# Spring Term 2

## Homework 31.03.22 (Due in 20.04.22)

There will be no homework over Easter. We think the children deserve a well earned rest. They have worked so hard this term and we are super proud!

The Big Write on the first Wednesday back will be a retell of 'The Three Little Pigs'. I have attached the story below in case you would like to go through it with your child before the write.

## Homework 24.03.22 (Due in 30.03.22)

Please continue with your personalised sheet. For the phonic sounds and tricky words please remember to review/recap sounds/words even if you think your child has grasped them. A big part of the RWI scheme is to review previous work and sounds.

For maths, if you could carry on paying particular attention to the counting in 2s, 5s and 10s and the doubles/halves. The children being confident with these facts is really supporting our current multiplication and division topic. We have been blown away by the children's work in this unit so far!

For the big write next Wednesday, children will be retelling the Easter story. We have used this story as a focus of our RE topic this half term. Please can you sequence and discuss the story with your child. I have attached the PowerPoint and individual pictures (please use either one). We have also discussed with the children that they do not need to remember the story word for word instead they can use their own words to retell it. We were (once again) blown away by their retell of Elmer the Elephant so thank you for all your hard work at home.

## Homework 17.03.22 (Due in 23.03.22)

For maths, if you could pay particular attention to the counting in 2s, 5s and 10s and the doubles/halves. This will support our current topic of multiplication and division.

For the big write next Wednesday, children will be retelling the story of Elmer the elephant. We have used this story a lot in our PSHE sessions so children should be familiar with it. Please can you sequence the story with your child. I have also attached the story as a link.

## Homework 10.03.22 (Due in 16.03.22)

For the Big Write next week the children will be writing about what a typical day looks like in Year 1 which can be passed onto the Reception children.

An objective in Year 1 is for children to be able to write several sentences in sequence.

Please can you discuss what a normal day at school looks like with your child. We are going to be encouraging them to use sequencing words such as: first, then, after, later, next, in the morning, in the afternoon, finally.

Some examples of sentences might be ...

First, we put away our bag and put on our pumps. Then, we come to the carpet and do some maths questions on the board.

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