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Thursday 28/01/21

Thursday 28th January 2021


Morning challenge/ letter formation

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

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




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.


Focus - 

Set 1: l

Set 2: oo



Daily task -

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


L.O: To retell the events of a story. 

To write a simple sentence

Watch the video below to explain today's task

You will need to refer to your picture cards from this weeks sessions.

Today you will be writing the middle of the story. 

Write one sentence for middle picture cards.

The video will explain to steps to write a sentence.

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

Maths (AM)

L.O: To  find the total of two amounts

Start by counting to 10 using your fingers. 


Watch the video below to explain today's task

You have been completing sheet 5 and 6 this week. 

- Today complete sheet 6 if you have not done so already. 

- Try and use your fingers to add the two amounts together. 

Challenge- Can you put the biggest number in your head and count on using your fingers to add them together?

Remember- If you need to you can still use practical resources such as pasta. 

Key words- Add, Plus, altogether, total, equals, amount


If you have already completed sheet 6 then you can create your own number sentences, remember the amounts only need to add up to 10.




L.O: To understand that some materials can be recycled and reused. 

This week we will be looking at naming materials.

Watch the video below all about recycling and what it means. 


Key questions.

What does recycling mean?

Can everything be recycled? What materials can be recycled?

Where are our recycling bins? What do we put in each bin?



Look at the images below that show the recycling symbol. 

How many items you can find around your house that can be recycled? Look for the recycle symbol on them. You could look at food packages and cleaning products. 


Draw pictures or write words to make a list of items that could go in your recycle bins at home, such as a cereal box and a milk carton. 


Morning challenge- 'u'

English writing middle

Maths. Adding on fingers

Recycle symbols

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