books, happiness and laughter. If you take part in the challenge, you will join the silly squad, an adventurous team of animals who love to have a laugh and get stuck in to all kinds of funny books.
Ask your family to look at the link below for more information.
We are now starting to revise capital letter formation. This week please use your Kinetic Letter Mat to practise
the sliding lines group: A, M, N, W, V, X, Z, ,Y
Practise two letters each day. You can practise the lower case equivalent alongside the capital letters.
This week we are going to focus on the environment. Our story this week is called "Somebody Swallowed Stanley" by Sarah Roberts.
Use the link below to listen to the story.
Follow the link below to find out how the author spends her time looking after the coastlines and ocean animals. Remember any of the suggestions she makes can only be done with an adult.
Activity 1: Design a Poster
Design a poster to tell people about plastic pollution in the ocean and the problems it causes. Is there anyone in your family that you can share the message with? You can use the paper below to design your poster.
Safety by the Sea
Use the link below to find out about the RNLI.
Activity 2: Seaside Safety
Read the seaside safety information and answer the questions.
Activity 3: Spot the Dangers
Use the pictures below to spot all the dangers on the beach, the river and the harbour.
Activity 4: Safety by the seaside checklist
Create a list of things to remember and share it with your family about keeping safe at the seaside. Use the points below to help you set out your work.
1. Add a heading
e.g. Keeping Safe by the Sea.
2. Add bullet points.
3. Add your facts as sentences
e.g. Always hold a grown-up's hand by the sea.
You can use the paper below to write your checklist.
RNLI Water Safety Passport
If you would like to find out more about being safe at the seaside you can follow the RNLI link below. You can download the Water Safety Passport and complete the activities with a grown up to help you to learn more about keeping safe near water.
Complete the mathematics mats and then have a go at the addition and subtraction worksheets.