Kittiwakes Week 8: 1st Mar '21

Week 8
This week there are two special days included in our planning, World Book Day and St Piran's day.  There activities linked to both of these in our weekly learning grid below.  This week's home learning is laid out for you below in the usual way.  As before, there are daily live lessons detailed below each day, which I would continue to encourage you to log in to with your child.  These provide me with an essential point of contact with your children for monitoring their progress with the tasks that we complete together.  This page will be updated weekly with a range of activities, and all of the learning will be follow the same progression as we would have been following in school, so that your child does not need to miss out while they are learning at home with you.
This half term, our topic is 'Food, Glorious Food', and I will include the Knowledge Organiser for this at the start of each week's learning.  This document provides an overview of the knowledge and vocabulary that the children will be developing over the coming weeks, and the activities that I provide each week will give you everything you need for supporting your child's learning. 
Every day there are two recorded video sessions for you to access with your child, one for their daily RWI Phonics session, and one for their White Rose Maths.  Links for these are underneath each day of the week below. 
Read Write Inc Phonics  Your child only needs to watch the Set 1 Speed Sounds, Word Time and Spelling film every day (unless I have been in touch to let you know otherwise).  
White Rose Maths  This week the children will be continuing with the new unit called 'Building 9&10'.
Along with these recorded lessons, we are now delivering our daily live lessons.  You can join these via MS Teams. Information about the content of each of these live sessions will be given underneath each day below, along with the time of each session (please note that these might be subject to change, so keep an eye on Dojo for any announcements).  Should your child be unable to attend these sessions, they will be recorded and available for later viewing.  
In addition to these daily sessions, each week I will upload a Learning Grid which will include a range of activities that you can complete at home.  These activities are designed to be completed at a pace that suits you across the week, so that in addition to the core subjects of Phonics, Maths and our live lessons, you can pick one or two of these activities.  In Early Years it is very common for children to select the same activity several times, so please don't hesitate to revisit anything that has worked particularly well for you and your child.  At this age, knowledge and skills are embedded largely through play and repetition, so if they want to do some things several times, this is all perfectly acceptable!
Reading continues to be a key part of your child's daily activities, whether this is reading books that are matched to their phonic ability, or sharing a story with you during the day.  For targeted reading books, please contact me for information about logging in to Oxford Owl for a range of online ebooks.
As always,  if you have any questions or need any support with the activities here, please message me via Class Dojo.  Do keep an eye on Dojo messages and on this page, for news and updates about our online provision.
Take care, and stay safe
Mrs Champion
Weekly Learning Grid
The documents below support the activities from the learning grid for this week. 
Daily Sessions
Monday 1st March
Live Lesson 11.05am: Today we will read our key test Jasper's Beanstalk again, and make a story map to go with it.
Live Lesson 2.50pm: Storytime
Tuesday 2nd March
Live Lesson 9.00am: This morning we will retell our story using our story map, and add some actions to go with it.
Live Lesson 11.00am: Ahead of our return to school next week, in this session we will be having a think about our feelings about that.
Live Lesson 2.50pm: Storytime
Wednesday 3rd March
Live Lesson 11.05am:  Today we will be looking at how Jasper might have been feeling at different points of the story, and adding those feelings to our story map.
Live Lesson 2.50pm: Storytime
Thursday 4th March
Live Lesson 9.00am: Our first live lesson today will be joining our school assembly for World Book Day.
Live Lesson 11.00am: For our Talk 4 Writing lesson today, we will be focusing on the days of the week within the story.  The document below is the follow up activity for this lesson.
Live Lesson 2.50pm: Storytime
Friday 5th March
Live Lesson 9.00am: Our first live lesson today will be joining the rest of the school for a St Piran's day assembly.
Live Lesson 11.00am: This live lesson will combine our storytime and Talk 4 Writing sessions, as we re-read Jasper's Beanstalk together.  We will be focusing on how patient Jasper had to be while he waited.  The activity below follows this live lesson.