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Wednesday 24th February

Good Morning!

Today is Wednesday 24th February! 

Well done to everyone for completing the home learning challenges on both the website and Purple Mash. It's great to see your photographs on Evidence for Learning and via email.

Let's start today with our morning exercise. Today is the 24th so we are going to practise counting to 24. Can you stamp, jump, clap, and touch your toes 24 times?


Literacy Challenge

Today we would like you to make a healthy snack for the Hungry Caterpillar. You could chop up some fruit and make a kebab or a fruit salad. I used apples and bananas for my fruit kebab and made a repeating pattern. 

If you do not have a stick you could make a picture with the fruit like the face below. If you do not have any fruit at home you could draw a picture of the fruit you would like to use. 

Then we would like you to have a go at writing a list of the fruit you have used. Remember to use your phonic knowledge to help you sound out the words.


Maths Challenge

The Activity:

For today's challenge you will need some fruit, search around your kitchen and find some pieces of fruit. On a piece of paper draw a picture of the fruits you have found.

Think about how much money you would spend on each piece of fruit (in pence) and write the price next to each picture of fruit. Remember that when we are writing the price of something we have to put the 'p' after the number, this stands for pence!

Keep hold of this for tomorrow's activity! 


Over the next couple of weeks we are going to be reviewing all of the sounds we have learned so far. We would like you to practice all of the Phase 2 and Phase 3 sounds. You can do this by playing 'Flash cards Speed Trial,' on Phonics Play. We would also like you to play, 'Rocket Race'. Look at the pictures and say the sounds in the words. You can ask a grown up to type the words on the keyboard or you can have a go. You could practise writing the words on paper also.