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Friday 29th January



Warm up

  • Practise counting to 10 and then 20 in different voices (whisper, shout, deep, squeaky, robot)- Can you show the numbers on your fingers?
  • Count nine actions (claps, jumps, clicks, nods, stamps)



  • Look at the pictures on the document below (on the screen or print).
  • Compare using the words "more" "fewer" and the "same."
  • Can you compare them without counting?
  • Compare by looking, then check by counting.
  • Can you write the numbers?
  • Can you say "___ is more than ___" ? Can you say "___ is less than ___" ?


Follow-up task:

Compare more and fewer using objects, playing cards or dominoes.




  • Recap all letters learned so far: s a t p i n m d g o c k ck e u r h b f ff l ll ss v j w x y z zz qu ch
  • Read tricky words: I no go to the into he she


  • Introduce new tricky word 'we' (what two letters make 'we'?)
  • Can you think of any sentence using 'we'
  • Sing the tricky words song
  • Practice writing 'we


  • Read sentence containing the word 'we'


  • Write a sentence using 'we'


Follow up activity

Play tricky word bingo or ask your grown up to hide tricky words (I no go to the into he she we) around your house. Simply write them on sticky notes or strips of paper. 

  • Can you go on a tricky word hunt and find them all?
  • Can you read the words that you find?
  • Can you write the words that you find?


Rainbow Grammar

Look at the pictures of the pigs. 

Can you think of different sentences about the pigs? 

Can you choose a sentence to write?



Rehearse your sentence verbally. Can you clap the words? Can you count the words?

Now write your sentence.


Remember to write the sounds that you can hear (use your sound mat). Words should be spelled phonetically they do not need to be correct. The tricky words (I, no, go, to the, into, he, she) that we have learned should be spelled correctly (find them on the sound mat).


Example: The pig is swimig. (The pig is swimming).


Underline/ highlight the parts of you sentence in green (subject), orange (predicate- what happened to the subject), red (stop).