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Week 9

Friday 22nd May

 

Physical Development- Join in with Joe Wicks as he hosts a live workout from 9am. Click here to join in!

 

Literacy- Practise your phonics by sounding out each of the words below and blending them together. Say the sounds and read the word. You can press on the 'sound buttons' if it helps!

 

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Maths- Write out each number path in your workbooks. Can you fill in the missing numbers as you go?

 

Understanding the World- Click on the document below and read about some of the jobs that you could do when you are older. What sort of job would you like to do? Discuss your thoughts with your family and then fill in the sheet with your dream job.

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Expressive Arts- Enjoy dancing along to the following videos. They're some of your favourites from Chaffinch class!

Banana Banana Meatball

Milkshake 

 

Thursday 21st May

 

Physical Development- Join in with Joe Wicks as he hosts a live workout from 9am. Click here to join in!

 

Literacy- Practise recognising your tricky words by clicking on the links below. 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvMyssfAUx0&t=5s

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R087lYrRpgY&t=2s

 

Now look at each picture featured below. Can you sound out and blend the words to read each sentence? Look out for those tricky words!

 

 

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Maths- Continuing with the theme of doubling and halving, can you recall what double and half of each number is. Complete the sentences from the sheet below in your workbooks. You could use objects to help you. 

 

Expressive Arts- Choose 5 objects from around your home that you could use as musical instruments. They could include a wooden spoon and saucepan or a jar of pasta as a shaker! Create your own band and choose 2 of your favourite songs to play along to. Can you perform to your family?

 

PSED- Help with some jobs around your home and discuss what responsibilities we have in our homes to keep them clean and tidy e.g. hoovering, changing the beds, doing the washing etc. 

Wednesday 19th May

 

Physical Development- Join in with Joe Wicks as he hosts a live workout from 9am. Click here to join in!

 

Literacy- Click on the document below to read the story Hide-a-Saurus.

Write a caption or sentence to go with the picture from the story...

 

Maths- Continue practising the concept of halving by completing the sheet below. You can draw the ladybirds in your workbooks.

 

Expressive Arts- Draw your own dinosaur! Will it be a friendly one or scary one?

 

Understanding the World- Recite the days of the week and talk about what you might do on each of these days. Can you now name the months of the year in order? What months do your family members have birthdays in?

Tuesday 19th May

 

Physical Development- Join in with Joe Wicks as he hosts a live workout from 9am. Click here to join in!

 

Literacy- Practise sounding out these words and writing them in your work books: 

tin, fox, nut, hunt, jump, left, nest, desk, slug, plum, bell, miss, fuzz. Which words have two letters that make one sound?

 

Maths- Following on from yesterdays activity on halving, can you draw out the ladybirds in your books and halve the number of spots so each wing has the same? 

 

EAD- This week is going to be nice and sunny. Draw or paint a picture of a sunny day! You could use the picture below to give you ideas. Describe your picture to a family member. Why did you choose the colours you did?

 

PSED- This week is Mental Health Week. A time when we can think about how we can look after ourselves. Think about things that might make you sad, scared, frustrated or worried. What can we do when we start to feel these things? Write down two things that you could do if you started to feel frustrated or scared etc. It might be asking your mum and dad for a cuddle or going to a quiet spot in the house and having some quiet time. 

 

Physical Development- Take some time before bedtime (or at a suitable time in the day) to join in with Jamie as she takes you through some relaxing yoga moves. Click here to join in!

Monday 18th May

 

Physical Development- Join in with Joe Wicks as he hosts a live workout from 9am. Click here to join in!

 

Literacy- Practice writing your letters A-Z using the formation rhymes. Then practise sounding out and writing the following words: pen, map, jug, buzz, mess, fill. 

 

Maths- This week we will be exploring the concept of halving. Halving is where you split an object or group of objects into two groups and each group will be the same size (have the same number of objects in it).

For this task you may find it easier to have a group of the same objects (e.g. counters, dried pasta pieces etc) and two bowls or plates to put them on. 

 

1. Have two objects in front of you. Share them between each bowl. E.g. one for that bowl, one for that bowl. How many does each bowl have? Complete the sentence 'half of two is ...'. 

2. Now get four objects. Can you find a way to share them between each bowl so that each bowl has the same amount? How many does each bowl have? Complete the sentence 'half of four is ...'. 

3. Repeat for numbers 6, 8 and 10.

 

Now in your work books, write out and complete the following sentences:

Half of 2 is ... 

Half of 4 is ... 

Half of 6 is ... 

Half of 8 is ... 

Half of 10 is ... 

 

Expressive Arts- Choose a family member to draw a portrait of. A portrait is where you only draw someones face. Look at or think of the person you have chosen. What colour eyes do they? Is their hair long or short? Curly or straight? Have a go at drawing them!

 

PSED- How is everyone feeling today? Draw faces to show whether they are happy, sad, excited, tired...

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