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Monday

Monday 1st March 2021

Hello Wrens and Jays and welcome to the last week of home learning!!!

Let’s start this week by waking and shaking to the gummy bear song:

I'm a Gummy Bear (The Gummy Bear Song)

Phonics:

We are nearing the end of phase 3 so this week is a review of all the learning we have done so far.

Lesson 36: https://lettersandsounds.org.uk/for-home/reception

After watching the video you may like to try one of these activities to develop your ability to read sentences:

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/3/sentences-3

https://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/tellATRex/index.html

Handwriting:

Today we would like you to practise writing your name. We would like you to have a go at writing both names. Perhaps to start you can copy your name, then have a go at writing your whole name from memory!

Here are some ways that you may like to practise writing your name today:

Maths

Today in Maths we are focusing on time. To be successful in today’s learning you will be able to: measure time in simple ways and count actions.

For today’s activity you will probably need a stopwatch (most phones have one of these, or you can use one on a watch).

Before we start I wonder…how do we know what the time is? Now think about when we are in school, if we need to wait to have a turn on the bikes what can we use to let us know it is our turn? Today’s activity is an active one!! You are going to see how many actions you can do in one minute. You may like to try; star jumps, hops, claps, runs around the garden. First make a prediction then try it out remember to count as you go. You may like to record this in a table like this one:

PSED:

Today we are learning how to follow instructions. First, you will need to collect some items to help you make a route, for example mats or you may even want to cut out some footprints.

Then Mark out a route sing the objects you have chosen either around your house or in an outdoor space. I wonder, can you plan a route that goes up and down, and over and under obstacles?

Then you need to listen really carefully to the instructions given to you by someone at home of how to complete the route. Perhaps you could then change the route and have a go at giving your own instructions.

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