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Hello Imps.


I just wanted to say how impressed I am with all the learning you have been sending in to  Remember there is still time to get your pictures sent in for the Headteacher challenge.  I have heard some amazing pictures have been sent in so far.


Keep up the good work and keep everyone around you smiling laugh.

Lots of love

Mrs Felicetti




*Do not let the sun go down on your anger.”


Ephesians 4:26



Learning Objective: Talks about what they have read showing some understanding and emotional engagement with the content.


Watch Mrs Huotari’s video reading of “The King of Tint Things” and listen to point where she reads “but it wasn’t a bug”.

How are you feeling at this point? (worried, scared, excited?)

How has the author helped you to feel like this?

Talk to a grown up about it.

Listen to the rest of the story and think about how the words and descriptive language the author uses make you feel a certain way.  Again, talk to your grown up about it.



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, 2, 3 and 4 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. 


How many words can you build and blend now? See if you can beat your score.



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.


Keep practising counting with your number line and objects.  Maybe you could use some chalk to make a number line outside and do some jumping and hoping or get a grown up to help you to draw out a hop scotch grid or create a giant snakes and ladders game where you could be your own counter to move up and down the numbers.  Or play a board game that involves couting.


Physical Development

Learning Objective: Knows the importance of good health and physical exercise, and a healthy diet, and talks about ways to keep healthy and safe.


Help your grown up to prepare a healthy snack.  Talk to them about why it is important to eat healthy food.  Tell them what kind of food you think is good for you.