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Today is our Google Meet! I hope to see you at 9.30am! (Instructions have been sent on Parent mail earlier in the week)

19.6.20

Maths: Ask your child to count out 7 objects and use them to complete the activities on the sheet attached below

 

English: Complete an activity from the English Unit below- Hoot Hoot

 

Guided Reading: Read a book of your choice and draw the main character. Label their key features

18.6.20

Maths: Ask your child to cut out a spider body with no legs (an oval/circle), preferably from black paper or card. A black plastic bag stuck on card would work. Select a magnetic number from a bag. Encourage your child to read the number and add the correct number of legs by attaching the pegs. If your child cannot read the number, say it for them but encourage them to pick up the pegs independently. Ask your child to check they are correct by touching and counting each ‘leg’.  Remove the legs. Repeat by choosing another numeral from the bag. (see picture below)

 

English: Complete an activity from the English Unit below- Hoot Hoot

 

Guided Reading:   Read to an adult and discuss the story, what are the key words, choose a few key words and play hopscotch with them outside

 

Just a quick reminder about the Google Meet scheduled for Friday at 9.30am, you should have received a parent mail with further details.

17.6.20

Maths: Using paints and something to print with such as corks, small potatoes, playdough cutters, ear buds (tiny, so uses less paper and paint!)  Ask your child to make a pattern using two colours: remind them of the patterns that have made previous days. You may need to start the pattern for your child to continue.  Talk about how they decide what comes next and why it cannot be a different colour or shape for example. This is easier on strips of paper rather than full A4 sheets.

 

English: Complete an activity from the English Unit below-Hoot Hoot

 

 Guided Reading: Read to an adult and discuss the story, what are the key words, choose a few key words and write them on strips of paper (or use yesterday’s cards) stick them to tins/bottles and play bowling with them. Can you knock over specific words?

16.6.20

Maths Remind you child they were learning about repeating patterns yesterday. Have a look round the house to find some repeating patterns, maybe on tshirts, wallpaper, quilt covers, Dad’s tie, curtains, cushions etc. Ask your child to predict what comes next and explain how they know.  Log onto the website Topmarks, https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns, select level 1. Ask your child to look at the pattern and predict what come s next. Talk about the shapes and the colours.  Level 2 is much harder!

 

English: Complete an activity from the English Unit below- Hoot Hoot

 

Guided Reading: Read to an adult and discuss the story, what are the key words, choose a few key words and write them on strips of paper. Hide these around the room and play hide and seek with them (you get to keep the card if you can read it)

15.6.20

Maths: Create a pattern for your child using two objects. Discuss: What do you notice about the pattern? I wonder what should come next. How do you know? Challenge your child to continue the pattern. Make a different pattern using two other loose parts. Discuss the pattern and ask your child to describe it to you. Can they continue the pattern? If your child can already make a two colour/two piece-repeating pattern, introduce them to a harder pattern: Each time ask your child to predict what comes next and explain how they know.

 

English: Complete an activity from the English Unit below- Hoot Hoot

 

Guided Reading: Read to an adult and discuss the story, what are the key words, choose a few key words and write them out.

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