*Do not let the sun go down on your anger.”
If you look in the Children/Video Resource section of our school website you can watch Mrs Huotari reading our story The King of Tiny Things.
Learning Objective: Talks about what they have read showing some understanding and emotional engagement with the content.
Talk about the story with a grown up. Remember the story map you made last week. Think about the beginning, middle and end of the story.
Expressive Art and Design
Learning Objective: Sings songs, makes music and dances and experiments with ways of changing them. Safely uses and explores a variety of materials, tools and techniques, experimenting with colour, design, texture, form and function.
Understanding the World
Learning Objective: Knows about similarities and differences in relation to places, objects, materials and living things. Can make observations of animals and plants and explain why some things occur and talk about changes.
Find a small figure/doll and transform it into the King of Tiny Things. He will need a crown and some wings.
Create a small world area, perhaps use a tray where you can add soil and sticks and as many other materials as you can find. Look for a selection of mini beasts to add to your small world.
Practise saying single letter sounds (phonemes) in sets:
1. s a t p
2. i n m d
3. g o c k
4. e u r y
5. h b f l
6. j v w x
Write each of these letters on sticky notes or squares of paper that can be moved around. Practise blending single letters (graphemes) to read simple words, using the letters in each set above. Use Set 1, and Set 2 letters (graphemes) – how many words can you make with just these letters? How many words can you build and blend now? See if you can beat your score.
Write each of these letters on sticky notes or squares of paper that can be moved around. Practise blending single letters (graphemes) to read simple words, using the letters in each set above. Start with just Set 1 letters (graphemes) – how many words can you make with just these letters?
Learning Objective: Children count reliably with numbers from one to 20, place them in order and say which number is one more or one less than a given number. Using quantities and objects, they add and subtract two single-digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer.
Using number cards or a number line 1 to 20, set out 2o objects under each number.
Check there are 20 objects by counting each object by pointing to each one.
Take an object away from the end of the row. Say how many are left. Can you say how many are left without counting them?
Set a number of objects out in a row under a number line. Start with 10 and then 12 and then 13. Find one more each time.