Tuesday 12th January
|Morning challenge/ letter formation||
Watch the video labelled 'morning challenge - a ' (the video is below this timetable)
Use the green work book in your learning packs to practise writing the letter 'a'
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.
Set 1: i
Set 2: oo
Daily task -
L.O: To orally re-tell the story of 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears' using Talk 4 writing
Speaking and Listening
Please watch the film below of Miss Craig reading through the story using the story map.
Inside your work pack, you will have a copy of the story map and the story written (for parents).
Please practise re-telling the story using the story map.
Please make up your own actions if you wish, or use the actions from the video below.
Please encourage your child to speak correctly and in full sentences.
Talk about the beginning / middle and end of the story and characters that feature within the story.
L.O: To find the total of two amounts
Recap yesterday's session.
Watch the video below of adding two amounts.
-Focus on numbers 1-5
-Use resources in your house (pasta, cereal, counters)
- Find two small amounts and add them together. eg. 2+1=3
- Repeat addition by swapping numbers over (eg 2+1=3 and 1+2=3), what do they notice?
- Re-enforce by using fingers to find the total amount.
-Use words like (addition, add, plus) (altogether, total, equals)
L.O: To understand the difference between hard and soft materials
Look around your house for different objects.
Start off by finding 'hard objects' around your house e.g: tin, remote, fork, chair etc
Ask your child to describe them. What do they look like? What do they feel like? Can they bend? Are they squishy? Are they heavy? Are they firm? Can you cut it? Can you fold it?
Repeat with finding objects around the house that are 'soft.' e.g: teddy bear, cushion, toilet roll, cotton wool etc
Ask your child to describe them. What do they look like? What do they feel like? Can you bend it? Is it gooey? Is it light? Is it smooth?
Can you sort them into 'hard and soft' (use the example below to help)
There is a video below to support your child's learning.