This week the children have –
- Blended to read and segmented to write words with five sounds
- Used story maps to tell and write sections of the Enormous Turnip story
- Read as a group (Guided Reading)
- Written a diary entry to record further changes to our Beany Bags (independent)
- Solved problems involving counting in twos, fives and tens
- Created repeating patterns by printing with vegetables
Next week the children will be –
- Blending to read and segmenting to write words with five sounds
- Using story maps to write sections of the story of Little Red Riding Hood
- Completing Guided Reading sessions
- Comparing capacity, weight, length and height
- Completing repeating pattern vegetable printing
Please continue to listen to your children read as regularly as possible. Also remind them of the tricky words I, the, to, go, no, into, he, she, we, be, me, was, are, you, they, some, come, all, for, her, said, so, do, what, there, like, where.
Please encourage your child to write sentences at home. They could write about their day, write about a favourite toy or a model that they have made, write a letter to their family or make shopping lists. Keep revisiting the spellings (graphemes) sh, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, oi, ow, ur and eras we hope that all of the children will be confidently using these spellings (graphemes) in their writing by the end of their time in Foundation Stage.
Where possible, continue to revisit our maths Early Learning Goals (listed on your parents evening sheets). Again, we hope that all of the children will be confident with these by the end of their time in Foundation Stage.
As always, thank you for your continued support!