Words to Write:
plum, swim, spoon, float
Phonics Activity: Phoneme spotter story- draw a circle around every use of the phoneme ‘ure’ (see page 21 of your home learning pack) How many times did you spot it?
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Story Treasure Hunt
Ask your grown-up to write 4-6 clues about a story you know well and hide the words around the house. For example, if they were leaving clues about Jack and the Beanstalk they might write ‘beanstalk’, ‘giant’, ‘cow’ and ‘Magic Beans’. Try and read the clues by yourself. Can you make a story map re-telling the story from the clues you have discovered?
Was your child able to draw a story map? Please email photos or comments to:
Here is an example of what your child’s story map may look like.
Fill in the missing numbers to 20 below:
Did your child find the missing numbers?
In Foundation 2, we focus on numbers to twenty throughout the year to get a depth of understanding of what the numbers really mean.
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