Week Beginning Monday 19th October 2020

Opal's book of the week:
'All are Welcome'
by Alexandra Penfold and illustrated by Suzanne Kaufman
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In RWI we teach the pure sounds to help the children blend. Check out the Ruth Miskin video  below which give examples of these :)
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Practise writing the sounds we have already learnt in school. Don't worry if you don't have a printer remember you can air write with 'Peter Pointer'. 
Maths in Opal this week...
 
We are focusing on sorting objects. You can help your child at home with this by asking your child to sort their toys into two groups.
You could sort them by size, length, soft toys, hard toys etc. 
 
Encourage your child to tell you why they have chosen to put that teddy there...For example "Why have you put the teddy bear in this pile? "Because this is my small teddy pile. 
 
CHALLENGE: Can your child sort the toys into more than two piles? 
In Forest School Friday last week we made dens for our 'Forest Friends' and showed how we would know if someone was happy, sad or angry by their facial expression.