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Watch the video below and look carefully at the formation of the letter 'g'. Using your finger and a tray of salt, sugar or sand, can you write the letter 'g' correctly? 

Write this letter on a piece of paper or alternatively complete the 'g' worksheet below. Have a look around your house, how many items can you find that begin with the letter 'g'? 

*Challenge* - can you write these words in your neatest cursive handwriting? 

Letter ‘g’

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Letter Formation Workbook - Today's letter is 'g'


Use pasta, Lego blocks, twigs, stones, marshmallows etc to create the character names from ‘The Gruffalo’ story.

Writing a sentence about your favourite part of ‘The Gruffalo’ story

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Can you retell the story of 'The Gruffalo'? How many of our actions can you remember?


Which part of the story is your favourite? Why is this your favourite part?


Write a sentence for your favourite part of the story with a capital letter, finger spaces and a full stop. 

Use your listening ears carefully to listen to the sounds that you can hear within each word. 

Draw a picture to match your sentence. 


Problem solving.

Can you work through these word problems? You could draw the question out or use objects to help you! 


Segment and blend

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Friday- ear trigraph

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ear Words | Phase 3 Phonics | Trigraph

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Golden Friday

Well done Foundation Stage!

You have all been such superstars during our time learning at home. smiley We are all so excited to see you back in school dressed in your uniform again next week! yes Have a wonderful and restful weekend. 


This afternoon, play a game of Gruffalo Pairs with your family. Remember to look carefully at the pictures, take turns and to listen carefully.


How many pairs will you match together?