Don't forget Reception 2 grownups...
Mrs Walkden would like to hear from you if you have a
SUPER STAR SHOUT OUT!
for your amazing little home learners!
If there is something that they have done that amazed you, a struggle that they over came or something that made you proud then let Mrs Walkden know!
Your shout out has to be in by 12.30 today!
If you haven't read Mrs Walkden's message then here is a link...
Hello Reception 2! How are you today?
Welcome to Thursday’s Home Learning page!
Thursday’s Topic Work
Yesterday we found out about the first ever explorers that travelled to the cold, cold Arctic Brrrrrrrrrrrr!
Draw a sailing ship from the olden days, just like the one that we saw yesterday when we watched the video about the first Artic explorers! Follow this little step-by-step tutorial.
Thursday’s Literacy Work
Just imagine you are heading off on an Arctic adventure! You would need some special equipment to keep you safe and warm. Look at the picture, can you name each piece of equipment?
Write a list in the suitcase. of the equipment that you can see in the picture. Include other things that you may like to take (like your teddy bear!) A link to a print off of the suitcase is underneath the picture.
Grown-ups, your child would benefit from a Phase 2 and a Phase 3 Phoneme mat to help them to spell words with independence.
Here goes for our daily recap of all the sounds we have learnt so far (stop at ‘igh’)…
Read the ‘igh’ phoneme spotter story below. You can read it to, with or your child read it independently, this is dependent on their reading ability. Look and listen for the words that contain the ‘igh’ trigraph (a phoneme that is represented by 3 letters).
You can print it off by following this link if you would like your child to highlight the ‘igh’ words…
Here is a fun song to listen to hear some ‘igh’ words!
Practise the Phase 3 Tricky Words by singing along with this little song!
Use Look Say Cover Write Check to practise spelling the Phase 3 Tricky Words from memory. You can use the sheet below or your grown up can write them down and you record them on a piece of paper.
Thursday’s Maths Work
This 3D shape PowerPoint is a recap on the shapes and their properties. It has Triangular Prisms and triangle and square based pyramids thrown in it too for good measure (we haven’t covered these in class and they tested my knowledge too!). I have guided the children through this PowerPoint and it is 20 mins long! So go to the loo in peace and make yourself a cuppa, whilst I hopefully hold their attention!
Have a go at printing and making these 3D Alien Shapes by folding the edges and sticking the flaps! It’ll be fiddly but fun and will probably need some grown up help. Also, when printing there are 8 shapes, stick with the shapes that the children are familiar with inc cuboid, cube, sphere and pyramid!
Thursday’s Physical Activity
Join in with Mr Shingler’s latest PE activity!
Time for some handwriting practise! This is the Long Ladder Letter handwriting family. The worksheets are available in the link below the picture.
Here is the next chapter of our story My Father’s Dragon, chapter 5…
Thanks for being so awesome boys and girls. Myself and Miss Hodgson miss us all being together in class sooooooo much! Grown-ups, please keep on sending me photos of you all having a wonderful time learning and playing so that we can all enjoy the gallery together!
Mrs Cook x