Home learning 6.7.20

Home Learning W/C 6.7.20

If anyone is struggling with a routine or organisation of the day/week here is a possible option that I have put together. This can be edited. I post lots of ideas and examples on this weekly post. Please don’t feel like you have to do it all. Keep it varied so the children stay interested and happy 🙂

Home learning timetable

I have set lots of Maths, Literacy and Science Activities for the children to work through on Education City. https://www.educationcity.com/

Daily lessons published by BBC bitesize

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z7s22sg/year-2-lessons/1

Please note: If your Free parent Twinkl subscription has expired you can sign up again using a different email address to access the resources for free.

Our current topic is Food Glorious Food

Literacy tasks – speaking and listening and performance 

Learn these songs, add actions and perform them to your family at home!

Maths 

As a whole school we follow the White Rose Maths Scheme. Below is a link for Year 2 home learning activities in the style that we teach and learn maths when at school. They are posting daily lessons supported by a teaching powerpoint and worksheets to complete and consolidate learning.

Below are the new Week 11 worksheets for w/c 6.7.20. The supporting videos can be found on Year-2-Summer-Week-11-1 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Lesson 1 – Litres

Lesson 2 – Temperature

Lesson 3 – O clock and half past

Lesson 4 – Quarter past and quarter to

These now linked with the bbc bitesize home learning activities too! https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbypscw

Other useful links:

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

Spelling 

Please complete the activity from our Read Write Inc programme

Practise these Year 2 common exception words too

Year 1 and 2 common exception word list

Handwriting 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-8918-year-2-term-1-to-3-spelling-handwriting-practice-bumper-resource-pack

Science – Plants 

This weekly planning is off Twinkl. It has 6 lessons. All lesson plans, powerpoints and resources are there to download and use. If you are following this weekly you will now be on Week 4 lesson 4 .

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-019-planit-science-year-2-plants-unit-pack

15.6.20 Week 1 Lesson 1 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-021-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-1-observing-plants-lesson-pack

22.6.20 Week 2 Lesson 2 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-022-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-2-seeds-and-bulbs-lesson-pack

29.6.20 Week 3 Lesson 3 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-023-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-3-life-cycles-lesson-pack

6.7.20 Week 4 Lesson 4 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-024-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-4-what-do-plants-need-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-025-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-5-plants-we-eat-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-026-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-6-how-different-plants-grow-lesson-pack

Also see education city activities https://www.educationcity.com/

Topic – Food Glorious Food at home 

Try some of these yummy recipes at home with a grown up!

au-t2-g-1107-A-World-of-Food-Class-Cookbook-Template

au-t2-g-1107-foods-from-around-the-world-activity-sheet

au-t2-g-1107-Brazilian-Hot-Dog-Recipe-Sheet

au-t2-g-1107-Crispy-Sping-Rolls-Recipe-sheet

au-t2-g-1107-Damper-recipe-sheet

au-t2-g-1107-pancake-recipe-sheet

au-t2-g-1107-slow-cooker-vegetable-risotto-recipe-sheet

Art – linked to science – plants

This weekly planning is off Twinkl. It has 6 lessons. All lesson plans, powerpoints and resources are there to download and use. If you are following this weekly you will now be on Week 4 lesson 4.

18.6.20 Week 1 Lesson 1 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-021-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-1-mini-models-lesson-pack

22.6.20 Week 2 Lesson 2 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-022-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-2-drawing-from-nature-lesson-pack

29.6.20 Week 3 Lesson 3https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-023-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-3-woodland-walk-lesson-pack

6.7.20 Week 4 Lesson 4 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-024-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-4-land-art-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-025-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-5-big-build-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-026-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-6-showcase-collage-lesson-pack

 

PE

Home learning 6.7.20

Please continue to use Education City to aid home learning in Literacy, Maths and Science.

https://www.educationcity.com/

An example of a Home Learning Timetable to help with anyone struggling for a routine similar to school.

Timetable example for home learning

Maths:

Please follow the White Rose Maths scheme of learning. This week is Week 11 – supporting videos can be found here Year-1-Summer-Week-11 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/ Year-2-Summer-Week-11-1https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Year 1 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Find a half (1)

Lesson 2 – Find a half (2)

Lesson 3 – Find a quarter (1)

Lesson 4 – Find a quarter (2)

Year 2 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Litres

Lesson 2 – Temperature

Lesson 3 – O clock and half past

Lesson 4 – Quarter past and quarter to

Literacy:

Here is a link to the story below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFORvXhub28

Science: Animals including humans 

What do I eat?

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-008-planit-science-year-1-animals-including-humans-lesson-6-what-do-i-eat-lesson-pack

Phonics:

Alternative spelling for ar and ur

Examples of alternative ar – car part market

ar = a – father lather rather

ar = al – calm palm half almond

 

Examples of alternative ur = surf turf turn

ur = or – word world worse worm worship

ur = ear – pearl learn earth early

Practise reading and spelling high frequency words – looked who think

Also practise reading and spelling the words off the list below…

Year 1 and 2 common exception word list

Topic – Under the Sea Cooking 

starry-eyed-stan-octopus-treasure-veggie-platter-recipe

ocean-soup-recipe

 

I have loved seeing some great work already, so thank you to those who have emailed! If you would like to email me photos of your work, any arts or crafts or activities you have been doing, I would love to see them! You can email me on edwards.l@shawburystmarys.co.uk

Keep safe and keep smiling 🙂

Home learning 6.7.20

This half term’s topic is Mini-beasts!

This week the focus is going to be back to the Hungry Caterpillar! Work with an adult to follow the recipes that are linked to the hungry caterpillar story.

Literacy 

Try writing a shopping list of ingredients you will need

Phonics 

Maths 

 

Topic:

Try creating some of your own mini beast snacks

 

Hope everyone is happy and well at home…keep smiling 🙂

Home learning 6.7.20

This half term’s topic is Mini-beasts!

This week the focus is going to be back to the Hungry Caterpillar! Work with an adult to follow the recipes that are linked to the hungry caterpillar story.

Literacy 

Try writing a shopping list of ingredients you will need

Year 1 –

Try writing a shopping list of ingredients you will need

Try rewriting one of the recipes that you made

Phonics 

Maths 

 

  • Year 1

Please follow the White Rose Maths scheme of learning. This week is Week 11 6.7.20 – supporting videos can be found here Year-1-Summer-Week-11 https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Year 1 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Find a half (1)

Lesson 2 – Find a half (2)

Lesson 3 – Find a quarter (1)

Lesson 4 – Find a quarter (2)

Topic:

Try creating some of your own mini beast snacks

 

Hope everyone is happy and well at home…keep smiling 🙂

Home Learning 29.6.20

This half term’s topic is Mini-beasts!

This week the focus is going to be Mini Beast songs

Literacy 

Have a go at learning and performing the mini beast songs

Phonics 

Maths 

 

Topic: Make a bug hotel

https://schoolgardening.rhs.org.uk/resources/project/make-a-bug-hotel

What makes a good bug hotel?

The best bug hotels have lots of small spaces in different shapes and sizes and made from different materials. Ideally some should be nice and dry inside, and others a bit dampish. Bug hotels are generally made from reclaimed materials, or natural objects, which reduces cost, helps them blend in with their surroundings and is probably more attractive to the mini-beast guests.

Preparation

Gather all the materials you may require. If working with younger pupils ask the adults to pile the pallets or materials into a safe tower before the pupils arrive.

Equipment needed

  • Old wooden disused pallets
  • Twigs, logs with holes drilled in them, bark, bamboo canes, straw, pine cones
  • Terracotta pots, pipes, old roofing slates or tiles
  • Green roofing material, turf or other solid material to cover the top or ‘roof’ of the bug hotel

Hints & tips

What might check in to your bug hotel?

A surprisingly wide variety of invertebrates including nesting mason bees and leaf cutter bees, woodlice hiding from the sun – and woodlice spiders hunting woodlice, earwigs hiding their babies from predators, ladybirds and lacewings hibernating over winter, beetle larvae feeding on the dead wood, funnel web spiders and centipedes storing their prey.

Small bug or ladybird home

https://schoolgardening.rhs.org.uk/Resources/Activity/Make-a-simple-bug-or-ladybird-home

Create an insect home, place it in your garden and see who comes to visit!

Step by step

  1. Cut the end off a plastic drinks bottle or cut a plastic pipe to 20cm in length. To reduce, reuse and recycle plastic plant pots, milk cartons or old carboard coffee cups can also be used.
  2. Make newspaper tubes by cutting newspaper lengthways and rolling up. Ensure there is a hole in the centre of around 4mm. Rolled corrugated cardboard can also be used.
  3. Cut the material to the length of the pot or bottle. The bamboo needs to be cut so that the solid node is at the closed end or the whole length is hollow.
  4. Fit the materials tightly into the bottle or pot, so they won’t fall out. Ensure the hollow ends are facing outwards, and will be protected from rain.
  5. Place your bug home almost horizontally in a warm spot with the open end slightly lower to prevent water logging. Bug homes are best placed no higher than 1m above the ground. The best places to put them are in a tree, bush, at the base of a tree and most importantly in a quiet place.
  6. The best season to make a bug home would be early autumn, so the insects have somewhere to hibernate for the winter.

 

Hope everyone is happy and well at home…keep smiling 🙂

Home Learning 29.6.20

Please continue to use Education City to aid home learning in Literacy, Maths and Science.

https://www.educationcity.com/

An example of a Home Learning Timetable to help with anyone struggling for a routine similar to school.

Timetable example for home learning

Maths:

Please follow the White Rose Maths scheme of learning. This week is Week 10 – supporting videos can be found here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/ https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Year 1 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Ordering numbers

Lesson 2 – Recognising coins

Lesson 3 – Recognising notes

Year 2 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Measure mass in grams

Lesson 2 – Measure mass in kilograms

Lesson 3 – Compare volume

Lesson 4 – Milliltres

Literacy:

Here is a link to the story below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jn1FBkrHNKg

Science: Animals including humans 

Animal Bodies

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-007-planit-science-year-1-animals-including-humans-lesson-5-animal-bodies-lesson-pack

Activity Sheet Bizarre Beasts

Activity Sheet Animal Bodies

 

Phonics:

Alternative spelling for i and ear 

Examples of alternative i –

i = y – funny happy Mummy Daddy

i = ey – donkey volley trolley valley

https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/list-4720.htm

https://www.spellzone.com/word_lists/list-213.htm

Examples of alternative ear =

ear = ere – here mere severe

ear = eer – beer sheer veer

Phase-5-alt-spellings_EAR-story-DB-2012

Phase-5-alt-spellings-grid-for_ear_DB2013

Practise reading and spelling high frequency words – Mr, Mrs, took, home 

Also practise reading and spelling the words off the list below…

Year 1 and 2 common exception word list

Topic – Under the Sea Crafts 

Make an under the sea show box habitat

 

I have loved seeing some great work already, so thank you to those who have emailed! If you would like to email me photos of your work, any arts or crafts or activities you have been doing, I would love to see them! You can email me on edwards.l@shawburystmarys.co.uk

Keep safe and keep smiling 🙂

 

Home Learning 29.6.20

Home Learning W/C 29.6.20

If anyone is struggling with a routine or organisation of the day/week here is a possible option that I have put together. This can be edited. I post lots of ideas and examples on this weekly post. Please don’t feel like you have to do it all. Keep it varied so the children stay interested and happy 🙂

Home learning timetable

I have set lots of Maths, Literacy and Science Activities for the children to work through on Education City. https://www.educationcity.com/

Daily lessons published by BBC bitesize

https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/tags/z7s22sg/year-2-lessons/1

Please note: If your Free parent Twinkl subscription has expired you can sign up again using a different email address to access the resources for free.

Our current topic is Food Glorious Food

Writing tasks – Jack and the Beanstalk 

This week your task is to familiarise yourself with the story Jack and the bean stalk. Use your story map plan to write your version of the story in your own words.

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-5096-jack-and-the-beanstalk-story-powerpoint

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/jack-and-the-beanstalk-ebook-tp-l-52314

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5rxfLRgXRE

Above are some different versions of the story to help with your planning and writing.

Below are some activities to help you become more familiar with the events of the story.

Jack and the beanstalk story map

Jack and the beanstalk sequencing activity

Jack and the beanstalk sequencing activity Jack and the beanstalk story board template

Jack and the beanstalk stick puppets

You can use this paper to write your story on.

Narrow Lined

Maths 

As a whole school we follow the White Rose Maths Scheme. Below is a link for Year 2 home learning activities in the style that we teach and learn maths when at school. They are posting daily lessons supported by a teaching powerpoint and worksheets to complete and consolidate learning.

Below are the new Week 10 worksheets for w/c 29.6.20. The supporting videos can be found on  https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Lesson 1 – Measure mass in grams

Lesson 2 – Measure mass in kilograms

Lesson 3 – Compare volume

Lesson 4 – Milliltres

These now linked with the bbc bitesize home learning activities too! https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/articles/zbypscw

Other useful links:

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

Spelling 

Please complete the activity from our Read Write Inc programme

Practise these Year 2 common exception words too

Year 1 and 2 common exception word list

Handwriting 

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-l-8918-year-2-term-1-to-3-spelling-handwriting-practice-bumper-resource-pack

Science – Plants 

This weekly planning is off Twinkl. It has 6 lessons. All lesson plans, powerpoints and resources are there to download and use. If you are following this weekly you will now be on Week 3 lesson 3 .

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-019-planit-science-year-2-plants-unit-pack

15.6.20 Week 1 Lesson 1 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-021-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-1-observing-plants-lesson-pack

22.6.20 Week 2 Lesson 2 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-022-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-2-seeds-and-bulbs-lesson-pack

29.6.20 Week 3 Lesson 3 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-023-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-3-life-cycles-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-024-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-4-what-do-plants-need-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-025-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-5-plants-we-eat-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-026-planit-science-year-2-plants-lesson-6-how-different-plants-grow-lesson-pack

Also see education city activities https://www.educationcity.com/

Topic – Food Glorious Food at home 

Try some of these yummy recipes at home with a grown up!

 

Art – linked to science – plants

This weekly planning is off Twinkl. It has 6 lessons. All lesson plans, powerpoints and resources are there to download and use. If you are following this weekly you will now be on Week 3 lesson 3.

18.6.20 Week 1 Lesson 1 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-021-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-1-mini-models-lesson-pack

22.6.20 Week 2 Lesson 2 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-022-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-2-drawing-from-nature-lesson-pack

29.6.20 Week 3 Lesson 3 https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-023-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-3-woodland-walk-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-024-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-4-land-art-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-025-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-5-big-build-lesson-pack

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-ad-026-planit-art-ks1-nature-sculptures-lesson-6-showcase-collage-lesson-pack

 

PE

Home Learning 29.6.20

This half term’s topic is Mini-beasts!

This week the focus is going to be Mini Beast songs

Literacy 

Have a go at learning and performing the mini beast songs

Year 1 – try and make up your own song about a chosen mini beast – add actions and perform to your family.

Phonics 

  • Reception – Phase 3 activities 
  • Phase 3 ai worksheet
  • Phase 3 ar worksheet
  • Phase 3 ch worksheet
  • Year 1 – Phase 5 
  • Practise reading these tricky words – many, laughed, because, different, any, eyes, friends, once, please.
  • Alternative pronunciation of the ch graphemes.
  • Teach alternative pronunciations for the ch grapheme. Practise sorting words into lists by the way the ch grapheme is pronounced. Words: church, chick, crunch, pinch, chirping, school, chemist, chord, chorus, technical, chef, chalet, brochure, machine
  • Alternative-Pronunciation-Of-CH-Sorting-Game

Maths 

 

  • Year 1

Please follow the White Rose Maths scheme of learning. This week is Week 10 29.6.20 – supporting videos can be found here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/

Year 1 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Ordering numbers

Lesson 2 – Recognising coins

Lesson 3 – Recognising notes

 

 

Topic: Make a bug hotel

https://schoolgardening.rhs.org.uk/resources/project/make-a-bug-hotel

What makes a good bug hotel?

The best bug hotels have lots of small spaces in different shapes and sizes and made from different materials. Ideally some should be nice and dry inside, and others a bit dampish. Bug hotels are generally made from reclaimed materials, or natural objects, which reduces cost, helps them blend in with their surroundings and is probably more attractive to the mini-beast guests.

Preparation

Gather all the materials you may require. If working with younger pupils ask the adults to pile the pallets or materials into a safe tower before the pupils arrive.

Equipment needed

  • Old wooden disused pallets
  • Twigs, logs with holes drilled in them, bark, bamboo canes, straw, pine cones
  • Terracotta pots, pipes, old roofing slates or tiles
  • Green roofing material, turf or other solid material to cover the top or ‘roof’ of the bug hotel

Hints & tips

What might check in to your bug hotel?

A surprisingly wide variety of invertebrates including nesting mason bees and leaf cutter bees, woodlice hiding from the sun – and woodlice spiders hunting woodlice, earwigs hiding their babies from predators, ladybirds and lacewings hibernating over winter, beetle larvae feeding on the dead wood, funnel web spiders and centipedes storing their prey.

Small bug or ladybird home

https://schoolgardening.rhs.org.uk/Resources/Activity/Make-a-simple-bug-or-ladybird-home

Create an insect home, place it in your garden and see who comes to visit!

Step by step

  1. Cut the end off a plastic drinks bottle or cut a plastic pipe to 20cm in length. To reduce, reuse and recycle plastic plant pots, milk cartons or old carboard coffee cups can also be used.
  2. Make newspaper tubes by cutting newspaper lengthways and rolling up. Ensure there is a hole in the centre of around 4mm. Rolled corrugated cardboard can also be used.
  3. Cut the material to the length of the pot or bottle. The bamboo needs to be cut so that the solid node is at the closed end or the whole length is hollow.
  4. Fit the materials tightly into the bottle or pot, so they won’t fall out. Ensure the hollow ends are facing outwards, and will be protected from rain.
  5. Place your bug home almost horizontally in a warm spot with the open end slightly lower to prevent water logging. Bug homes are best placed no higher than 1m above the ground. The best places to put them are in a tree, bush, at the base of a tree and most importantly in a quiet place.
  6. The best season to make a bug home would be early autumn, so the insects have somewhere to hibernate for the winter.

 

Hope everyone is happy and well at home…keep smiling 🙂

Home Learning 22.6.20

This half term’s topic is Mini-beasts!

This week the focus is going to be the story ‘The bad tempered ladybird’ by Eric Carle

If you do not have a copy of this book at home please see the you tube link below

Literacy 

Story: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CFMaEVfntnM

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-12594-the-bad-tempered-ladybird-story-sack

 

Phonics 

Maths 

ladybird-doubles-to-10-activity-sheet

Eyfs-maths-solving-problems-ndash-doubling-home-learning-challenges

 

Topic:

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-5222-ladybird-life-cycle-powerpoint

Ladybird-life-cycle-activity-sheets

Ladybird-Life-Cycle-Word-Mat

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-1085-ladybird-life-cycle-workbook

Art:

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/toilet-roll-ladybird-craft-activity-5-9-t-tp-2549635

Hope everyone is happy and well at home…keep smiling 🙂

Home learning 22.6.20

Please continue to use Education City to aid home learning in Literacy, Maths and Science.

https://www.educationcity.com/

An example of a Home Learning Timetable to help with anyone struggling for a routine similar to school.

Timetable example for home learning

Maths:

Please follow the White Rose Maths scheme of learning. This week is Week 9 – supporting videos can be found here https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-1/ https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/year-2/

Year 1 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Counting to 100

Lesson 2 – Partitioning numbers

Lesson 3 – Comparing numbers (1)

Lesson 4 – Comparing numbers (2)

Year 2 Worksheets:

Lesson 1 – Measure length (cm)

Lesson 2 – Compare lengths

Lesson 3 – Four operations with lengths

Lesson 4 – Compare mass

Literacy:

Here is a link to the story below:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nAsWp7RQqr8

Science: Animals including humans 

Grouping animals

https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/tp-sc-006-planit-science-year-1-animals-including-humans-lesson-4-grouping-animals-lesson-pack

Activity Sheet Grouping Animals

Animal Pictures Resource Sheet

Phonics:

Alternative spelling for s, z u 

Examples of alternative s – sick sit sink

st = listen, whistle, castle

se = house grease purse

Ph5_Table-Cards_alt-spell-for_-s—ce–sound_DB2010

Ph5_Table-Cards_alt-spell-for_-s—se–sound_DB2010 Ph5_Table-Cards_alt-spell-for_-s—st–sound_DB2010

Phase-5-Alt-Spellings_s-Draw-the-sound-buttons-DB2015

Phase-5-revision-alt-spellings-grid-for-s-DB2013

Examples of alternative z = zip zap zoo

se = please tease cheese

Phase-5-alt-spell-for_-z-sound-table-cards-DB2010

Phase-5-alt-spell-for-z-table-cards–Sassoon–DB2015

Phase-5-alt-spellings_revision-grid-for-z-DB2013

Phase-5-Alt-Spelling-z-Draw-the-sound-buttons-DB2015

 

Examples of alternative u = spelt o sounds like u

= son come some done

Phase-5-alt-spell-for_u-Table-Cards-DB2014

Phase-5-alt-spell-for-u-Table-Cards–Sassoon–DB2015

Phase-5-Alt-spellings_revision-grid-for-u-DB2013

Phase-5-Alt-Spellings-for-u_Draw-the-sound-buttons-DB2015

Pracise reading and spelling high frequency words – people would or 

Also practise reading and spelling the words off the list below…

Year 1 and 2 common exception word list

 

I have loved seeing some great work already, so thank you to those who have emailed! If you would like to email me photos of your work, any arts or crafts or activities you have been doing, I would love to see them! You can email me on edwards.l@shawburystmarys.co.uk

Keep safe and keep smiling 🙂