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Monday 1st March

Phonics - Phase 3 Letters and Sounds


Objective: To practise reading, writing and applying the Phase 3 sound 'ure'.


Please click on the link below for your lesson. You will need paper and a pencil or whiteboard and pen.

Now have a look at the games on the Phonics Play website. Information about this is on the previous page - Phonics Play star.

Username name: jan21, P/W: home


  • Please look at Phase 3 games. 
  • Please choose the Phase 3 sound that you have just learnt when loading a game.
  • Also please practise Phase 3 High Frequency Words by playing 'Tricky Trucks'. 
  • As an extension have a go at writing some of the sounds, words and sentences that you have read from the games.


Phonics extension


- We are practising writing words in sentences.

- Practise GPCs s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u, r, h, b, f, f, l, ll, ss, j, v, w, x, y, z, qu, sh, ch, th, ng, ai, ee, igh, oa, oo, ar, or, ur, oi, ear, air, ure, er
- Look at an alphabet chart and practise the names of letters

- Make a zig zag book about a town. Draw pictures and write sentences.

Literacy - The Three Little Pigs


Objective: To role play feelings with speech


In this lesson children will use spoken role play to explore feelings.

Please click on the link below for your lesson. Then click on the start lesson button. 

Mathematics - Grouping and Sharing


Objective: Exploring counting in groups of five


In this lesson, we will explore counting in groups of five using a range of manipulatives.

Please see activity sheet below. You will also need some bead strings, counters or similar objects and a dice.

Please click on the link below to start the lesson

Understanding the World - Spring


Objective: To look closely at a flower and identify different parts


In this lesson, we join Miss Sidenius in learning about the different parts of a flower. We use our knowledge to create an observational drawing or painting of a flower, making sure to include all of the different features that we can see. To extend this lesson, you could spot different parts of a plant or flower while out on walk. Does a tree have all of the same parts?

Please click on the link below to start the lesson.