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Berkshire School Games
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Fine motor control
If you have some playdoh, try making lots of little balls. How many can you make in 5 minutes?
Alternatively, do some colouring.
Go through all your speed sounds using your booklet, flash cards or maybe look at the Ruth Miskin website for a guided session. There are lots of videos to choose from. Choose a set 2 or 3 sound that you think your child needs to work on, or just work though a different one each day.
- Green storybook words using Fred talk if necessary
- Red words
- Speedy green words using Fred in the head
Now read the story to your child with them following along. Every now and then, pause and get them to read the next word.
E.g. You: Mama hen had a ...
To make it more fun, sometimes read the wrong word and get them to correct you.
E.g. You: Things began to go wrong in the Winter.
Now ask your child to read the whole story again out loud. Encourage Fred in the head.
Hold a sentence
Say the following sentence and ask your child to repeat. Keep doing this until they are confident that they know the sentence. Then write it down asking them to help you with spelling, capital letters etc. Now hide this and ask them to write the sentence independently. If they have made mistakes, encourage them to correct them.
Scruffy Ted - He has red and black socks.
Duckchick - Things began to go wrong in the spring.
Challenge: The duckchick flapped his long wings and jumped into the pond.
Watch the video and complete the worksheet when it tells you to.
Have a go at this game.
Listen to the story of The Three Billy Goats Gruff and answer the questions at the end.
Teams call 2pm
Logon to Teams and join the call.
If you cannot join our Teams call, please watch the video on the Lord's Prayer and try to join in where you can.
Listen to Mrs Bagshaw reading The Trouble with Dragons.