On Thursday afternoon we will be having an exciting afternoon investigating things from the sea and seashore with a visitor from STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths)
Handwriting – This week we will be practising the letters m, n and o.
Handwriting and Spelling Homework – Handwriting and Spelling jotters will be coming home each Monday with 4 words to practise reading, spelling and writing. Please read the information on the front cover and encourage your child to write neatly and carefully, following the example on the inside cover. The homework can be returned on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at the latest, ready for the children to do an informal spelling test on the Friday.
Phonics – This week we are going to be READING, SPELLING and WRITING words with the sound ee.
Common words – This week we will be making, reading and writing the words here and there.
Please practise the words on the Fourth common word wall (found in their Home School Book). See if your child can match the words in their pot with the ones on the wall and then help them to try and read them. If the words are ticked they were able to read them in class.
Reading – We are continually working with the children to check their recognition of the 26 sounds, their common words and their understanding of text. Your child will get either a reading book or a reading activity on Monday and Wednesday this week.
Maths – This week we will continue to learn about subtraction. We will be taking away using practical material, fingers and our heads. We will be trying to do some simple take away word problems and will be using the language of subtraction with words like less, take and subtract e.g. what is 3 less than 8, take 3 from 7, subtract 2 from 6.
Topic – We will continue our topic about the Sea and Seashore by learning about a range of underwater animals.
If you have anything that you would like to send in for our new topic, for example shells, pebbles, mermaid costumes, photographs etc, we would be delighted to have then for our display area and/or Play Zone. Thank you.
Source: Primary 1