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Term 4 2019-20

Week commencing 23rd March 2020

 

Home Learning

Here you will find activities for your child to complete.  

For each subject there are two activities. 

Please choose the right one for your child or do both if you prefer! 

Wednesday 25th March 2020

 

Literacy:

Activity 1:

Make a double-sided face with one side having a happy face and the other sad.  Pretend to be Jesus and decide if he is happy or sad at different parts of the story and use your face to demonstrate this.  Why do you think that?

Children to write what are the happy part and sad part in the story.

See documents attached below (Wednesday 25.3.20 Literacy Activity 1)

 

Activity 2:

Children to draw a picture of beginning, middle and end of the Easter story with a sentence underneath that describes the picture.

(E.g. Jesus and his friends were eating, Jesus was put on a cross, Jesus rose from the dead).

See documents attached below (Wednesday 25.3.20 Literacy Activity 2)

 

Numeracy:

Activity 1: 

Fill in the missing numbers to complete the path. When complete point to a number. Can you find that number of…teddys/cars/lego etc.

See documents attached below (Wednesday 25.3.20 Maths Activity 1- Missing number to 20)

 

Activity 2: 

Join the numbers up to make a total of 10. Prompt with questions such as…

·      How many do we have to start with?

·      How many more do we need to get to 10?

·      Shall we count on from the number we started with to find out?

 See documents attached below (Wednesday 25.3.20 Maths Activity 2- Addition to 10)

 

Phonics:

Practice the digraph ‘oo’ sound in ‘zoom to the moon’

  • Say in different silly voices
  • Practice writing the oo sound (in the air/on your hand)
  • Make the oo sound using different materials (E.g. play dough/rice)
  • Look at the pictures or use them to play as Pictionary game where you draw a picture for them and they guess the word - can they write the word shown using the digraph ‘oo’?

See documents attached below (Wednesday 25.3.20 Phonics 'oo' digraph)

 

Useful website to practice phonics sounds

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

 

Reading:

Please listen to your child read every day and practice their segmenting and blending of words. Remind them that tricky words (E.g. the, me, she etc.) must be read by sight.

Talk about what is happening in the story. Who is in the story? What did they do?


Learning challenge:

How can you sort objects in your house?

Sort them based on their properties; hard, soft, colour

Sort by the materials they are made from wood, plastic, metal, paper

 

PE:

Joe Wicks will be providing a short PE lesson every morning at 9am from Monday – Friday which can be accessed via his YouTube channel.

Please follow link provided: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME

Tuesday 24rd March 2020

 

Literacy:

Activity 1:

Children to sequence the pictures of the Easter story. Can they talk about what is happening in each picture? Can they write a word underneath each picture (E.g. meal, cross, tomb, alive)

See attached document below (Tuesday 24.3.20 Literacy Activity 1 and 2)

 

Activity 2:

Children to Children to sequence the pictures of the Easter story. Can they talk about what is happening in each picture? Can they write a sentence under a few of the pictures to describe what is happening?

See attached document below (Tuesday 24.3.20 Literacy Activity 1 and 2)

 

Numeracy:

Activity 1: 

Cut carefully around the shapes and then arrange them to make a chick picture.

 See attached document below (Tuesday 24.3.20 Maths Activity 1- Chick shape recognition and cutting)

 

Activity 2: 

Practice number formation on the Easter eggs. Start with your pencil on the green arrow, then finish when you get to the red dot. Colour in the Eggs when finished!

See attached document below (Tuesday 24.3.20 Maths Activity 2- Number formation)

 

Phonics:

Practice the digraph ‘oo’ sound in ‘look in a book’

  • Say in different silly voices
  • Practice writing the oo sound (in the air/on your hand)
  • Make the oo sound using different materials (E.g. play dough/rice)
  • Look at the pictures or use them to play as Pictionary game where you draw a picture for them and they guess the word - can they write the word shown using the digraph ‘oo’?

See attached document below (Tuesday 24.3.20 Phonics 'oo' digraph)

 

You can practice singing our phonics sounds with your children too.

See attached document below (Song of sounds PowerPoint)

This is a list of some tricky words to practice too.

See attached document below (Year R Tricky words)

 

Useful website to practice phonics sounds

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

 

Reading:

Please listen to your child read every day and practice their segmenting and blending of words. Remind them that tricky words (E.g. the, me, she etc.) must be read by sight.

Talk about what is happening in the story. Who is in the story? What did they do?


Learning challenge:

How can you sort objects in your house?

Sort them based on their properties; hard, soft, colour

Sort by the materials they are made from wood, plastic, metal, paper

 

 

PE:

Joe Wicks will be providing a short PE lesson every morning at 9am from Monday – Friday which can be accessed via his YouTube channel.

Please follow link provided: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K6r99N3kXME

 

 

Learning challenge Term 4:

 

 

 

Which words can I use to describe everyday materials?

 

 

What is similar and different about materials?

Why is the Easter story happy and sad?

 

 

We have been learning, through Christian teachings, about our school value of Compassion.  What small act of kindness could you do today?

 

 

 Our learning power this term is the inquisitive learner. 

An Inquisitive Learner is good at using how and why questions when trying to find things out.

Mike the Monkey – The inquisitive learner

 


We have so much to learn, so many questions to answer and we are using our new, “Ask it baskets” to help us that we introduced last term.


We're looking forward to helping you find the answers to all of your fantastic questions!

 


Please remember to always have your P.E Kit in school as well as your reading books and reading record.

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