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In your homework book, practice writing your name, making sure you have used a capital letter. Use the letter formation sheet to help you form you letters correctly.
Challenge. Write a sentence using some of the tricky words you have been practising. Can you show a
clear capital letter to begin your sentence? Bring you work into school to share with us!
PSHE - Feelings
Watch ‘Guess How Much I Love You’ by Sam McBratney
and discuss the story. How did the characters show their feelings for each other? How did they react to each other’s feelings? With your grown-up, show a range of different feelings e.g. eyes wide open for surprise. Make a list of the feelings you can show.
Miss Jenkins and Mrs Smith
Re- Cap Tricky words: little, what, do, when, oh, their, people, Mr, Mrs, looked, call, called
Recap- Sounds: all sounds and ay, a-e, ea, e-e, y(ee), ie
Introduce new tricky word: ask
Introduce new sound: i-e
Practise reading and spelling words: kite, ride, bike, hide, mine, like, tide
Practice reading and writing simple sentences: I like to ride my bike. This kite is mine!
New Tricky words: house/where/love
Recap- Sounds: a-e / e-e / y / ie / i-e / ow / o-e / oe
Introduce new sound: u-e / ue
Practise reading and spelling words: blue, mule, cruel, accuse, excuse
Practise reading alien words: buge, glute, nufe
Practice reading and writing simple sentences: I love to see blue sky! Can you please excuse me?