LO: To read a text containing the AR sound.
Remind yourselves of how to read words containing the ar digraph . Play the game below. Roll a dice and practise reading the words next to the number you land on.
Now read the text below. How many words containing the ar digraph can you find?
Literacy: To write a story beginning
Warm up: Think of at least two adjectives (describing words) to describe this picture. Then use them in a sentence.
Main: To write a story beginning
Remember our over goal this week is to write our own adventure story. It needs to include your characters entering a portal, in Manea, which takes them to a new land. Whilst there they embark on some form of an adventure- and meet other mythical creatures.
Have a look at this website to help you think about what your adventure story needs to include.
Most stories have a beginning, middle and end.
Today we are going to start to write our beginnings.
LO: To understand what I have read.
Read the short sentences and then add more information to the pictures based on what you have read.
Starter: Warm up today by practising your number bonds to 10.
Main: Today we are going to add using a number square. You will find one of these in the packs that were sent home. Watch the video below:
Now have a go at solving the following problems- counting on using your hundred square.