Friday 8th January 2021
LO: To know how to form One-Armed Robot letters correctly and use these to write labels.
Begin by reading these pages with an adult, older brother or sister.
Think about these questions:
- Would you like to play with these toys?
- Do you have any toys which can move on their own?
- Do you recognise any of the toys in the pictures?
Start by completing this warm up, to get your fingers ready!
Remember how to hold your pencil correctly.
If you had a triangle grip in your home learning pack, use that to help!
Pencil Grip Rhyme
Practice these letters from our previous lessons.
Today we are going to practice writing One-Armed Robot Letters:
Watch this video to see how to form the letters correctly.
Use these guides (you can download them underneath) and lined paper in your book to practice making the letters correctly.
Now we know how to write Long-ladder letters, curly-caterpillar letters and one-armed robots it’s time to write some labels for these pictures of toys.
Remember: start your letters on the line.
(If you have a printer you can download the file and print it out.)
Challenge: Can you write a sentence about each picture?
Now: Complete page 9 in your CGP Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar book.