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Good Morning, Robins! I hope you are all keeping well and safe and are enjoying learning at home with your grownups.
As I am sure lots of you know, Miss McGinnes' favourite story is 'Tiddler' by Julia Donaldson.
Please find below a link to the story if you would like to share it at home. There is also a sheet of activities for you to have a go at,
I hope you have all had a good weekend.
If you would like to have a go at some Maths activities which come with a lesson tutorial then have a look at:
There are free resources for Early Years through to Year 6.
Can you make a list of the different animals you see on a farm? Use your phonics to sound out the words as you write them.
Good morning Robins !
Its a beautiful sunny morning. I hope you are all well and are managing to some fresh air- at a safe distance of 2 metres of course.
If you are unable to get out then you could have a look at these.
You tube- morning P,E with the body coach Joe Wicks.
This popular at my house at the moment for some reason.
Also this is a good one to get moving along to.
Keep moving Robins and be good to your grownups. Mrs Watson x
Good Morning Remarkable Robins! I hope you are looking forward to learning at home and you have your pack ready! There are lots of activity ideas in your pack for reading, writing, maths and topic work. Here are some activities you could choose if you would prefer to do one of these.
Phonics - Please watch the Ruth Miskin Read Write Inc. video on YouTube. There are sound cards and words in your home learning packs to use to support this. Try and do some phonics everyday and use the resources in your learning packs.
Literacy - Draw a picture of your family in your pink book in your pack and label each person. Write a sentence using your phonics sounds and Fred Talk to tell me who lives in your house. You can tell me a little about what you like to do together. Say the sentence first, over and over until you can repeat it perfectly. Don't forget to pinch your fingers every time you say a word in your sentence so you remember what comes next.
Maths - Use your number square to count to 20 and beyond. You can practise counting in 1's. 2's and 10's.
Throughout this week practise paying for a snack at home. You may like to make some price tags for some of your choices! You could draw coins on paper and write the value on them. The steps below are a progression of your child's learning so you may not achieve them all or you may find that you can start on step one or two.
Step 1 - count in 1p pieces to pay for an item (up to 10p)
Step 2 - buy more than one item for snack (finding a total)
Step 3 - introduce the 2p coin and make an even amount in 2p pieces.
Step 4 - introduce the 10p coin and pay for items in 10p pieces,
Step 5- use a variety of 1/2/10p coins to pay for items together.
Reinforce learning through the rest of the week and do not feel you have to achieve all of the above. You may focus on just one step that is appropriate to your child. Achieving step 1 is BRILLIANT! Everybody has different experiences of coins and learning how to use it can be tricky.
Enjoy your learning!
In preparation for the school closure, please find below information relating to home learning programmes. You will find some details regarding the core subjects (Reading, Writing, Maths) and how these can be accessed each day. In addition to this, you will find some information regarding other curriculum areas as well as a suggested timetable to structure your child's daily learning. These activities have been carefully resourced to ensure that learning can continue as much as possible whilst the school remains closed. Please note that these materials are exactly the same materials as those that will be sent home with the children tomorrow.
This week we have been learning about rhyme through our class story of Commotion in the Ocean and learning about sea creatures.
We have enjoyed looking using 'google' to find videos of our favourite sea creatures from seahorses, jellyfish, hammerhead sharks and the giant octopus.
Our class had an unusual creature in the form of Ollie the Octopus and his amazing textured tentacles. The children had to use their senses to feel from different textured materials to see if they could match a material to Ollie's tentacles and then describe the different materials by their properties.
The Children were brilliant at this. However Olllie was less amazing and need ed his balloon head replacing at least 3 times as the children watched with amusement as his head got smaller and smaller sparking some scientific discussion about what exactly was happening to his head.
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