The children have been working hard in all areas of their learning this week. Well done Gold Class!
The children have continued with exploring sharing objects into two or more equal groups. In one lesson the children worked in pars, using number cards, cubes, to share among three people (the Master, the Dame and the Little Boy who lives down the lane) taking from the nursery rhyme ‘Baa, Baa, Black Sheep. After sharing the cubes (representing bags of wool), they then had to say whether each person had the same equal amount of wool or not.
In phonics the children were revisiting the sounds ‘ar’, ‘oi’, ‘ow’ and the new tricky word was ‘said’. They are always trying their best to write sentences using their phonics knowledge. Great work!
Use the videos to help your child recap their sounds and learn their tricky words. Have them practise writing the tricky words and then write a sentence using that word. Remember tricky words cannot be sounded out you have to know them by sight.
The children began the first stage of creating their turtle (made out of an egg box) for their underwater sea creature diorama.