Hello all you Happy Pioneers,
Here are some suggestions for your Happy Learning:
Let’s begin with some phonics and reading.
I suggest that you revise all of the sounds on the sound mat to start off.
Then revise the digraphs ee,ai and oa. You could take a fresh look at Geraldine if you need to. You could pause the video and write the words together.
In the photographs you can see a collection of sentences with these digraphs. Read the sentences with a grown-up. Your Pioneer could try to write some of the words or the sentences. Keep the sound mat close to you and the Phase 2 High Frequency Words too.
Here are the digraphs to look at again ai,ao and ee. Each word has some letters missing. Can you figure out which digraph goes in each word? It is tricky. Go slowly and try them out. You can use these to write your own sentences too.
I have included a photograph of the high frequency words. These are very useful to read and to write.
Take a look at this link for extra support. You can turn the sound down and you can read the words as they come up:
Your new sound for today is a trigraph-igh-three letter,one sound.
Here is the link to Geraldine for this sound:
Take a look at the poster for words containing the -igh sound.
And now for some maths,
Here is a link to the website I would like you to use:
I would like you to use this to try out some subtraction for the song 5 Currant Buns. i hope that you all know how it goes…
If you do not want to use this maths app,you could draw out the song like a story map or play it out with your toys.
Please send me photographs and videos so I know how you are getting on.
In our book,What We’ll Build there is a beautiful illustration of a selection of useful tools. I have found a similar collection in my kitchen. Take a look at my picture and Oliver Jeffers picture. perhaps you could take a picture of a collection of tools in your house. Please share the picture with me.Ask some questions:
How does it work?
What is this for?
How does it work?
Tell me all about your interesting tools.
I look forward to seeing what’s in your kitchen drawer or tool box!
Let me know what I can do to help.