Physical5-a-day all sports round up
I would like you to create an information poster for a penguin. Ask your grown-up for help with the words if you need it. Draw a picture of a penguin, then write as many facts as you know. Have another look at the Tuesday’s penguin video.
Phonics/LiteracyPlay the Snug as a Bug in a Tub game on Education City
Using the sounds on your sound fan, see if you can make some 3 letter words. These can be real words or silly words. Maybe you could write a list of real words and silly words that you make with your sounds.
I hope you enjoy singing along and joining in with the music session. Watch the video attached below.
Use a set of playing cards. If you do not have any cards, you can cut up pieces of paper and write numbers on them. Start with numbers 1-10 and move on if your child is ready. Turn over 2 cards and then use them to write a number sentence, e.g. 2+3=5. Your child can write them on a whiteboard, paper, card or whatever you have at home to use. Use a number line, toys or snacks as counting resources.
StoryBe Brave Little Penguin by Rachel Elliot
Well children, you continue to impress Miss Edwards and I with all that you are doing with your home learning. Keep up the good work children and grown-ups!
I hope you have enjoyed your learning today. I look forward to seeing you tomorrow.
Take care and keep smiling!
Mrs Spooner x