-Handwriting Book m and n (If the handwriting is taking ages, do 2 or 3 lines well out of the 4)
-Reading 'What do I have?'
-Matching ig and in rhyming words
-Tricky word - there
(You can do this homework in any order)
'What do I have?' Book
The children are learning to read sentences. They know that each word is separated by a finger space and that a full stop at the end of a sentence indicates a short pause.
While reading, please encourage your child to place their finger under each word as they read. The children should be able to use their blending skills to decode the words in this book.
Please try to read this book at least twice during this week.
The children can colour in the book if they wish.
There are extra 'e' CVC words at the back of the book
Handwriting - m and n
Try to stay inside the blue lines for both m and n as they are both small letters. Remember to use the correct pencil grip and correct formation.
Draw a picture of something beginning with m and n at the top of the page.
We have been learning about the 'ig' and 'in' rhyming families. Blend/Read the words and match them to the correct pictures.
If you have any questions you can email me firstname.lastname@example.org