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Week 3

Welcome to the Summer Term! We hope you enjoyed your Easter holiday.

For Year 1, please do the Week 3 Maths and English home learning activities for Y1 on Class 2 page.

Please scroll down for EYFS activities for the English and Maths activities for this week as well as some general skills and play activities to choose from.

Mrs Harwood has planned some interesting History activities for Week 3 which are below.

Please continue to access Mathletics regularly at home so we can see where you are up to.

Please email us if you can't find your login cards. 

Keep up with your phonics learning by visiting www.phonics.play.co.uk and work your way through the activities. Our school login is:      username: msmcep password: school

Year 1 children should work through  Phases 3, 4 and 5 and EYFS children can work through Phases 1 and 2.

Science work this week is Week 1 of the document below and it involves the whole family. The task is to investigate this question:

Is there a link between the length of your outstretched arms and your height?

Science Home Learning Tasks.

Any parents who would like more support with Phonics are very welcome to click on this powerpoint about how Phonics is taught in school.  This is the powerpoint that Mrs. Marshall uses on the Parents' Talk in September.  At this stage, EYFS children will generally be working on Phases 2 and 3. There is a lot of very helpful information about how we pronounce the letter sounds in school as well as  clear information about which letters combine to make a new sound, e.g. c-h makes a "ch" sound, as in ch-ur-ch. 

Any parent who needs further support can email Mrs Marshall on : sm@mellor.lancs.sch.uk

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