Watch the video below and look carefully at the formation of the letter 'i'. This is similar to the formation of the other two letters we have been learning this week but not quite as tall.
Using your finger and a tray of salt, sugar or sand, can you write the letter 'i' correctly?
Write this letter on a piece of paper or alternatively complete the 'i' worksheet below. Have a look around your house, how many items can you find that begin with the letter 'i'?
*Challenge* - can you write these words in your neatest cursive handwriting?
Letter Formation Workbook - Today's letter is 'i'
The Enormous Turnip - Matching words and pictures
Continue to learn 'The Enormous Turnip' story with the Pie Corbett actions.
Today you have some words and pictures to match together. Can you segment and blend the sounds together to read the words? Can you find the matching picture and stick them together on a piece of paper?
Oh no! There is a picture missing... can you draw the missing picture?
Oh no! There is a word missing... can you write the missing word?
*Challenge* - can you write a sentence for one of the pictures and words? For example cat - The cat pulled the dog. Remember to include a capital letter, finger spaces and a full stop when writing a sentence. Listen carefully to the sounds within each word to help you to write it.
Roll the dice and add them together!
Challenge - Can you subtract the dice?
Add a second and third dice to extend your learning.
You could match to the correct number block!
You can use your number blocks from earlier in the week.
Segment and blend
ee- Part One
ee- Part Two
Get all cosy and watch a film (with popcorn so you can pretend you are at the cinema!)
Call or zoom a family member and tell them about your wonderful week.