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Friday 05.02.21

Morning challenge/ letter formation

Watch the video labelled 'morning challenge - ' r '   (The video is below this timetable)

Use the green work book in your learning packs to practise writing the letter ' r '

Phonics

 

9.30am

Please ensure your child follows the Phonics lessons daily. This will support your child to read. In Reception, they need to learn Set 1 followed by Set 2. Please click on the link and watch the lesson virtually. Each day, a new sound will be added.

 

The Video's will be live from 9.30am and will last for 24 hours.

 

https://www.youtube.com/c/RuthMiskinTrainingEdu/featured

 

Focus - 

Set 1: w

Set 2: oy

English 

(AM)

Daily task -

  • to hold a pencil and practise letter formation
  • to write your name
  • to speak in full sentences

 

L.O: To order a set of instructions

L.O: To write a simple sentence

 

Watch the video below to find out today's task

Task-

Today you will write the ending sentence to explain how to make porridge.

 

The video below will show children how to write their sentence.

- Begin your sentence with 'eat' EG: Eat it up.

Don't forget capital letter, finger space and full stops. 

 

 

Challenge

Begin your sentence with 'Finally' and extend your sentence with more words. 

 

Maths (AM)

L.O:  To sort 2D shapes

Watch today's video below. Today there are two videos. 

 

Find or draw some shapes for your child to sort. Just like in the video. 

Start by sorting triangles and squares. 

Then sort rectangles and circles. 

You can use objects by stating what shapes are on them such as a plate having a circle face on it. 

Sort the objects or shapes into piles 

 

TASK 2- Press on the link below to access the online sorting game

 

Key Vocab

Sort, 2D, flat, 3D objects

 

Challenge- We will be learning about shapes for a couple of weeks and we will start to discuss their properties. However if you would like a challenge you could start to count how many sides each shape has. 

Topic

Geography

PM

Topic

 

L.O: To describe your home

 

Talk about your house. Can you remember what you said about it yesterday?

What is your address? Practice saying your address. 

Walk to the end of your street and see if you can find the street name. 

You could send us a picture of your street sign on Dojo. 

Tasks

Can you find different numbered houses on your street? Such as Number 1 or house number 10.

What is your house number? 

What is last house number on your street?

Do all the houses look the same? 

Talk about differences you can see between the houses such as front gardens, door colours, windows etc.

Friday 'r'

English Friday ending sentence

Maths. Sorting 2D shapes

Friday 2.d shape. Game instructions

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