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Week 8 Commencing 1st June

New Read Write Inc information 

Please note time of Speed Sounds lessons and additional Red word and reading longer words sessions. 

English -RWInc

a) Daily Speed Sound Practice - see the Read Write Inc Daily Recordings link below.

An integral part of learning to read is recognising and reading the sounds that make up words.

In school the children learn to read and write using the Read Write Inc phonics Scheme.

It is really important that the children practise their sounds on a daily basis.

Read Write Inc are releasing a speed sound lesson each day on you tube - speed sounds 2 at 10am and speed sounds 3 at 10.30.The lessons are sequential and follow an order. 

Most children should watch the speed sounds 3 lessons but some would also benefit from watching the speed sounds 2 lessons.  

The lessons stay on the website for 24 hours so you could watch these live; alternatively you can watch them later on that day or even first thing the next morning. The RWI team will cover a sound each day. The recording is just like a normal classroom lesson so the children will know the format and can join in. 

WATCH THE LESSONS DAILY WITH YOUR CHILD

ENCOURAGING THEM TO JOIN IN WITH THE TEACHER.

 

Handwriting Practise

Maths 

Topic:Science:Materials.

We will look at this Science topic for at least the next two weeks. There will be resources added that have been previously used successfully in class and  next week some additional resources from BBC Bitesize.

Use the resources below to discuss our new topic “Materials”. There is a lot to think and talk about so take your time and enjoy!

Week 1(wk bg 1/6): Look at and discuss 

  • Materials photograph  PowerPoint
  • Materials PowerPoint
  • Comparing and grouping everyday materials activity PowerPoint
  • Describing materials activity sheet
  • Challenge cards game

 DB Primary :Computing

Back on Track (1) (assigned)

Description

Activity to support and extend the teaching of basic algorithms and to develop understanding of sequencing in computer programming, where pupils begin to understand how to debug a sequence to correctly draw a line or shape on the screen.

 

Back on Track (2) (assigned)

Description

Activity to support and extend the teaching of basic algorithms and to develop understanding of sequencing in computer programming, where pupils begin to understand how to debug a sequence to correctly draw a line or shape on the screen.

Learning Objectives

 

 

 

 

 

Week 8 Additional Activities

 

Below is a document with additional ideas and activities. Each week is themed across all year groups. This week's them is: UNDER THE SEA.

 

These are not compulsory but there are some fun ideas.

 

Activities in these weekly topic packs include a range of other curriculum areas such as Science, Art & Design, History, Geography, Computing, RE and PHSE.

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