Continue to read your word books. If you know them, please refer to your High Frequency words in your Pupil Support Booklet. Plus, check High Frequency word lists from week 6.
Read and write the following high frequency words on your writing board or in your Literacy book: - today, made, away, be, call, live, so
Continue to read Oxford Owl Reading Books or Big Cat reading books. On P1 homepage click on link to Collins Big Cat.
Remember to use ‘Inference’ when discussing books with an adult. Plus, the adult helping you with your reading can use ‘Guided Reading Questions: Level 1’ / ‘Reading Strategies’ in your Pupil Support Book.
Revise the following: author, illustrator, front of the book, back of the book, title, blurb, spine. Continue to focus on recognising the difference between a letter, a word and a sentence plus recognising the difference between a line of writing and a sentence. How many capital letters can you find? Can you retell your stories from start to finish in your own words? Continue to read with expression.
These activities are related to PDMU.
Even though our time together was shorter than anticipated I'd like you to think about your P1 year, especially your favourite memories. Here are some of my favourite memories when I was in P1 (a very long time ago!) - new friends, playing in the home corner and with the sand, making necklaces with popper beads, reading, singing around the piano, tasting a lemon and sitting on my teacher's chair! Try to complete 'My favourite memories from this year'.
There's lots of talk about 'bubbles' in the news. You are nice and safe in your family bubble. Complete the activity 'Who is in my bubble?'
Other activities: Talk about your feelings. We all experience – happiness, sadness, excitement, worry, anger, etc. How do you feel at the moment? How do you feel about going back to school? Maybe you could write down your feelings on the bubble lined writing page. You might also like to try: 'Things that make me happy' / the 'Gratitude game'.
Remember when you are writing to start each sentence with a capital letter, use finger spaces between each word and finish with a full stop. Read your sentences to an adult.
LETTERS, SOUNDS, WORDS AND PICTURES
Write the word you hear?
Write the sentence you hear?