- Sing the alphabet every day and revise the sounds: s, a, t, p, i, n, c, k, e, h, r, m, d, g, o / u. Remember to use Starfall and the Jolly Phonics links.
- Clap out the syllables in these words: let, letter, letterbox, lion, love, lemon, listen, longer / ladder.
- Before you start to write or draw this week use your playdough to carry out the action song ‘I like to’. This helps to strengthen the muscles in your fingers. Follow the link below.
NEW LETTER / SOUND: ‘l’
- Click on Useful Links to access 'Starfall' website to reinforce letter formation, letter sounds and words.
- Use your finger to write this letter in the air.
- Use your finger to write this letter on someones back.
- If you have shaving foam at home, ask an adult to put it on the table and write lots of letter l’s in it!
- When you go outside to play try to gather some small stones, sticks, twigs or leaves / then make the letter l and maybe a capital L too.
- Practise writing the letter ‘l’. Say the letter name and the sound as you write plus ask your helper to check that you are forming the letter in the correct direction.
- If you have chalk, go outside and write the letter ‘l’
- If you have paint, paint the letter ‘l’
- Use your picture dictionary to find pictures beginning with 'l'. Draw and label three pictures in your exercise book.
- Use your Jolly Phonics workbook to complete the ‘l’ page.
- Can you use your sound knowledge to read the ‘l’ words?
- Reading Books: Log in to Collins Big Cat using the details below. This week we will be reading ‘non-fiction’ books. Can you remember what ‘non-fiction’ means? Read the following books ‘My Skateboard’ / ‘Getting Dressed’ and complete the activities in your workbook. I’ve also added some ‘Ideas for guided reading’.
Click on the Teacher portal and enter:
W.A.L.T. Use instructions / explanations
- Look at the presentation on how to make a jam sandwich. Complete the sequencing activity. Explain to a member of your family how to make a jam sandwich. Use the following language: ‘First, then, next, after that / finally’. Maybe you could make your own!