Input (if you did not join the live lesson)
See pdf below for lesson input
Practise writing 'igh' trigraph (three letters that make one sound) and words with it in.
You could use paper and pencil, chalk, a stick in the mud, playdough, tray of flour or salt, sand etc. or the sheet below.
Input (if you did not access the live lesson)
Practise counting to 10 and 20 in different voices
Practise showing numbers to ten on your fingers ("show me one" "show me three"...)
Recap what is meant by 'double'
Practise showing doubles with your fingers. Can you show three fingers on each hand? How many fingers are you showing altogether?
Work together to draw and discuss doubles on ladybirds (same on each side). Model writing the number sentence.
Can you make doubles, by drawing the same number of dots on each wing of ladybird?
Can you write the number sentence to show this e.g. 3+3=6
Draw your own or use the sheet below.
Start with doubles to 10. If confident try doubles to 20.
Today is World Book Day, therefore there will be no live lessons this afternoon, instead, see the World Book Day activities, from Mrs Barnston, below!
Enjoy reading some of your favourite books!
Share the World Book Day activities that you do, with us, on Tapestry!
You could even get dressed up as one of your favourite book characters!