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Friday 5th March

Here are today’s suggested activities;

To begin to get us into a routine again it would be good to understand the days of the week. For some children it will be hard at first being back in school for a whole week. Perhaps if they knew the days of the week in order it would help them to know when the weekend is near!  This little video and activities might help. Writing the days of the week in order – BBC Bitesize

Literacy. Today I thought it would be good if you could encourage your child to talk about this recent lockdown experience. Can they help you make a list of things that they have liked and things that they have found difficult? I would like them to bring this list in on Monday and it will help with discussions in school. The children who are now writing more could have a go at the list themselves and those that need support could do a couple of likes and dislikes, with your help in supporting them sound out the words.

Maths. When we start back we will be working initially on counting forwards and backwards from any given number, counting objects and looking at the number bonds of 1,2 & 3 again. Here are a couple of worksheets and videos to help with this.

Count Down Song from 20 to 1 | The Monkey Floss | Tiny Tunes – Bing video

Blast Off – Mental Maths for 5 to 8 Year Olds (topmarks.co.uk)

t-n-4673-farm-animals-counting-activity-sheet-up-to-20_ver_4 . There are 2 sheets here – choose which one is most appropriate for your child. You could also do some counting in your garden – count how many steps it takes you to get from the bottom of the garden to the top. Where do you reach once you have counted 20 paces from your back door? Can you collect 15 leaves, 7 blades of grass, etc.?

Afternoon: Perhaps this afternoon you could begin to encourage your child to get prepared for school on Monday. Maybe help them to get their uniform ready and their book bag and decide what snack they will take on their first day back. They could draw a picture to show everyone. Check if their PE kit is at home and is all there – they will need their outdoor kit and trainers. Help your child to be part of this so they are preparing themselves for coming back. Once this is all done, then sit back and enjoy the thought that it is the last day of remote learning!

Thursday 4th March

Here are today’s suggested activities.

Reading: Today is World Book Day, so take some time out to read your book and hear some stories. Here is one of my favourites. Can’t You Sleep, Little Bear by Martin Waddell (Animated) – Bing video

Letters and Sounds: Today both year groups should please practise writing upper case letters- if you write the lower case letter next to the upper one then your child will see the difference in size of those letters that stay the same shape, e.g. Cc.

Reception: This end of the week we are working on the digraph ‘ur’ as in fur. Can you read this worksheet and highlight the ur sounds? t-l-526523-ur-phoneme-spotter-story-english_ver_1

Year One: This end of the week we are covering the ‘ue’ digraph. This is a good game to play with lots of words to read; you will need a dice to play: T-L-4138-Phase-5-Roll-and-Read-Mat-ue_ver_1

For the next few days could the Year One children learn to spell the words new, few, blew, grew & chew?

Literacy: Again, today we are going to practise writing sentences before we start our work on postcards next week. Could you use this picture as a stimulus for writing as many sentences as you are able? Encourage your child to keep their writing small and sitting on the line. Year Ones, try and use the conjunction ‘and’ to join two sentences and don’t forget capital letters and full stops.

t-t-252811-jungle-writing-stimulus-picture

Maths: Today could you practise number formation and number recognition.

Reception: Numbers up to 20 t-n-4544-ordering-numbers-1-to-20-worksheet-_ver_5

Year One: Numbers up to 30 Numbers 1-30

Afternoon: This afternoon it is P.E. Today I thought it would be fun if you made yourself a little circuit or obstacle course  around your garden or on the park and time yourself going around it.

If you are inside you could learn a new dance. Trolls: Can’t Stop The Feeling | GoNoodle – YouTube

Keep reading. It’s so important you practise. It will get easier.

Wednesday 3rd March

Here are today’s suggested activities:

Reading:

Hopefully you can now read all the reading books you have at home fluently. If not, use these last few days to go over them so you can have some new ones on Monday.

Today you could try these reading comprehensions:

Reception: Early Reading Comprehension Activity

Year One: Gifts for the Twins

Letters and Sounds: 

Reception and Year One: Could both year groups see if they know the names of the letters of the alphabet? Use this to help – Learn English Alphabet with Gogo Chants, ABC Song – Bing video

Reception: Today we are focusing on the ‘ur’ sound. Could you read these ‘ur’ words:

Then write 2 short sentences using some of these words.

Time to get your ‘tricky words’ flash cards out and practise reading them. I’m excited to see how many you know. Keep practising!

Year One: Today we are introducing the sound ‘ue’ as in the word blue. Mr Thorne Does Phonics – Episode UE – Bing video

Try writing 3 sentences using some of these ‘ue’ words.

Time to get your ‘tricky words’ flash cards out, Year Ones . I’m excited to see how many you know. Keep practising!

Literacy:

Today, could both year groups try writing some sentences about the following scene? t-l-51746-school-scene-writing-stimulus-picture. Make sure you read through the sentences and check they make sense. Don’t forget to start with a capital letter and end with a full stop.

Take a break and have a snack.

Maths:

Reception: Session 5 making 10 :Building 9 & 10 – Week 2 | White Rose Maths with the activity PDF-Building-9-10-Wk-2-Session-5-Making-10.pdf (kxcdn.com)

Year One: Spr1.3.3 – Subtraction not crossing 10 on Vimeo

Afternoon:

Design and Technology

Today we will continue with our D and T topic on healthy eating. To learn about different fruits and vegetables (thenational.academy)

Have a good day everyone.

 

Tuesday 2nd March

Tuesday 2nd March 2021

Good morning!

Here are the suggested activities for today.

Reception and Year One

9.00 to 9.30   

Year One

  • We are recapping and revising the ‘ew’ sound today. Practise saying and writing this sound with correct formation.
  • Practise letter names for F, G, H, and
  • Run through your tricky words again today they, all, are, my and by. Read and write them if you can.  Phase 3 Tricky Words Song Say Hello To – YouTube
  • Have a go at reading and writing these ccvc words: blew,  crew, flew, threw, grew and
  • Try reading this comic and look carefully for any ‘ew’ sounds. It’s ok to have a little help from a grown up with any difficult words. Which New Pet – Phase 5a decodable comic (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk)

Reception

We are continuing today with our ‘or’ sound

 

9.40 to 10.30    Literacy – Reading Comprehension

Year One

Read Beach Day and put the sentences in order if you can.

 Reception

Try the following reading comprehension:

10.30 to 10.50     Snacks and Play

10.50 to 11.30     Maths  

Year One

This is the follow on session from yesterday.

Spr1.3.2 – Add by making 10 on Vimeo

Reception

Click on session 4 when you are on the white rose website.

Building 9 & 10 – Week 2 | White Rose Maths

11.30 to 12.00   Story time

Enjoy this story if you have time. Tabby McTat – Read by Alan Mandel – YouTube

12.00  to  1.00   Lunch time!

Afternoon work

History – Houses and Homes – A local house survey

This week, our activity for houses and homes is a more practical idea.

If you are out and about today, maybe on a daily walk or a trip to the park perhaps.  Could you ask your child to see if they can spot any different types of houses?  Have a look locally and see if you can identify some detached houses, semi-detached houses, terraced houses, flats, bungalows, caravans or any others if you can.  A good idea would be to take a list of different types of house and tick each one when you see them.  It’s also absolutely fine if you just want to talk about the houses you spot.

That’s everything for today

Take care all and I will look forward to seeing you all at school on Monday.

Mrs Burford.

 

 

Monday 1st March

Monday 1st  March 2021

Reception and Year One

Happy St. David’s Day Everyone! We not only have this to celebrate but this is also the start of our last week of remote learning and we can all look forward to getting back to school very soon.

Here is a St. David’s Day Assembly for the children to enjoy:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=582Tl6Osxoo&feature=youtu.be

9.00 to 9.30      Phonics

Year One

  • Practise the letter names for F, G, H and Practise writing the capital letters too.
  • The tricky words to practise this week are they, all, are, my, and by. Try reading and spelling these words fluently.
  • We are recapping and revising the ‘oo’ sound today. As you know, this can be sounded in different ways as in ‘book’ or ‘look’ or in ‘cool’ and ‘room’.  Digraphs/ OO and oo / Long + Short Vowels / Phonics Song – YouTube   listen to this song to practise the long and short sounds.
  • Write these words and draw a picture to match the word. Roof, book, moon and
  • Can you say, repeat and then write these sentences? Put a roof on the school. Look at a book.

Reception

  • Practise the alphabet as capitals. alphabet writing practice | capital letter writing practice | abc writing practice – YouTube    this video sounds a bit robotic but it goes through the alphabet and also shows capital letters being formed.  Your child could watch and say the letters as they are written on screen or even have a go at writing them if they feel confident.
  • Practise your phase 2 sounds flashcards to make sure you are really confident with them. Either online on phonics play or ones you have made/printed.
  • Focus on the following tricky words this week: He, she, we, me and be.  Try to read and spell too.
  • Our new phase 3 sound to practise today and tomorrow is ‘or’.
  • Practise your ‘or’ sound with Geraldine today.

9.40 to 10.30    Literacy

Reception and Year One

  • Letter formation this week: long ladder letters l, i, t, j, u and y.  Letter formation – BBC Bitesize

Reception and Year One

As I mentioned earlier, it is St. David’s Day today and lots of people love to celebrate this day.  It is a really important day in Wales and for Welsh people everywhere.  If you were in Wales today, there would be lots of songs, poems, celebrations and people love to eat Welsh cakes too.  People also often wear a daffodil or leek on their lapel or a daffodil hat.  In my school when I was in Wales, there were so many songs sang in the Welsh Language and everyone brought in Welsh cakes and dressed up in Welsh costume.  There won’t be such big celebrations this year but I thought it would be nice to do something nice to celebrate the day in a small way.

There are two things you can choose from:

        or         

Year One

Choose a picture of a daffodil or a Welsh Dragon.  You will see above: Can you write some sentences to describe the pictures? Use the title;   Daffodils or A Welsh Dragon

Examples for daffodil:  Petals as yellow as……….A stem as tall as……….A flower as pretty as……………Leaves as green as…………Standing as straight as……..try and finish these sentences or even add some of your own if you can.

Examples for dragon:  A dragon as red as……………As fierce as………Claws as sharp as………Wings as wide as……..Breathes fire as hot as………..as with the daffodil, try to finish these sentences and maybe add something you have thought of yourself.

If you would like to draw a picture of an amazing dragon or of beautiful daffodils, I would love to see them next week.

Reception

As for year one, could you choose between the pictures and decide if you would like to draw daffodils or a dragon like the ones you can see.  Could you then write some words or short captions to describe your flowers or your dragon?

Examples for daffodil:  Yellow……bright…….pretty………green stems……..Spring time flowers………….Stands tall………Trumpet shape…………green leaves …………can you think of more ideas?

Examples for Dragon:  Fire……….red………..hot………..fierce……Sharp claws…….Huge wings……..Flies high……………How else can you describe a Welsh Dragon?

 

10.30 to 10.50     Snack and play-time – Maybe try a Welsh Cake if you like them.   The supermarkets do nice ones but here is a recipe if you would like to make some.  You could substitute sultanas for anything you like or just have them plain with jam.

Traditional Welsh cakes recipe – BBC Food

10.50 to 11.30    Maths  

Year One

Have a go at the following activity.  There will be a follow on tomorrow for this session.

Spr1.3.1 – Add by making 10 activity on Vimeo

Reception

Choose Session 3 from the videos and have a go!

Building 9 & 10 – Week 2 | White Rose Maths

11.30 to 12.00  

Reception and Year One 

PSHE – Safety at Home

Have a look around your home with an adult and pick out things which are safe or unsafe for you.  See if you can decide by yourself and then ask a grown up if you are right.  An example of unsafe might be under the kitchen sink or safe might be your toys.  What can you spot?

12.00  to  1.00   Lunch time! 

Afternoon work

Year One and Reception

We have a little change this half term as we have swapped our PE timetable.  We will be doing Science activities on Monday and History on Tuesday each week.

Science – Animal Kingdom

Try the following lessons from The Oak National Academy.

Year One

What is the difference between an invertebrate and a vertebrate? (thenational.academy)

Reception

To understand what makes a good habitat (thenational.academy)

That’s everything for today.

Many thanks and take care.

Mrs Burford

 

Friday 26th February

Her are today’s suggested activities:

Reading: Have a go at two more comics –

Reception: Moon Farm Park – Phase 3 decodable comic (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk)

Year One:  Eggs Eggs Eggs – Phase 5a decodable comic (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk)

Literacy: Today we are going to do some phonics and literacy combined. We will be writing some simple sentences using the ‘tricky’ words and letter sounds that we have been learning.

First of all, could you practise writing the letters z, v, x and w? Just check they are being formed correctly. You could practice each letter 5 times on your whiteboard or have a go on this website – Letter and Number Formation (doorwayonline.org.uk)

Reception: Can you use these words in 3 different sentences? Illustrate them afterwards. Remember to use your sound mats to help and see if you can read your sentences back. Try to make your sentences a little longer if you can, e.g. He zoomed off to the Moon and then went to Mars.

Sentence 1: moon, zoomed, he, went

Sentence 2: looking, book, she, was

Sentence 3: spoon, took, the, dog

Year One: Use the same words as Reception and then write 2 more sentences with the igh/ie/i-e/y sounds in them- fly, night, tie, my, etc.

Have a little break before doing some maths.

Maths: Reception: Session 2 comparing numbers within 10 Building 9 & 10 – Week 2 | White Rose Maths . Here is a nice game to play together – PDF-Building-9-10-Wk-2-Session-2-Comparing-Numbers-Within-10.pdf (kxcdn.com)

Year One: Spring1.2.5 – Find and make number bonds on Vimeo . Today could you concentrate on learning the number bonds of 8? Here are some cards to help you Bonds of 8 and a quick worksheet bonds of 6,7,8 .

Music: If you have an old bottle or jar and some rice, pasta or buttons try making a shaker today, then put on your favourite music and dance, shake and sing along!

Afternoon: Friday in school is always Celebration assembly and then some free time. Have a think about what you have achieved this week, what has worked well and what have you enjoyed. Give yourself a little treat and take a break from home schooling. One week to go and we will be back together again!

Thursday 25th February

Here are today’s suggested activities:

Reading:

We hope that you are able to find enough reading material. If you haven’t been on Oxford Owl then please give it a go. They have lots of books we use in school. Free eBook library | Oxford Owl from Oxford University Press . You have to register but it is worth it for the next week and also for extra books in school holidays.

Letters and Sounds:

Reception: Can you try the ‘oo’ and ‘ar’ worksheet today? T-T-773-oo-and-ar-Sounds-Matching-Activity-Worksheet . Then, using these ‘tricky’ words, write a sentence about your day- I, am, going, to, the. Point out the word ‘going’ is made up of the ‘tricky’ word ‘go’ and ‘ing’.

Year One: This week we are looking at ways of making  the igh/ie/i-e sound. Today we are going to learn that ‘y’ can also make the same sound, as in the words- my, by, why, try, fly, cry. y for /igh/ sound – Mr Thorne Does Phonics – Bing video . Try writing these words out, sounding them out as you write them on your whiteboard. Now try writing this sentence – ‘I can try to fly in my plane’.

As always, flashcard all phase 3 and 5 sounds covered so far- you should have quite a pile of sounds that you know by now.

Literacy: 

Today, both Reception and Year One, could you listen to the story Meerkat Mail? Miss Lee presents Meerkat Mail – Bing video . This is the story that this half term’s work is based on. Once you have listened to the story (you may want to do this a couple of times to understand what is happening) then please encourage your child to retell you the story in their own words. Then could you make a list of things that you would take on holiday with you? Either do this in your remote learning book or on this worksheet – T-T-2546399-Holiday-Check-List-Activity-Sheet

Have a break and snack. Get some fresh air before maths.

Maths: 

Reception:  Week 2: Session 1 – Counting back from 10 – 10 in a bed Building 9 & 10 – Week 2 | White Rose Maths . If your child can count back from 10 from any number then try counting back from 20 – work sheets  PDF-Building-9-10-Wk-2-Session-1-Counting-Back-from-10-10-in-the-Bed.pdf (kxcdn.com) Worksheet – t-n-7069-superhero-missing-number-1-to-20-activity-_ver_3

Year One: Today can you practise number bonds, please?. You need to be secure in your bonds up to number 10. Can you work on bonds of 6 and 7 today? You could make some cards with the additions on. Bonds of 6 and 7

Afternoon work:

This half term we are doing P.E. on a Thursday. If you have a ball then I suggest you go outside and practise throwing and catching skills. You could move on to dribbling the ball with your feet and stopping it. Maybe find something that could be used as cones and practise going around them.

If you want to stay inside then try this dance session from the BBC. You will need to clear a small space and be ready to listen and move – Snow world. 1: Jack Frost – BBC Teach.

Hope you have been able to do some of the activities set for you today. Please get in touch and let me know how you got on.

 

Wednesday 24th February

Here are today’s suggested activities:

Reading:

For a change from your reading books you could look at the Comics on Phonics play. Try these two; there are easier or more challenging ones to suit all levels.

Year One: Lunch Box – Phase 4 decodable comic (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk)

Reception: Let’s go – Phase 3 decodable comic (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk)

Letters and Sounds: 

Reception: Today could you work on the ‘ar’ sound and try writing these sentences?

‘ar’ Words | Phonics Phase 3 – Bing video

I am in the car. He is on the park. She went to the farm.

Please go over the ‘tricky words’ –

Set 1- I, go, no, to, into

Set 2- he, she, we, me, be, was, you, they, all, are, my, by, her, have, so, come, some, when, went, what, with, one

Year One: Can you look at the split digraph i-e as in like? i-e split digraph – Mr Thorne Does Phonics – YouTube . Then use these words in a sentence- like, bike, kite, pile e.g. I had a pile of books. Please also check if your child can read the set 2 ‘tricky words’ above and then spell them.

Literacy:

First spend 5 minutes on letter formation of letters Z, V, W, X (Remember to start at the top and go down).

Today I would like you to imagine that this animal has arrived in your bedroom with his suitcase. Can you answer the following questions about him? Write your answers in your remote learning book.

  

  1. What do you think it is?
  2. Where do you think it has come from?
  3. Why do you think it has come to your bedroom?

Maths: 

Reception: Session 5-Numbers to 10 Bingo Building 9 & 10 – Week 1 | White Rose Maths Activity – PDF-Building-9-10-Wk-1-Session-5-Numbers-to-10-Bingo.pdf (kxcdn.com)

Year One: Spring week 2. Spring1.2.3 – Add ones using number bonds on Vimeo and the worksheet is Y1-Spring-Block-1-D-Add-ones-using-number-bonds-2020.pdf (whiterosemaths.com)– Do as much as you are able but don’t worry if you can’t do it all.

R.E.-Signs and symbols in the Christian faith. 

Today can you talk to the children about the different symbols they might find around your house? You could look at washing labels on clothes, labels on the microwave, road signs as you go for a walk, etc.

Afternoon 

This afternoon we are going to do some work on Healthy Eating. Have a look at this video – To identify foods that are healthy and foods that are not healthy (thenational.academy) . It revisits some of the work we started last term, so see what you have remembered.

Don’t forget to take some breaks during the day and get some exercise and fresh air.

Tuesday 23rd February

Tuesday 23rd February 2021

Good morning!

Here are the suggested activities for today.

Reception and Year One

9.00 to 9.30      Phonics

Year One

Today we are continuing on with our revision.  We will practise ‘ie’ as in pie today.

The following comic includes the sound ‘ie’ there might be a few words you find hard but have a go and see if you can spot the ‘ie’ sounds just like you did with ‘igh’ yesterday

  • The Holiday – Phase 5a decodable comic (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk)
  • Make two headings ‘igh’ and ‘ie’ on a sheet of paper or in your book if you still have space.
  • Think of some words that you can write under each heading. You can start with ‘tight’  and ‘tie
  • Practise writing capital letters A, B, C, D and
  • Run through your tricky words again today he, she, we, be, me, you and like.

Reception

We are continuing today with our ‘oo’ and ‘oo’ sound

9.40 to 10.30    Literacy – Reading Comprehension

Year One and Reception

The Gruffalo – Read by Alan Mandel – YouTube

Year One

Can you write a book review for this story? Answer these questions.

  • What did you like about the story?
  • What did you dislike?
  • Where is the story set?
  • Who was your favourite character? Why?
  • Did the story have a sad ending or a happy one? Would you like to hear the story again?

 Reception

  • Can you listen to the story and retell it to an adult please?
  • Did you remember it all?
  • Draw a picture of the Gruffalo without looking at the book.

10.30 to 10.50     Snacks and Play

10.50 to 11.30     Maths  

Year One

Can you do the next ‘add by counting on’ lesson today.

Reception

Click on the link and choose session 4 ‘composition of 9 and 10’ video for today’s activity.

Building 9 & 10 – Week 1 | White Rose Maths

11.30 to 12.00   Shared Reading

Reception and Year One  – Enjoy your favourite book or practise one of your school books that you have really enjoyed.

12.00  to  1.00   Lunch time!

Afternoon work

History – Houses and Homes

This half term we will be looking at different types of houses and homes from history and also modern day.  To begin, I thought it would be good to watch this short you-tube video about different types of houses.  After the video, ask your child what sort of house they live in.  Draw a sketch of your own house and tell me if it is, detached, semi-detached, terraced, a flat or maybe you live in a bungalow.

Types of houses in Britain – YouTube

You could watch this short cartoon video about different homes too if you would like to.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TbfaacV1s6k

That’s everything for today

Take care and I hope to be seeing you all soon.

Mrs Burford.

 

Monday 22nd February

Monday 22nd February 2021

Reception and Year One

Good Morning Everyone! I hope you all had as nice a half term as possible.  Hopefully we will all be back in school soon and see all of our friends and teachers.  As always, this is a rough guide for you so please don’t worry if you can’t get everything done.

9.00 to 9.30      Phonics

Year One

  • Practise flash cards for sounds to date. The easy way to practise these id by using the flash card challenges in phases 3/4/5.  You can easily choose any that you want to practise  phonicsplay.co.uk
  • The tricky words to this week are he, she, we, me, be, you and like. Try reading and spelling these words fluently.
  • We are recapping and revising the ‘igh’ sound today. Try saying the sound as you write it down as many times as you can in one minute.
  • Let’s go – Phase 3 decodable comic (phonicsplaycomics.co.uk)
  • Read the comic above. See if you can spot the ‘igh’ sounds and tell an adult when you see them.
  • Spell the following words: fright, plight and enlighten.  Remember to break up words of more than one syllable en/light/en.

Reception

  • Practise your phase 2 sounds flashcards. You can choose these from the phonics play website above (flashcard or time challenge will show random sounds) or make your own.  There are examples of the phase 2 sounds on the website too in printable resources.  You can of course, just copy these if this is easier for you.
  • We are also running through all of our set 1 and set 2 flash cards for our tricky words just as a recap and reminder today. This might seem like a lot but just a really quick run through them is fine. Here they are:
  • Set 1 – I, no, go, to and
  • Set 2 – he, she, we, me, be, was, you, they, all, are, my, by, her, have, so, come, some, when, went, what, with and one.
  • We will be practising the sound that says ‘oo’ as in book and ‘oo’ as in room today.
  • Read these words room, broom, fool, and then look, crook and took.
  • Can you write this short sentence? Look at the broom.

9.40 to 10.30    Literacy

Reception and Year One

Year One and Reception

Half term news – I expect that we all haven’t done as many things this half term as we normally would.  We’ve been unable to travel to visit anyone or go places we might visit in the holidays.  I would love to hear from all of you about what you have been able to get up to during the week off school or our week away from remote learning.

Did you go for any exciting walks?  Are you in a bubble with anyone you could visit?  Did you go to the park?  Did you make any cakes or other foods?  Did you help with any sorting or tidying at home?  Did you do any crafty activities?  Did you learn to do something new? Did you watch something you really enjoyed on TV?  I’d really like to hear about anything that you can share.

Please have a go at writing a letter to me with all of your news.  You can definitely add some pictures to illustrate what you have written.

Year One – Could you tell me about at least 5 different things in your letter please?

Reception – Could you have a go at writing down some words or short sentences to tell me your news?  Please add some lovely pictures too.

10.30 to 10.50     Snack and play-time

10.50 to 11.30    Maths  

Year One

Have a go at the  ‘adding by counting on activity’ today.

Spring1.2.1 – Add by counting on activity on Vimeo

Reception

Click on the link and choose session 3 ‘ordering numerals to 10’ video for today’s activity.

Building 9 & 10 – Week 1 | White Rose Maths

11.30 to 12.00  

Reception and Year One 

PSHE – Safety-rules and safety

Think about the words, safe, unsafe and danger.  Talk about what they mean.  Ask your child if they know about any rules we have to keep us safe.  This could be at home or outside.  For example: In the kitchen or bathroom; online safety; outside at the park; near a road or you could use a hand-washing or social distancing idea.   Make a nice colourful poster about how to keep safe.  Any ideas you have would be great! This could be at one of the places mentioned above or anywhere else you might think of.

           

12.00  to  1.00   Lunch time! 

Afternoon work

Year One and Reception

We have a little change this half term as we have swapped our PE timetable.  We will be doing Science activities on Monday and History on Tuesday each week.

Science – Animal Kingdom

Year One

What is a living thing? (thenational.academy)

Reception

To understand what a habitat is (thenational.academy)

That’s all for today! I hope everything has gone well today.

Many thanks and take care.

Mrs Burford

 

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