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  • Watch the video - Geraldine Giraffe learns the 'ee' digraph:
  • Afterwards, have a go at saying the sound and the rhyme ‘ee – What can you see?’ See if you can find this digraph on your sound mat too.
  • Then have a go at writing out the digraph using the sound sheet (below). If you do not have a printer, you can practise tracing over some letters written out by a grown-up and then have a go at drawing out some of your own on plain paper.


Read red words: Read the book - Dear Zoo by Rod Campbell. If you do not have a copy of the book, here is a link to a version of it read by the author Rod Campbell -

Can your child read along with the story recalling the words - I, to, the, he, was, they? Practise the red words - either by writing them outside and jumping onto the correct word, or placing them on post-it notes around the house and running to the correct one. If your child can read them, try spelling them.



First of all, warm up your muscles -


Then practise the 'Ladder Letters' - l, i, t, u, j, y. Your grown up can write the first one in felt tip for you to trace over and then complete the rest of the line yourself, or print out the attached sheet below.

Ladder Letters - on page 4 and 5 of attached document


Today's lesson is on the Oak Academy website. Once on the site, select Subjects -Early Years Foundation Stage - Maths - Number Grouping and Sharing - Lesson 6 - Exploring sharing objects into two equal groups -


Whizzy Maths/Art

Positional Language: Make a pebble pet.

Be as creative as you like! Once you've made one, position it in different places. Can you say where it is? For example - My dog is on top of the rock. My cat is under the leaf. My tiger is next to the stick.


We are going to be learning about the artist - Piet Mondrian. Watch this power-point to find out more about him.