Your phonics challenge this week focuses on tricky words.
You will need a piece of paper, a pencil and a dice. 🎲 Take a look at the image below.
When you roll your dice you have to write and say the matching tricky word. Choose your words from the list below:
* the, to, I, no, go, into
** he, she, you, they, was, are
*** said, have, like, come, so, there
Or for an extra challenge you could try these words:
**** Mrs, called, asked, mr, people, could
Have fun and don't forget to upload photos/videos of you playing the game to tapestry.
You challenge today is to make a card, write a note or do something to make someone special smile, you could choose someone who lives in your house or it could be to someone that you have not seen for a while. It's good to do nice things for other people and to give them a reason to smile 💗
Can you use a baking tray and put a thin layer of soil/sand/rice and practise writing your numbers with your finger?
Can you write up to:
**30 and beyond!
It's a rhyming challenge today! Can you make your own rhyming rocket string?
*Can you find and write 3 words that rhyme with 'pot'?
**Can you find and write 3 words that rhyme with 'boom'?
***Can you find and write 3 words that rhyme with 'dear'?
Write the word we have given you at the bottom of your rocket and add your rhyming words in the middle of the rocket.
Good luck and have fun making up rhyming words!
Today is a day for feeling good, for celebrating and for thinking of all those amazing people that gave their lives to help us. Today is VE Day marking 75 years since the end of WW2. If you are celebrating in your house or in your street today share your celebrations with us on Tapestry. Can you make some decorations for your home or will you help your family cook a special meal? Have a wonderful day everyone.
For today's Maths challenge we would like you to play a game with a Maths focus. It could be a game with numbers in, a dice or spinner, it could be a card game, or a shape game. Play your game and see if you can tell us about all the Maths knowledge you had to use when playing. We played Snakes & Ladders. We had to count the dots on a dice to see what number of spaces we could move, we had to then count spaces to move our counter. We recognised and said the number we landed on each time out loud. Then we found out who came first, second and third (I came third in our game).
Not only will you practise lots of Maths skills playing your game, you will also have a great time. Send us some pictures on Tapestry of the game you chose to play & most importantly have fun!
For today’s challenge, Brook and I have been looking at our home learning plan for this week! We have read the book by Jill Murphy – Whatever Next on the youtube link below:
Brook and I also made up our own Space Story together, Brook flew to space and he met an alien called Max, he was green and hairy and he liked to eat Spider Sandwiches!
We wanted to make a Space Rocket, but all our recycling was collected this morning! We had a good think about how we could make a Space Rocket with other things in our home!
Can you build a Space Rocket like Brook’s too? Brook has been hiding out in there for a while now and has been speaking to his other astronaut friends through his play telephone.
Who will you speak to inside your Space Rocket? What will you see out of the window? Where will you travel to? What will you find when you get there? Who will you meet? How will you fly home?
Can you join Miss Garwood and Brook in reading Penny Dale’s, Ten In the Bed? Can you try and retell the story in you own version like Brook has? Can you use your toys / teddys to help you?
Do you have another story at home you like you can re-tell together?
Can you make some cakes/cookies.
* Can you count 10 decorations onto your cake?
** Can you make some cookie dough. Whose is longest/shortest? Can your order 3 lengths of dough from longest to shortest?
** Can you do some simple addition and take away? If you eat one, how many do you have left? If you eat two, how many are left? If we put 2 more on the plate how many do we have now?
Can you make a hand print plaque using our salt dough recipe?
Can you play hide & seek around your home? Where is the best place to hide in your house?
As we have been looking at 'homes' this week, listen to this story 'Whose House?' You can pause the video to look for the objects in each house and see if you can guess who lives there. Hope you enjoy the story.
Maths Challenge - Counting in 2's.
* Can you collect 5 pairs of socks & sort them into a line. Count the socks in 2's.
**Can you collect 5 pairs of socks & sort them into a line, label the socks and then count in 2's to 20.
***Collect 10 pairs of socks, sort them into a line, label the socks. Highlight the number as you count in 2's. How high can you go?
Welcome to Term 5. We hope you all had a lovely Easter holiday.
Our challenge today is a creative one!
Can you make a picture using objects from the garden, from your daily walk or your house to make a picture? I made a snail out of shells that we collected on our daily walk, a house out of playing cards, a cat out of toys and a happy face out of K'nex (see photo ideas on Tapestry). When you have made your picture make up a story about it and tell it to a family member.
Have fun being creative today :)
Good morning Busy Bees, Ladybirds and Butterflies. This is your weekly phonics challenge:
Play a game of 'I spy'
* I spy with my little eye something beginning with j.
** I spy with my little eye something beginning with ch.
or - I spy with my little eye something ending in ch.
*** I spy with my little eye something with ai in the middle.
I have put a video with some ideas on tapestry. Maybe you could do the same - or you could post a list of the things you found. Have fun children.
Good morning FS, here is your weekly Math challenge.
Can you go on a shape hunt around your home/garden? Use your shape mat that is in your home learning pack to help you. Can you:
* Find 2D shapes (e.g a clock is a circle)
** Find 2D & 3D shapes
*** Find 2D & 3D shapes and then use a piece of paper to draw and label the shapes that you find.
Please upload any work to Tapestry. Happy hunting!
Can you make a mini spring garden using things you find in your garden or on your daily walk? Miss Garwood has made her own spring garden to give you some ideas. Pop onto Tapestry to see what she got up to!
Join Mrs Colthup in a daily reading pledge.
She is reading a Percy the Park Keeper book 'After the Storm'. Listen carefully and see if you can answer her questions. Enjoy.
It is such a sunny day can you join Miss Garwood on a bug hunt? Remember you have a checklist in your home learning pack to tick off the bugs you find. Good luck and have fun!
Can you join your teachers in a PE lesson at 9am every day with the Body Coach? We can't wait to see you being active.