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Summer 1 - Week 3 - Red Riding Hood

Mrs Divall - 29 Apr 2016


 This week we have been busy learning from activities all based upon the story of Little Red Riding Hood.  We have made a picnic (REAL sandwiches…huge excitement) re-written sentences in our own words from the story, had a naughty wolf visit our garden and mess it up and we’ve also interviewed Red Riding Hood, Grandma and the Wolf.

In maths, we have been learning further properties of shapes.  For example, we have been predicting and investigating which solid shapes slide, and which roll (and which can do both)!

We have been using our problem solving skills to recreate models from construction from photos. 
Next week in maths, we are learning about doubling even numbers to 10 and we are also going to be introduced to halving objects and even numbers to 10.  Practising this week’s homework with your child will help them to have a heads up on next week’s learning.

As well as the maths work, please practise these green and red words from your child’s phonics book work this week.  Remember to also practise the red words from the week before.  We have been very impressed with the children’s determination to remember the tricky red sight words.  If you’re feeling extra enthusiastic about homework this week, you could help your child to practise a few of these words in the table. 



 

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