Words to Read: Tricky words
(All current tricky words can be found in your word passports)
What about a tricky word hunt?
Write them on pieces of paper and get an adult to hide them around the house for you to find – no peeking!
Words to Write: bank, cost, sight, near
Phonics Activity: Write the caption (Adult to read aloud);
It is fun to camp in a tent.
Children may use the phoneme frame on page 18 in your pack.
Before your child puts pen to paper encourage your child to say the sentence and count the words in the sentence – this is a good chance to talk about where the finger spaces would go. Once they have done this, they are ready to write! Encourage your child to then check their writing.
Write a book review about your favourite story (use the sheet on page 19 in your pack)
Add a sentence at the bottom, about why other people should read your favourite book too!
Did your child write a book review? Please email photos or comments.
Use a colouring pencil or felt tip to continue the repeating pattern.
You could make your own patterns using objects at home. We had a go too – can your child tell you how to continue the pattern we have made?
If you have any questions we are here to help and will respond to emails in school hours.