To start today's phonics please can you recap all of your phase 3 and phase 5 sounds.You can use your sound mats or you could use the flash cars on phonics play www.phonicsplay.co.uk
Can you now practise your tricky words- You need to be able to read and spell these
This week I would like you to practice your common exception words. You need to be able to read and write these words.
Today we want to pick 5 words that you might have struggled to read and write yesterday and i want you to learn to read and spell them. This can be in lots of different ways. You could make some flash cards with the words on to help you read them.
To help you spell them why don't you try some of these activities or ones that you can find at the bottom of this page
This weeks writing challenges will help you to be able to correctly use exclamation marks in sentences. Watch the following short video to remind you of what an exclamation mark is.
An exclamation mark looks like this: !
You can use an exclamation mark to show we are shocked, surprised and excited. Here are some examples:
You can also use an exclamation mark at the end of an exclamation sentence. These sentences must start with 'What' or 'How' and include a verb. For example: What a great person you are!
See if you can highlight where the exclamation marks should go.
Lesson 2 - Subtract within 20
Watch the following video and have ago at the activity.
Print out the worksheet or write the answers down. Ask an adult or sibling to check your answers.