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Children will dance to just dance you tube
They will perform Wake Up Shake up-
Children will go on walks in the environment to spot various flat shapes. Children will talk about the importance of exercise
Reading and Writing
Children will listen and talk about the story-Naughty Bus
Children will read the story of the Naughty Bus. Children to think of a sentence to write about the story and write it by sounding out the letters to write the word. Alternatively an adult can scribe the sentence and then the child copies the sentence to encourage fine motor skills. Can they hear initial sounds in words?
Hears & says the initial sound in words.
Tuesday-Friday Revise sounds already covered s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d, g, o, c, k, ck, e, u Go over tricky words and spell I, no, go, to, into, the Spell and read he, she, me, be, you, are, all, her, was, they, my (some children will know these already). If your child has not covered these introduce them over the next few weeks, showing the words daily and encouraging children to spell. The next words to learn to read and spell are said, have, so, do, some, come, little, one, were, out, what, when, there. Once again flashcard these words daily.
Introduce the sound r on Scrap’s Phonics. Read these words together by sounding out each letter to read the words rat, rip, rock, rig, ran Write r on a whiteboard/ paper.
Watch Scrap’s phonics on r again. Read the r words again now record r in books and write the words. If your child can not do this, focus on the sound alone.
Introduce the sound h on Scrap’s Phonics. Read these words together by sounding out each letter to read the words hat, hen, hit, hip, hog. Write h on a whiteboard/ paper.
Watch Scrap’s phonics on h again. Read the h words again now record h in books and write the words. If your child can not do this, focus on the sound alone.
Daily write numerals to 5/10/20 and re-call 1 more and 1 less than a number.
Write numbers to 20. Adult to describe the shapes. -Circle, square, triangle, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, oval, circle. Go on a shape walk. What shapes can the children find and name?
Adult to describe the shapes. Can the children guess the shape from the adults description? For example I have 3 straight sides and 3 corners-triangle. I have 1 curved edge and no straight edges. I do not have corners- Circle. Talk about shapes with the exception of oval and circle as having the same number of corners as they have sides/edges. For example a pentagon has 5 edges/sides and 5 corners, a hexagon 6 edges/sides and 6 corners.
As yesterday. Name the shapes. Now can the children describe the shapes and name them? Take it in turns between adults and children.
Continue to name and describe shapes. Children will make a picture using various shapes. You may wish to introduce right angles. Adult to show an L shape using thumb and finger and talk about the shapes that have right angles.
Talk about repeating patterns. Have a look at various objects with repeating patterns. Adult to model a repeating patterns using 2 shapes, then 3 shapes and 4 (ability dependent). Provide opportunities with toys to recreate patterns with bricks, natural objects outside ie twig stone, leaf and objects inside.
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Children will create patterns on paper using paints with lego vehicles or wheeled toy vehicles. Children will use scissors to improve fine motor skills and cut shapes.
Above is just an example only, you can always draw your own shapes for your child to cut around.
Children will take note of what they have observed on a walk. They will create their own road and add the things to the road based on what they have seen on their walk.
See the attached photo below to show as an example.
Purple mash and Mini Mash are now available for your child to access, please have a play around and visit your child's tray to see the work that has been set.
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Phonics introduce the letter sound e and u.
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Please look in a dictionary and write words beginning with e and u.
Please practise the spellings underneath.
Reading and Writing.
Children will read the story of ‘Kipper’s Toybox’ –open the hyperlink above and talk about the story. Ask your child to think of a sentence to write about the story and write it by sounding out the letters to write the word. Alternatively you can scribe the sentence and then copy your sentence to encourage fine motor skills.
Count out 10p and if able to 20p. Count out different amounts of 1p coins and write down how much. Write the amount next to the coins, remind them to add p for pence.
Continue as yesterday counting out different amounts in random order to 10p and 20p.
Count out two sets. Compare the different sets. Which has more, which has less. Count both sets to check the amounts.
Count out various sets of 1p coins in random order to 10p and up to 20p. Now can they get one more. How many now. Can they tell you without counting. Repeat with different amounts.
Count out various sets of 1p coins in random order to 10p and up to 20p. Now can they get one less. How many now? Can they tell you without counting. Repeat with different amounts.
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Expressive arts and design.
Children will use scissors to make swords and crowns and decorate them afterwards to help with their fine motor skills.
Children will create dens and using their swords and crowns they have made they can dress up and to “act out” their favourite character in role play using their imagination.
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Children will have various water containers- potions!!! talk about which container is full and empty.
As yesterday. Put various containers in size order. Can children describe which is full, empty half full.
Can your child order and use language to describe capacity?
Reading and writing
Children will read the story of the Toy’s Party 0xford Owl –open hyperlink above and talk about the story. Ask your child to think of a sentence to write about the story and write it by sounding out the letters to write the word. Alternatively you can scribe the sentence and then copy your sentence to encourage fine motor skills.
Introduce Letter ck and write. Look in a dictionary and write words with ck.
Children will observe ice outside and talk about why it stays hard or why it melts-Weather dependent. Encourage the children to observe the changes in the ice. Look at the effects of the cold weather ie frost, fog (as appropriate). Can the children explain why the ice is melting?
Children will make Corn flake cakes and observe the chocolate melting and talk about why it melts (because it is heated). Encourage them to talk about changes. Can the children explain why the chocolate is melting?
All of the above you could take photographs and complete a diary at home.
Please can you complete lots of cutting activities and continue to share a range of books and talk about them. Please can you encourage your child to dress and undress independently and fasten their coat.Some children will need to continue to practice writing their name.