I hope you enjoyed your work yesterday and your Doodlemaths task – well done for all your efforts! Here is your work for today, remember you can do the activities in any order and try to do the best that you can.
Joe Wicks daily workout on YouTube, try some GoNoodle dances https://family.gonoodle.com/ or some fun dance/movement videos with some of your favourite CBeebies/CBBC and other well known charactershttps://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers or go for a walk
Read an ebook using Oxford Owl
Watch an episode of numberblocks or alphablocks on CBeebies or YouTube
Firstly I would like you all to practise your mental maths: Count in 2s, 5s and 10s and practise the doubles song https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8jOzhiACB68
Reception – White Rose Home Learning Week 2 Day 2 on the book ‘Night Pirates’
Year One – White Rose Home Learning Week 2 lesson 2 Find a quarter (1)
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YR - DFE letters & sounds ee live at 10am
Y1 - DFE letters & sounds a-e live at 10.30am
Reception Mini Write
Today I would like you to choose your favourite teddy bear and draw a picture of your favourite teddy in your workbook. Next I would like you to write 2 or 3 sentences describing your bear. Remember to add as much detail as possible in your sentences – remember how you labelled a picture of Paddington last week using lots of detail? Your sentences could read something like this! My favourite teddy bear is called…My bear has soft, (colour?) fur and (colour?) eyes…I love my bear because…
Big Write- Year One
I would like you to get your favourite teddy bear too and have a look at it very carefully. You are going to write a letter to Paddington Bear pretending that you have lost your own favourite bear in London and ask Paddington to help find it. I would like you to write using as many adjectives (describing words) in your sentences when describing your bear to Paddington. Can you write 5 sentences using adjectives carefully in each sentence to describe your bear to Paddington? You could begin by telling Paddington your bear’s name. Your letter may start like this…
Please help me! I have lost my favourite teddy bear in London! My bear is called ...It has soft, (colour?) fur and (colour?) eyes.
Remember to use capital letters and full stops correctly as well as spacing between words and don’t forget to put who the letter is from…you! Draw a picture at the bottom of your letter to help Paddington even further!
I am so glad that you all enjoyed our science activity last week, finding and labelling the different parts of a plant. You produced some amazing drawings! Today I am going to ask you to try to find/name some wild plants that you might find in your garden or out on a walk. Firstly look through the attached ‘Common Wild Plants (first half)’ powerpoint to give an idea and then get spotting or hunting!
Reception Understanding the World – use the attached ‘Reception Wild Plant Hunt tick sheet’ to see how many wild plants you can find. Enjoy looking carefully and try to name some of the plants! You don’t have to print the sheet off – get a grown up to scribe and make your own list if you prefer!
Year One Science – Year Ones I would like you to complete the same activity above but try to make a tally chart (this counts how many of each flower you can find – some help maybe needed to explain grown-ups!). Use the attached ‘Year One Wild Plant Hunt Tally Sheet’ if you wish or make your own list in your workbook.
Enjoy your work today! Don’t forget that either Miss Angel or I will be trying to contact you all during the course of this week so we look forwards to catching up!
Take care and keep smiling