To continue on from our learning about under the sea we are going to have a look at some information about sharks. Watch the clips below and see if you can find out any interesting facts.
Draw a picture of a shark and have a go at using your phonics to label it. Can you tell someone in your family an interesting fact you have found out about sharks?
Play a game like snakes and ladders with someone in your family and use 2 dice. Add the two dice together to find out how many spaces you need to move. Can you predict what number you will land on? How many more spaces do you need to move to win?
Jack rolled two dice and scored 10. Amir scored less than Jack, one of Amir's dice showed the number 5.
What other number could Amir have rolled?
Is there more than one answer?
Are there any numbers Amir could not have rolled?
Have a go at answering the questions on the quiz about this week's learning.
Mrs Clay's group
For your blending board you will need the graphemes; p, o, t, n, a, p.
Miss Plumb's group
For your blending board you will need the graphemes; v, a, n, e, t, w, i, s, ng.
The final day of reading the book Big, Bad Bug. You should now be able to read this book with more fluency and not have to sound out as many words. The login is Foundation Leopards or Foundation Tigers; password Glastonbury Thorn.
Mrs Bayer's group 1
Mrs Bayer's group 2
If you are using your blending board you will need the letters l g p t r n e a. If you use the cards to make the sight or Tricky for Now words you need the letters to make to the I no go into.