Phonics: Today’s new sounds is ew – “chew the stew”.
Literacy: LO: As a writer, I will be able to recognise and use rhyming words.
Re-read our story/listen to the story and look at sections of the book as you go along. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl2uxhhBJ8I
What do you recognise about the story? Underline/write down the rhyming words of the story and discuss these further. Can you think of other words that can rhyme?
Parents please could you model how to start making a list of rhyming words found in the story. (Year 1: List is underneath each other (can use bullet points)/Year 2: Commas used in a list to separate items).
Activity: Year 2: Children to list rhyming words found in the story using commas between each rhyming word. Can they add another 2/3 words to rhyme?
Example: sea and be, dress and guess, etc.
Year 1: Children to list rhyming words found in the story, one rhyming word under another using bullet points. Can they add another 2/3 words to rhyme?
Maths: Year 1: Measuring lengths (non-standard units)
Year 2: Recognise 2-D and 3-D shapes
Science: Which materials are waterproof?
In this lesson, we will be learning about waterproof materials. We will test a variety of household materials and compare how absorbent each of them is. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil to complete today’s lesson. For our experiment, if you would like to take part, you will need: twigs or a piece of wood, a plastic bag or cup, a glass cup, cardboard or paper, and a pair of socks or piece of fabric. If you do not have these materials, you can watch the lesson and record your observations of the experiment.
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