Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing.”
1 Thessalonians 5:11
Learning Objective: · Uses their phonic knowledge to write words in ways which match their spoken sounds. Writes some common irregular words.
Listen to the story again.
What do you think the little bear’s name is? Do we find out his name in the story? Help adult to write a sentence describing the bear. Children to write a sentence about the bear and draw a picture to match.
Recap the phoneme x
Practise Practise reading tricky words: no, go, I, the, to.
Apply Play Yes/No - children read questions and put thumbs up or down
Can wax get hot?
Has a fox got six legs?
Can a vet fix a jet?
Will a rat visit a fox?
Can a taxi hop?
Will a dog sit in a box?
Or watch play the following game: https://epicphonics.com/filestore/games/200/index.html
Learning Objective: Uses everyday language of measures (size, weight and capacity) when comparing quantities or solving problems.
Which is furthest?
Place a cone and a hoop apart. Ask children to stand at a particular spot and ask them to find out which item is furthest away. E.g they could stride or do end to end steps – work as a group and discuss how to find out. E,g. skipping ropes lined up – use language of further, nearer, closer.
Uses technologies to enhance, change or recreate within a learning experience.
Children use technology to find out some information about brown bears and discuss with an adult.