Reflection and Music
Monday Home Learning – Pixies Class
Good Morning Pixies,
We hope that you had a wonderful weekend and are ready for the week ahead. Your very last week as a Pixie!!
-Choose a book to read for at least ten minutes either to your adult or to your teddy bears or to yourself!
-When you are reading keep a look out for those tricky words, you will find a list of tricky words in the resources.
-If you find any of the tricky words in your book, you could underline them or put a colourful circle around the word on the list. How many did you find?
-In the book ‘The Storm Whale’ it says, “one night a great storm had raged around their house.” What does this make you think about? What do you think is happening in the picture?
-Use the link to help you explore what a seaside storm is like.
-Use chalks or paints or crayons etc to create what you visualise when this sentence is read to you and after you have watched the storm clip.
-We would love to see your wonderful pieces of art so don’t forget to email us a picture of your finished product.
-Today we are thinking about the grapheme ow. Use the video link to remind you how to pronounce this sound.
-We can also pronounce this grapheme in a different way. Use the following link to hear the alternative way.
-Look at the following words and decide which ow sound was used:
Cow Owl Brown Snow Low Window Show Crown Frown
- In maths this week we are continuing to think about time. Last week you began to think about o’clock and we are going to continue with this today.
-Remember that the clock has two hands, a bigger one and a smaller one. The bigger hand tells you the minutes and the small hand tells you the hour. Use the video clip to remind you of o’clock.
-Create your own interactive clock using the template in resources or you could create your own if you have some coloured card etc at home.
-Ask you adult if they can help you find different o’clock times and see if you can show them on your new clock!
-Have a little think about happy times spent at home and with your family. How does your family show that they love you?
-Even when there are sad times in our families, there is still lots of love. How do you show your family that you love them?
-Find a good stick outside in your garden or when out for a walk. You can decorate the stick if you would like with ribbon or wool etc.
-Use the heart template provided in the resources or create your own heart shape, decorate and stick to your stick. Place your heart stick somewhere in your home as a reminder of all the love around.
-If you would like to send in a picture of your heart stick that would be wonderful.
Mrs Jukes, Mrs Mackell and Mrs Welsh xxx