This week, we are going to be thinking and learning about ourselves.
Reading and Writing
Letters and Sounds
Alliteration is the repetition of the same sound or letter at the beginning of each or most of the words in a sentence.
Read our story of Sid the Sheep below. How many words can you hear that begin with the ‘s’ sound?
Can you gather any items that begin with the ‘s’ sound?
We are learning our new letter sound 's'.
Click on the link below to play our Eye Spy Game. How many words can you find beginning with the ‘s’ sound? Say the words aloud and circle them.
Practise writing the letter sound 's' by mark making in sugar (Or similar), forming the letter by using objects such as Cheerios, then using chalks or a pencil to write.
Keep practising saying and writing the letter sounds with your child when they are ready. Some children have started practising them in Nursery - m, a, s, d, t, p, o, w, c, f
Scroll down to the Pure Letter Sounds on the class page to hear the correct pronunciation.
Scroll down to the links on the class page for lower and upper case letter formations.
All children can practise writing their name using their name card.
Start on the 'red dot' encouraging your child to say the letter sound as they write over the letter. Ask your child to copy the letter underneath, in the space provided on their name card, encourage them to use the correct letter formation. Focus on your child writing their first name before moving on to their surname.
Scroll down the class page for more support regarding writing and mark making.
Today, we are going to be thinking about numbers. Click on the link below to watch Numberblock 1.
When your child is confident with number 1, watch Numberlocks Another 1 below.
Click on the link below or draw your own on paper.
Colour the crayon in your favourite colour. Then draw your favourite food.