Describe main story settings, events and principal characters (30-50M).
Hear and say initial sounds (40-60M).
Segment the sounds in simple words and blend them together (40-60M).
Uses some clearly identifiable letters, representing some sounds correctly and in sequence (40-60M).
This week, we are learning the story of 'Cinderella.'
Can you retell the story of Cinderella in your own words, using the story map?
Can you think of words to describe the characters' feelings throughout the story (such as surprised, alarmed, overjoyed or annoyed).
Can you write an invitation to Cinderella, inviting her to the Royal Ball? Can you decorate the invitation?
Who is it to?
What is the event?
Where is it at?
When will it be?
Who is the invitation from?
Find our new phase 2 and 3 sound mats below!
* Please encourage children to sound out independently, emphasising sounds to support them but not telling them the spelling. Children should write words phonetically (as they sound).
Some children may make marks and tell you what it says, some may write initial and some final sounds and some children may write three or more sounds.
Hear and say initial sounds
Blend for reading
Segment for spelling
Input (see pdf lesson document below)
Play the read and race game
Try some active maths as well as some of the activities on the 'Active Tuesday' sheet!
Practise counting to 10 and then 20 in different voices (whisper, shout, deep, squeaky, robot) - Can you show the numbers on your fingers?
Roll a dice and perform that number of an each action (claps, jumps, clicks, nods, stamps) can you add one more? How many now?
Throw balls/ socks into a box/bucket/ pan. How many can you get in? Can you get another one in? How many are in now?