Happy Tuesday all. I hope you are ready for Tuesday’s home learning.
Our topic activity today is an experiment and taste activity. You will need 2 bananas and a freezer. Peel one banana and put it in the freezer for a short while. When the banana has frozen, take it out of the freezer. Now taste the banana that has not been in the freezer, then taste the banana that is frozen. Does the frozen banana taste like a banana ice lolly?
You could also have a go at making Eskimo Bananas.
You will need – banana, lolly stick, chocolate and sprinkles (or an alternative) to decorate.
Peel the bananas, cut them in 2. Poke the end with a lolly stick and put in the freezer for about 20 minutes.
When the bananas are frozen, melt some chocolate in a bowl, then dip the cold bananas into the melted chocolate.
Cover the chocolate banana with sprinkles and then serve immediately!
Miss Edwards and I hope you enjoy this activity. We look forward to seeing your pictures.
Today I would like the children to practise writing their name using the correct letter formation. Following on from that, we are going to practise forming the ladder letters correctly. Please encourage your child to look on the attached document to see where they need to start to write the letters. You can practise writing the letters on a whiteboard, on paper, in salt, glitter or finger paint.
Recap ai, ay, ee
Today we are going to revisit the or digraph. It is the same action and song as ee. You can find those on yesterday’s home learning page.Watch the YouTube video and join in blending the or words. See if you can write a list of the words
Mrs Spooner's video
Count to 10 and then count back to 0, have a go at counting to 20, then counting back to 0, this is a little trickier, find one more and one less than a given number.
Today we are going to continue with subtraction. Watch the attached video to remind you about subtraction. After watching this you might feel hungry for cookies!
Try to complete the subtraction number sentences and challenges attached below. Grown-ups, if your child is working to 10, please collect 10 objects (toys, bricks, raisins, sweets etc) that can help them work out the answer. If your child is working to 20, they have a number line to help them count back on to find the answer.
Watch and take part in Mr Shingler’s PE challenge Part 1