Home Learning – Week Commencing 31.01.22
Reading – Please read one of the books you have been assigned on Rising Stars each day. The idea is to read a book more than once to build up fluency. Once you have read a book a couple/few times so you are more fluent, please complete the quiz at the end and move it to the ‘finished’ section.
Don’t forget to practise your spellings (too, room, book, took, the) every single day on your whiteboard, to be ready for your spelling test on Friday.
English -This week, we will be looking at the story Owl Babies.
Please note - the way we work the English on a carousel system, means your child may have already done the English work on Owl Babies. Ask them - they will probably know! ☺ If they have, go to one of the previous home learning weeks and complete a week on English they haven't yet done - either Three Little Pigs, writing about an arctic animal or looking at the Homes non-fiction book - these will all be found in the previous weeks of home learning.
Discuss what the woods look/sound like. Think of different ‘wow’ words to describe what they can see or hear. E.g. gloomy, shadowy, owls hooting, dark, mysterious, quiet, spindly/bare trees, spooky.
It’s Chinese New Year on Tuesday this week, so our week will be all about Chinese New Year.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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