Learning from home
- Home readers
Practise basic facts
Year 1 heart words
my, the, I, to, he, she, we, see, do, are, for, her, have, said, here, they, come, was, one, two, went, look, you, going, like.
Year 2 heart words
there, want, out, could, would, should, all, ball, small, call, other, brother, mother, another, over, after, because, school, people, friend, put, some, were, who, your, what, down, saw.
Year 3 heart words
any, also, ask, ever, many, very, only, help, their, through, bought, really, hour, gone, never, always, house, eyes, more, once, our, fast, last.
Below I have also included links to websites, apps, and activities that have some good activities for students to do.
Sound card used for Year 1-2 students to practice letter sounds. Watch the videos next to the card to ensure your sounds are correct. The school has printed copies if requested.
Examples of questions for students to answer after doing these activities below...
Summarise what the article is about, and identify three interesting things you have learnt.
Paragraph 1 - What is this article about?
Para 2, 3, and 4.
First sentence outlines one interesting thing.
Next 2-3 sentences give a bit more detail about why it is interesting to you.
Next sentence links the interesting thing, or something about it, to something else in the world.
Draw a diagram or picture that helps explain something you have learnt to someone else. Make sure to use labels to identify the important parts of your diagram. Explain how your object works in no more than five bullet points.
What was the most difficult thing you had to do? Why was this so difficult?
What did you want to learn more about, or improve next time?
Take a picture of the best part of your work, post it on seesaw and write three sentences explaining why you chose this part.