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Hasland Infant and Nursery School

Thursday 9th July

Thursday 9.7.2020

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Phonics:

In phonics we are going to recap the ‘oe’ sound.    We have found out that it can be spelt in different ways.  These include oe, o, oa, ow, o-e

Using these letters fill in the gaps to make a word      oe   t   s   r   n  o-e  ow

 

t __         s __ ow          g r __        f l ___ t     

__  o      ph __ n __

Maths:

We are learning to solve problems using multiplication.

  • Multiplication means “lots of” or “groups of”
  • Multiplication is the same as repeated addition.
  • The first number tells you how many groups there are.
  • The second number tells you how many are in the group.

2 + 2 + 2 =  6 which is the same as saying 3 lots of 2 is 6

Complete the sheet attached.

Playtime:

Build an obstacle course and see how many times you can complete it in 5 minutes.  Try and beat your time.

 

Literacy:

Last week we looked at what makes a fantastic writer: 

Adjectives (description) e.g. knobbly, silly

Punctuation e.g. ! ? .

Conjunctions e.g. and, but, because

 

Openers are also really important when writing e.g once upon a time, one day, it was a cold windy morning, suddenly.

Look through some story books and see how many interesting and exciting openers you can find.  Write them down.

 

Receive a message from Stick Man (powerpoint attached). He has tried really hard to write about his setting.  What do you think? It is ok but there are some things he could do better. Improve Stick Man’s writing together using openers, adjectives, punctuation and conjunctions.

Lunch:

Wash your hands and help your grown up to prepare your lunch. 

 

Music:

Click on the Derbyshire Music Hub and Sing the happy song ‘Just Sing’ and complete the activity sheet in week 14.

https://www.derbyshiremusichub.org.uk/get-involved/music-at-home/infant/week-14.aspx

 

Then watch the video Mole Music

 

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