Excellent work on your DoodleMaths task yesterday! Last week we were the top ‘Doodlers’ in the whole school – our first time, well done! I hope you all enjoyed drawing or making Big Ben – the photos I saw were amazing! No phonics for Year Ones today as I would like you to plan your Big Write instead!
Read an ebook using Oxford Owl
Watch an episode of numberblocks or alphablocks on CBeebies or YouTube
Whizz through tricky words and sounds PowerPoint
Maths (White Rose accessed via school website)
https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/paint-the-squares practise counting up to 100 and then 2s up to 20, 5s up to 100
Practise doubles using the link below (click on doubles, and in the number range section, ‘doubles to 10’) https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button
Reception – White Rose Home Learning Week 4 Day 2 on the book ‘The Very Busy Spider’
Year One – White Rose Home Learning Week 4 lesson 2 Subtract within 20
Use the link https://bit.ly/34KsiFS if you prefer DFE Letters and sounds otherwise:
YR - Phase 3 Mastery L2 v
Reception Mini Write & Year One Big Write
Today I would like you to write your own mini fact book (year one) or page (reception) about London. Firstly watch the short clip about Paddington Bear looking at a pop-up book about London for Aunt Lucy. It contains lots of information and pictures about London. Enjoy!
Reception – I would like you to choose one famous London Landmark to write about it. This could be The London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben or another landmark you would like to learn about. You can pretend it is for Aunt Lucy! I have provided a London red bus mini book template if you wish to print it out and use this or of course you can make your own books at home by folding A4 paper in half and using staples to fix together. You can write or make as many pages as you like.
Remember to draw your landmark and use capital letters, spacing and full stops correctly when writing your facts! Remember to read your writing too to check it make sense. I hope you enjoy making these books and can't wait to see or read some of them!
Year One - I would like you to use the attached planning sheet to help plan your writing and choose 3 London landmarks to write about. This could be The London Eye, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben or you may like to research some different London landmarks you have learned about, or know of, to write an information book for someone visiting London...maybe for Aunt Lucy! Remember you will have some facts on Purple Mash so this will help you!
I have provided a London red bus mini book template if you wish to print it out and use this or of course you can make your own books at home by folding A4 paper in half and using staples to fix together. You can write or make as many pages as you like or you can use your home learning book and add subheadings. Remember to draw each of your landmarks and use capital letters, spacing and full stops correctly when writing your facts! Read your writing too to check it make sense. I hope you enjoy making these books and can't wait to see or read some of them!
Afternoon activity for Reception and Year One – naming trees
So far we have learned about different wild plants and garden plants. This week we are going to try to learn the different parts of a tree and the name different types of trees. Year Ones you are also going to learn what is an 'evergreen' tree and a 'deciduous' tree. Firstly share together the attached power point ‘Label and recognise different trees’ ( Reception, you do not have to do activity 2). On your daily walk I would like you to either try to collect different types of leaves to identify them at home using the ‘Tree Identification Sheet’ or take the sheet with you on your walk and use as a tick list. See how many different types of trees you can find and name! Have fun!
Remember Year Ones…try to learn what is an ‘evergreen’ tree and what is a ‘deciduous’ tree.
Enjoy your work today!
Take care and keep smiling