Wednesday 13th January 2021
Activities of the day.
Hi! Week 2 of home learning. You will find everything you need on this page and I know you will try really hard to complete the tasks. Each activity should last for approximately 15 minutes spread throughout the day, with lots of time in-between to self-initiate your own play. Enjoy and have fun learning.
Use your Class Dojo pupil profile to submit your tasks when you have finished. I will add Dojo points to your profile for all work completed and I will share examples on our class page.
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Topic - Music
Learn to read 'Ww'
Practise writing 'w' and write the words on the Class Dojo worksheet.
Reading - Phase 2 Early Reading Comprehension Activity
Complete the sheet and return on Class Dojo.
Your child knows all these letters and can blend them together to read the word. Let them read the sentence over and over again to read fluently and remember the words. Once they understand the sentence they can draw the missing information.
Watch the video Split Vowel Diagraph review
Read the Winter Phase 4 Early Reading Comprehension Activity.
Remember to blend the words in your head and just say the word, look for all those High Frequency words. Read the whole sentence fluently - this will help you understand the sentence and draw the missing information.
Book of the week - Bedtime Reading
Count 1-20 forward and backwards
Ask an adult to help read the question and complete the Maths Activity Mat on Class Dojo
Practise counting in 2's (up to 50)
Complete the Year 1 Spring Maths Activity Mat on Class Dojo
Reception -Numberblocks Stampolines
Year 1: Revisit Tens and ones
Watch the video
Complete the worksheet on Class Dojo
Spelling Challenge words - say the word, cover the word, write the word.
Sheet to be found on Class Dojo
Spelling Challenge 1 - say the word, cover the word, write the word.
Sheet to be found on Class Dojo
Bat Learns to Dance - Lesson 6 - To recycle the story of Bat Learns to Dance
Look at the story map of 'Bat learns to Dance'
Draw three new characters for our new story - draw them in your book and label them.
Science - Seasonal Changes
Do you have binoculars at home? If not you can make a pair using paper or some old cardboard rolls. Look out the window - what can you see? Tell an adult.
Have a look at the bird sheet on Class Dojo - how many of these birds visit your garden?
You could go on a walk and look for different birds.
Are there lots of birds in winter? Can you think of a reason why there are not so many birds around?
Listen to- celebrations by the Kool and the Gang
How does this piece of music make you feel? Do you like it? Which part was your favourite?
How many of these nursery rhymes do you know? Put on a show for your teddies. Sing them whilst you play.
1. One potato, Two potato 2. Hickory Dickory Dock 3. Pat-a-cake
4. five little ducks went swimming one day 5. This old man
Share a story with an adult.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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