Good morning everyone, we hope you have had a lovely sleep and breakfast and are ready for another day of learning.
We are learning the alternative grapheme for the ‘ow’ sound -'ou'
Well you'll never guess what I spotted when I arrived at work this morning!
GIANT footprints at the bottom of our stairs! Gave me a BIG fright it did!
Well, I thought I'd better clean them up straight away in case they frightened the little ones too ... but before I did, I took a photograph to show you because I thought you'd never believe me if I didn't.
And next to the footprints was a note ... but all it said was this Fee-Fi-Fo-Fum
I wonder who the footprints belong to?
Let's read on and see if our story gives us any more clues ...
The giant is our story talks in rhyming phrases, why don't you have a go at talking like a giant.
Giant talk: Fee-fi-fo-fum. I’m feeling hungry, here I come!’
Your Task for today is to create your own giant words and phrases by replacing /f/ with different consonants and rhyming –um words, Here's my example ‘Hee-hi-ho-hum. I want food in my tum!’.
Something to remember when writing about giants: 'g' may say /j/ before an e, i, or y like gem or gym or
Year 1 Maths
Today we are going to be continuing counting in 2's.
Year 2 Maths
Today we will be counting the sides on 2-D shapes.
In PE this term we are going to be developing our gymnastics skills. Today we are creating high and low movements. We will be linking movements together in different directions.