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Mill Hill Primary School

Learning for a Lifetime

CompassionWe show care and consideration to everyone

RespectWe value everyone and everything

CommitmentWe set our goal and work hard to achieve this

SuccessWe are proud of ourselves and celebrate this


Letters and Sounds. 


Pick 10 items from around your home and draw a picture of them, you could also label it as an extra challenge. 



Clap and count the syllables, and record that number next to it. 





Which object had the most syllables? 

which had the least? 

Bean these words

and read them out loud. 

Create a message to your nan telling her about the tiger we found this week in the garden. 



use the phone message icon in the dress up box in purple mash. 


This afternoon is handwriting practise and reading with your grown up. 


2 rows of each letter shape:


i l t


You could also make these letters with playdough. 


if you don't have any you can make a simple batch with this recipe. 


2 cups of plain flower

1 cup of salt

2 large spoon of oil

1 cup of warm water. 


mix all this together until it makes a dough.


If you have food colouring, add  it to the water before you mix into the flour.