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Hedgehog spellings 7th January 2021

Hello Hedgehogs

Your spellings for the week are at the bottom of this page. You can use the sheet provided to practise your words, but don’t forget that you can have fun learning the words at home too. Here are a few ideas…

• Pairs: Create a double set of the words your child is finding tricky. Pick up two cards at a time until they find a pair. Can they verbally spell it out to you?

• Flip, Read, Letters and Write: Your child can learn their spellings in 4 quick steps. Have the child flip over a card, read it, spell out the letters and then write it down.

• Trace, Copy, Recall: Fold a piece of paper into three columns and label them trace, copy and recall. Write the word in the first column and have your child trace it. Next, get them to copy the word in the next column by looking back at the letters. Finally, get them to fold and hide the first two columns and practise writing the word in the final column.

• Pocket Cards: Make small cards to keep in your pocket or bag and when you are walking to school, making breakfast or sitting in the park ask your child to spell the words to you.

• Spelling Word Race: Create two teams with a player from each team taking the ‘pen’ at a time. Someone calls out the word and the two players race to write the word first.

• Spelling Puzzle: Make a home-made puzzle by writing the words in large on a piece of card. Get your child to cut it up and then can they piece it back together again?

• Stairs: Write the words as if they are stairs, adding one letter each time: S, Sp, Spe, Spel, Spell

• Chalk: If you have any chalk (and don’t mind getting your patio or the pavement a bit messy) get your child to write the words on the ground and then the rain will wash it away.

• Water Paint: Use water and a paintbrush to water paint the spelling words. On a sunny day the words disappear quickly so they need to paint fast! With a computer or tablet:

• Type it out: Open up a document to type on. Call out the word for your child to spell. They can then play around with the word; increase the font size, change the colour etc.

• Voice record: Using a recording device have your child spell out the word and get them to listen back.

CAN group – CAN 7.1.21

SHOULD group – SHOULD 7.1.21

COULD group – COULD 7.1.21

Hedgehog spellings – 10th December

Hello Hedgehogs

All of the words on your spelling lists this week are about Christmas.

I hope you enjoy learning to spell them. They might come in useful over the next few weeks!

CAN group CAN 10.12.20

SHOULD group SHOULD 10.12.20

COULD group COULD 10.12.20

The blank Look cover write check sheet might be useful to help you practice too.

Hedgehog Class Spellings – 3rd December 2020

Our spellings this week are all based on the story of The Three Little Pigs.

CAN group – CAN 3.12.20

SHOULD group – SHOULD 3.12.20

COULD group – COULD 3.12.20

The sheet to practice on is here too if you’d like to use it Look cover write check but please make it fun too and play games to help learn your spellings!

Hedgehog spellings 26th November 2020

Hello Hedgehogs

Your spellings this week are…

CAN CAN 26.11.20

SHOULD SHOULD 26.11.20

COULD COULD 26.11.20

Here is the Look cover write check sheet if you’d like to use it.

There are also lots of fun ideas for learning spellings on this American Mum’s website!  http://www.momto2poshlildivas.com/2012/10/75-fun-ways-to-practice-and-learn.html

Hedgehog Class – spellings 19th November 2020

Hello Hedgehogs

Please find your spellings for the week below.

Thank you

Mrs Johnson

CAN CAN 19.11.20

SHOULD SHOULD 19.11.20

COULD COULD 19.11.20

You might like to use this Look cover write check sheet to practice, but try to have fun and play games with the words to help you remember them too!

Hedgehogs Home Learning 9th to 13th November

Hello Hedgehogs at home.

All of your activities and lessons for the week are below. Please get in touch if there is anything you are not sure about or if you need any equipment to help you.

Have a lovely week

Mrs Johnson

Homework for the week

We are reading The Three Little Pigs in English this week. Can you make the pigs houses at home, using straw (drinking straws are ok!), sticks and bricks (lego)? Test your houses by blowing on them. Can you huff and puff like the big bad wolf? Can you blow the houses down?!

Spellings for the week

CAN 12.11.20

You might like to use this sheet to practice Look cover write check

Maths

Monday and Tuesday – watch this video https://vimeo.com/470964093 then do this worksheet Worksheet

Wednesday – watch this video https://vimeo.com/470964398 and afterwards complete this activity sheet worksheet

Thursday – watch this video https://vimeo.com/470964866 and do the worksheet here worksheet

Friday – look back at the work you have done this week. What have you found challenging? Carry out that activity once again to see if you can understand it a little better after you have repeated it.

English

This week we are continuing to read The Three Little Pigs. here is the story for you to read with an adult at home…Three Little Pigs story

Monday – Each pig made a house from different materials. Draw each house and write a sentence or sentences to describe what it is like. Is it a strong and safe house? Why or why not?

Tuesday – Today’s writing is part of our RE lesson. Please see further down this post for information about what to do.

Wednesday – Draw a picture of the wolf. Can you describe him? What does he look like? How does he behave? What does he say? Write about the wolf underneath your picture.

Thursday – Can you make a ‘Watch Out’ poster to warn others about the wolf? What do you need to tell others to watch out for? For example, you might write “The wolf is bad”. “He has big teeth.” What else could you make sure other people know just in case they see him out and about?

Friday – Draw the pigs and the wolf. Ask a grown up to draw speech bubbles for each character. What might they be saying? Write your ideas in the speech bubbles.

Handwriting 

Please practice these tricky words each day. Make sure you form each letter correctly! Handwriting

Phonics

Monday i booklet

Tuesday n booklet

Wednesday m booklet

Thursday d booklet

Friday Mini booklet – reading and then Mini booklet – writing

Reading

Please choose a book to read and share with a grown up at home.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=Age+4-5&level=&level_select=&book_type=&series=#

Science (Monday) Today we are learning all about teeth! Look in a mirror at your teeth. How many teeth do you have? Do you have the same number of teeth as other people in your family?

Look at and talk about the posters here .Diagrams of teeth , then label the teeth below.

Teeth labellingTeeth labelling answers

RE (Tuesday). Think about the amazing world we live in. If someone believes God made the world, what might we say to this world-maker? Thi k of some questions you might ask about how and why they made the world. You might also write about why you like our world.

RE big question

PE (Wednesday) I hope you enjoy this yoga, based on The Three Little Pigs! https://cosmickids.com/video/the-3-little-pigs-a-cosmic-kids-yoga-adventure/

Design technology (Thursday) We are going to be thinking about fruit and vegetables this half term, and the things we make using them. Can you sort the pictures in to fruit and vegetables? Sorting fruit and vegetables What meals could you make with fruit and vegetables?

Hedgehogs Homework- week beginning 9th November

We are reading The Three Little Pigs in English this week. Can you make the different houses at home, using straw (drinking straws are ok!), sticks (lollipop or from the garden) and bricks (lego)? Test your houses by blowing on them. Can you huff and puff like the big bad wolf? Can you blow the houses down?! Send in your photos to Mrs Johnson!

little pigs houses

Hedgehogs Home Learning 9th to 13th November

Hello Hedgehogs at home.

All of your activities and lessons for the week are below. Please get in touch if there is anything you are not sure about or if you need any equipment to help you.

Have a lovely week

Mrs Johnson

Homework for the week

We are reading The Three Little Pigs in English this week. Can you make the pigs houses at home, using straw (drinking straws are ok!), sticks and bricks (lego)? Test your houses by blowing on them. Can you huff and puff like the big bad wolf? Can you blow the houses down?!

Spellings for the week

CAN 12.11.20

You might like to use this sheet to practice Look cover write check

Maths

Monday and Tuesday – watch this video https://vimeo.com/470964093 then do this worksheet Worksheet

Wednesday – watch this video https://vimeo.com/470964398 and afterwards complete this activity sheet worksheet

Thursday – watch this video https://vimeo.com/470964866 and do the worksheet here worksheet

Friday – look back at the work you have done this week. What have you found challenging? Carry out that activity once again to see if you can understand it a little better after you have repeated it.

English

This week we are continuing to read The Three Little Pigs. here is the story for you to read with an adult at home…Three Little Pigs story

Monday – Each pig made a house from different materials. Draw each house and write a sentence or sentences to describe what it is like. Is it a strong and safe house? Why or why not?

Tuesday – Today’s writing is part of our RE lesson. Please see further down this post for information about what to do.

Wednesday – Draw a picture of the wolf. Can you describe him? What does he look like? How does he behave? What does he say? Write about the wolf underneath your picture.

Thursday – Can you make a ‘Watch Out’ poster to warn others about the wolf? What do you need to tell others to watch out for? For example, you might write “The wolf is bad”. “He has big teeth.” What else could you make sure other people know just in case they see him out and about?

Friday – Draw the pigs and the wolf. Ask a grown up to draw speech bubbles for each character. What might they be saying? Write your ideas in the speech bubbles.

Handwriting 

Please practice these tricky words each day. Make sure you form each letter correctly! Handwriting

Phonics

Monday i booklet

Tuesday n booklet

Wednesday m booklet

Thursday d booklet

Friday Mini booklet – reading and then Mini booklet – writing

Reading

Please choose a book to read and share with a grown up at home.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/for-home/find-a-book/library-page/?view=image&query=&type=book&age_group=Age+4-5&level=&level_select=&book_type=&series=#

Science (Monday) Today we are learning all about teeth! Look in a mirror at your teeth. How many teeth do you have? Do you have the same number of teeth as other people in your family?

Look at and talk about the posters here .Diagrams of teeth , then label the teeth below.

Teeth labellingTeeth labelling answers

RE (Tuesday). Think about the amazing world we live in. If someone believes God made the world, what might we say to this world-maker? Thi k of some questions you might ask about how and why they made the world. You might also write about why you like our world.

RE big question

PE (Wednesday) I hope you enjoy this yoga, based on The Three Little Pigs! https://cosmickids.com/video/the-3-little-pigs-a-cosmic-kids-yoga-adventure/

Design technology (Thursday) We are going to be thinking about fruit and vegetables this half term, and the things we make using them. Can you sort the pictures in to fruit and vegetables? Sorting fruit and vegetables What meals could you make with fruit and vegetables?

 

Hedgehog spellings 5th November

Hello Hedgehogs

Please find your spellings below. As always, these are linked to some of our work this week in class.

This week, the CAN and SHOULD groups are revisiting some of the sounds we covered last half term to make sure the children are secure in their understanding and independent use of the sounds and related words.

Have a safe Bonfire Night!

Mrs Johnson

CAN group CAN 5.11.20

SHOULD GROUP SHOULD 5.11.20

could GROUP COULD 5.11.20

Blank copy of the practice sheet here Look cover write check

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