Thornham Bubble Week ahead 2.11.20
Welcome back! I hope you all had a lovely break despite the rather wet and windy weather.
We have lots of fun activities planned this half term which leads up to the Christmas period.
Here is what we are learning this week…
Maths – Addition and Subtraction
Y1 – Unit 3, lessons 1,2,3,4,and 5
We will be adding one and two digit numbers using a variety of maths resources to help us (bead strings, tens frame, numicon, multilink cubes).
Yr2 – Unit 2, lessons 1,2,3
Combining sets 1
Combining sets 2
Please continue to count in ones, twos, fives and tens.
This week we are learning the phase 5 sounds -oy, ou, ie and ea
We will be practising sounding out words such as:-
toy, boy. joy
out, shout, about
tie, pie, cried, fried
eat, heat, seat meat, beat
Log onto Education City for activities to reinforce your understanding.
Continue to read the next books allocated to you on Active Learn. Please read for at least 10 minutes every day!
day, way, say, play, stay
Please practise spelling the words ending in the ay sound. Can you write a sentence too!
This week we are starting to learning our model text – ‘Whatever Next’. Please listen to the story and get an adult to help you read and learn the text.
Here is a copy of the model text and story map.
Here is a link to the story being read.
We are continuing our learning about food chains
Have a look and complete activities by logging onto –
We are starting a new Topic this half term – Ice and Fire.
Enquiry: What was unusual about the London Frost Fairs?
Look at the attached resource –
Write down all of the things that you might do to enjoy yourself if they attended a funfair today.
Look at resource 3
How do you think fairs are different now to those in Charles Dickens time?
Please log onto Education City for more activities related to our learning this week!
Don’t forget we are swimming from this half term. If you are swimming this week remember your costumes, towel and hat! Don’t forget to take out earrings!
If you have any concerns please contact me on my email address [email protected] or leave a message with the school office.
Have a great week!
Mrs Stanley, Mrs Wiggs and Mr Crawley