Home Learning Week 5
Mental Health Awareness Week
The theme of this year's Children’s Mental Health Week is Express Yourself.
Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing activities that make you feel good.
Listen to this music -Billy Ocean & the Young Voices Choir
Everyday, I would like you to click on the book below, choose your challenge and read as many words in the video as possible. Try to read them as fast as you can without sounding out. This will build up speed and fluency in your reading. When you can read all words quickly move onto the next challenge! This is the same as the Reading Challenge we do in school. Now you can do it at home too by clicking on the link below!
Reception - New Vowel Diagraph 'ee' 'ee as in bee'
Practice writing cursive 'ee'
Can you spell words like
Can you spot the new diagraph in this sentence? Can you read the sentence?
I see a jeep.
Year 1 - Alternative pronunication 'Y as in yes, every, try and crystal'
Sing the alphabet - remember to say all the letters . Practise writing the alphabet in capitals and lower case.
Mental Maths Game -Greg Tang Math (Junior)
Match the pairs which could be numerals, numbers as words, ten frames, base ten or fingers on hands. there are different levels the highest of which goes up to twenty.
Reception - Alive in 5 Week 2 Session 2 - Making pairs
Year 1- Subtraction not crossing 10 (Counting back)
Our Story this week is ' Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you See?'
Listen to the song again
Use this repetitive phrase
'Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What do you hear?
Press the button and listen to the sound
Child can name the animal and describe the sound
eg 'I hear a dog barking at me' (Drag the animal onto the sound button to check)
Science – What are the five senses?
Our Yoga Video for Mental Health Week
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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