LQ: How can I compare lengths?
Today we are going to use and understand the language of length such as long, longer, short, shorter, tall, taller. The video has some practical activities to help us to understand and use these words.
This week we will be finishing off our unit on division. We will look at dividing by 2,5 and 10.
To get us started today, we have a practical division activity based on making groups
There won't be a worksheet for today's lesson. If you want to, you can make notes or write answers on paper or in your exercise book.
LQ: Which oa?
How many ways can we write oa?
oa, ow, oe, o-e, o, oh
Blend for reading: coat
Segment for spelling: soap
Practise/ Apply : Read the Phoneme Spotter on Phonics Play together. How many words can they find that contain the 'oa' phoneme?
Spelling alternatives for short /e/
LQ: Can you find the noun, verb and adjective in the sentence?
Emma sang a beautiful song.
Teach/Practise : ea, h-ea-d, r-ea-dy, a-n-y
ea can also represent the phoneme /e/ in some words. Read the other word cards.
head, deaf, ready, spread, instead, weather
any – which part of the word makes the /e/ phoneme?
friend- Which part of the word makes the /e/phoneme?
Apply: Write questions containing today's words.
This week's English is a mixture of fiction and non fiction work linked to this half term's topic of animals. The Year 1s will be focussing on squirrels and the Year 2s will be learning about owls.