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Shark Facts | Why Sharks are so awesome | Fun Facts for Kids

Shark Facts for Kids. Enjoy our new videos from series of Fun Facts for Kids. This video of Baby Sharks and Large Sharks will teach children about various fu...

This week we are learning all about sharks. Watch the video above to find out some amazing facts, all about sharks.

Below are a selection of activities for you to complete. Don't forget to send photos of your work to your teachers email address.

nadine.elvin@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk

allison.diggle@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk

laura.whittle@audleyinfant.blackburn.sch.uk

Thank you

This week we would like you to:

  1. Label a picture of a shark. (see shark labelling sheet below)
  2. Use your labelled picture to write some sentences all about sharks. 

         Blue group- we would you to use one of the words in a simple sentence.

         Green group-  we would like you to write 3 sentences. Remember to use finger        spaces between each word.

         Red and Yellow group- we would like you to think of 5 sentences. Remember to use your 3 writing goals (Capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.)

  1. Look at the shark questions below. How many can you answer?

Shark Facts for Kids | Classroom Edition Sharks Learning Video

Shark facts! Learn all about sharks with these shark facts for kids! This is an animal learning video you will not want to miss! Perfect for the classroom

Interesting facts about Sharks | Educational Video for Kids.

In this video we are going to know the most interesting facts about the sharks, come with us to this adventure and learn all you can.

Super Sharks!

Sharks are fascinating creatures with cool teeth, awesome scales, and there are over 450 kinds of sharks!

Phonics 

This week we are learning how to read very long words, we will start with a recap of nonsense words. Watch the video below first. 

Phonics Assessment Episode 5 - Blending and Decoding Pseudo Words

Watch UK school teacher Mr Thorne and practice reading nonsense words.

 So this week we are going to be learning how to read compound words. Compound words are words that have been made up of two smaller words put together like laptop and hairbrush.

 

Say a word e.g. desktop, clap each syllable and ask your child to do the same. Repeat with two or three more words laptop, windmill, starlight.  Clap the first word again and the first clap is on desk and the second is on top. Ask your child to sound out desk and write it down. Repeat with the second syllable (top). Read the complete word. Repeat with another word. (lunchbox, helpdesk,  treetop, desktop, sandwich, sandpit)

 

Don’t forget to play Phonics play games using phase 4 words and complete the activities on education city too!

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