Monday 23rd March 2020
Literacy: The children have been reading different Traditional Tales at school. This week, I would like the children to read 'The Three Little Pigs.' There is a story PowerPoint attached or you may have your own copy that you would like to read.
In your child's blue book, please ask them to draw a picture of the three little pigs and the big bad wolf on the blank upper part of the page. Please ask your child to copy two sentences on the lines, you may find it useful to write these on a piece of paper or a whiteboard if you have one. Please remind your child to use finger spaces and to try and keep their letters small and neat.
The three little pigs built houses made out of straw, sticks and bricks.
The big bad wolf huffed and puffed.
If you would like your child to complete some extra writing in their book, I have attached some sentence building cards that they can use to write their own. Please feel free to use their new book to complete as much learning as you like. Please upload a photograph of your child's work to Tapestry and I will provide feedback.
Can your child re-tell the story independently? Can they use different voices for the pigs and the wolf? Please upload a video to Tapestry of your child telling the story. Don't forget that traditional tales always start with 'Once upon a time.....'
Maths: Please ask your child to complete the subtraction sheet and number formation sheet attached, then please ask your child to write the numbers 1-20 in their blue book.
Topic/EAD: Which house does your child like the best? Straw, sticks or bricks? Can they make one? Maybe they would like to make all three? Using junk modelling materials, strips of paper, sticks, straw or any collage bits and pieces you can find at home, please ask your child to create their own house, this can be 2D or 3D. Please see the images below for inspiration. Don't forget to upload a photograph to Tapestry!
There is also a number of useful websites and activities on our school website under teaching and learning/home learning
If you have any questions, please message me on Tapestry.