Go on a number hunt! What numbers can you see around your house or on your daily exercise? You could look at door numbers, number plates, on food packets, clocks or in magazines and books. You could take photos or draw pictures of the numbers you find.
Challenge: Can you find the numerals 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10?
Practice reading and writing these Tricky Words:
the she he
Revise the /oa/ sound. Read these words:
goat coat boat road soak float
Read these sentences, don't for get your reading wand!
Put your coat on.
I have a boat.
He scored a goal.
Let’s eat toast.
Write a sentence using on of the /oa/ words. Send Miss Townson a picture of your writing.
There are different ways to write the /oa/ sound , 'ow' makes the /oa/ sound in some words. Try reading these words;
low snow grow grow
Read the questions together.
Do you like snow?
Can you crow?
Can you blow bubbles?
Have a go at writing this sentence:
The chicks have grown.
Music and Movement
Pretend to be a chick hatching fro its egg.