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Updated 17.11.17

Kingfisher Class 

 

Class Reps

Emma Waite

Simona Coulston

Nanda Kala

What are we learning this Term?

 

 

 

 

Week Commencing: 20.11.17.

 Our key learning this week: 

 

In maths the children will be learning about the language of multiplication using our 2,5 and 10 times tables. 

In literacy the children will be writing a fact file about Grace Darling, enjoying the Pied Piper Theatre performance about the Hare and the Tortoise and finding out about this year's Christmas play.

 

 Must do at home, please:

Spellings:

 Practise the Common Exception words which were sent home at the  beginning of  term. Please see below:

  

Maths:

 Start learning your 2, 5, 10 times table and counting in 3.

Practise reading the time on an analogue clock.

Go shopping using real money, working out exact amounts or checking change given.

 Practise number bonds to 10. 20 and 100.

 Use joined handwriting on the spelling sheet.

 

 

Messages: 

 Please save as many plastic bottles as you can and send them in next week.

 

Please make sure your child brings a coat to school everyday as we try to go out for all play  times if we can.

 

 Please have a look at our new learning tools at the bottom of the page of this link: http://www.standrews- infant.surrey.sch.uk/our-learning/learning-tools

Additional ways to support your child: 

Learn off by heart number bonds to 10, then to 20 e.g 1+9 =10, 2+8 = 10....

 

Please support your child with their reading. This can be with books and other reading materials from school, home and the library. 

We use a couple of great websites to support our teaching, please see the links below:

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

www.ictgames.com

 

Letter Formation used in Year 1 & 2

 

 

Homework 

The book bags come home on a Friday and need to be returned on the following Wednesday.

Please complete homework in pencil.