Wednesday 20th January 2021
|Morning challenge/ letter formation||
Watch the video labelled 'morning challenge - ' p ' (The video is below this timetable)
Use the green work book in your learning packs to practise writing the letter ' p '
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.
Set 1: k
Set 2: oy
Daily task -
L.O: To write a label
To describe Goldilocks.
-Recap the story of Goldilocks, can you remember the story and the actions?
Find the picture of Goldilocks in your English pack.
Today we are going to write some labels to describe Goldilocks.
Watch the video under this timetable, it will explain todays task.
- Have a look at Goldilocks and talk about what she looks like. What is she wearing?
- Choose a word to describe what she is wearing. EG: 'blue' for her blue dress.
- Ask your child to sound out and 'Fred Talk' the word. What sounds can they hear?
- Your child can use their phonics to write the words. E.G: 'bloo.' This is acceptable for your child. You can show them the correct spelling, but if they have sounded it out on their own, then this is ok.
Challenge - Can they write a short phrase? E.G: blue dress
L.O: To find the total of two amounts
Watch today's video.
It introduces the + and = symbols.
- Can you use counters/ pasta/ cereal or other items around your house to create number sentences using + and =.
Such as XXX + XX = XXXXX
3 + 2 = 5
-You can do this practically, you do not need to write this down
-Encourage your child to read the sentence back. E.G: '3 add 2 equals 5'
Remember you only need to add amounts UP TO 10.
Key words- Add, count, altogether, total,
L.O: To identify hot and cold
***SAFETY**** please ensure your child completes this activity with an adult and does NOT touch anything that is hot.
Can you have a look around your house with your grown up and talk about any items that are 'hot' or could turn 'hot.'
-Discuss how they turn hot?
-Where are they kept in your house?
-How do we turn these items on?
-Is it safe to touch something that is hot?
-What food can you make in a microwave or oven?
-Can we eat it, if it is hot?
-Use this talking point to then discuss 'cold' items and food in your house.
-How are they different to 'hot' items or food?
-What food can you eat that is cold? How could we make the food warm?
Write or draw a list of hot and cold items in your house.
**Please make sure that your child does not touch anything hot and can you talk about how to be safe around hot items.***