I hope your week got off to a good start. I needed a hot chocolate when I got home from school yesterday I was a bit chilly!! I can’t believe it’s the last day in June, this month seems to have flown by – hopefully July will bring some sunshine for us 🙂
Here are today’s home learning tasks:
This link will take you to the phonics lessons:
Reception, your lesson will be uploaded at 10am. Year 1s, your lesson will be uploaded at 10:30am. If you feel like you need a bit of extra practice there is another lesson at 11:00am that focuses on blending sounds. After they have been uploaded the videos are available to view at any time throughout the day.
If you’re struggling to concentrate for the full video, try doing it in sections and have a break between each bit.
Fine Motor Skills:
Have a go at one of the activities from the grid below.
Practise your handwriting and learn how to form the one armed robot letters.
Reception: This week your learning will be based on the book ‘Oliver’s Vegetables’. Today you will be playing a memory game and practising your counting.
Year 1: This week you will be ordering numbers, counting and recognising coins and notes.
Today you will be learning to recognise coins.
Worksheet: Lesson 2 – Recognising coins
Answers: Answers – Recognising coins
Reception: Today you will listen to the story of Beegu, by Alexis Deacon. You will think about who has shown Beegu kindness and who could have shown more kindness. We end the lesson by writing a message to Beegu to show her that she is welcome on Earth.
Year 1: Today you will be doing an instruction map so that you can remember the key parts of planting a seed. You will need a piece of paper, plain if you have it, and a pencil
Barnaby is preparing to stay at the farm https://www.bbc.co.uk/bitesize/clips/z9qtfg8. Farms can be quite dangerous places, can you design a poster to warn people of the dangers when walking around a farm.
If you have any problems or any work you’d like to send us to see please contact Nikki in the office and she will forward it onto us. We love seeing what you get up to!
Have a great day!
Miss Horton 🙂