Daily reading and speed sounds: Please access the Ruth Miskin Daily speed sounds lessons for Set 2 and Set 3.
From Monday 23rd March and for the next two weeks, films will show at the times below and be available for 24 hours.
Set 1 Speed Sounds at 9.30 am
Set 2 Speed Sounds at 10.00 am
Set 3 Speed Sounds at 10.30 am
Please share with RWI schools and parents.
Films and resources for parents on ruthmiskin.com
Daily updates on Facebook/Twitter for regular tips to support reading and writing at home.
We thought we would set you a little writing challenge. When you have completed this why not put it in an envelope and put it in a memory box. Then when you are an adult, you can share this writing with your children or even your grandchildren to tell them what life was like during the Corona pandemic.
Make sure you write today's long date, including the year and your name (you never know when you read this in years to come you may have changed your name).
Write a sentence or two to answer these questions:
Who have you been with this week? Who have you seen?
What have you been doing this week? What have you played with? Have you baked? Have you played in the garden? Did you put a Rainbow in your window? What have you been eating?
Where have you been all week?
Why has life changed?
When did all this start?
Corona virus staying at home family
Friday 27th March 2020
This week I have been at home with my Daddy, Granny and my brother Joe. I haven't seen any of my friends. We have been reading, building lego, playing in the garden and doing our maths work on the computer. We can only go out once a day and we must stay away from other people. This is because of the corona virus, if we stay at home the virus won’t spread as quickly. We finished school on Friday 20th March and have been at home ever since.
You could draw a picture at the bottom.
Extension: Why not phone, facetime or zoom a relative and interview them with the same questions then write their answers into sentences.
You could tweet your writing to @SpringfieldSPS so we can read it too.
We have now set "List 1" for the children to play on for this week- this is on Spelling Shed; we will set a new list each week (from the Year 1 spelling lists). Children can still carry on playing on the games anyway and we can see who is playing and how they are doing. We also have a leader-board of all classes from school. Enjoy playing.
Please use this powerpoint to practice the RWInc red words. Play games with them and keep reading and writing them at home. Children can play pairs, snap or Pyramid write the words- see example below, then write in a sentence.
I could not believe how beautiful the weather is.