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Week beginning 4th January 2021

Friday 8th January

 

Letters and Sounds

Learn Letter K during our Letters and Sounds Lesson

Blue Penguin

A cold winter story read by Mrs Howarth

Literacy

Reading and Writing

Blue penguin is one of my favourite stories.  It is a heart warming story of friendship and belonging.

Can you draw a picture of your favourite part of the story?

Perhaps you could draw 'Blue Penguin', 'Little Penguin' or 'White Whale'

 

Name writing Practise

Before you draw your picture start by having a go at writing your name on the back of your paper on the top left hand side.

You could try copying your name if you prefer.  Get your mum or dad to write your name first for you to copy.

 

Physical Activity

Get active sing and dance along to the Penguin song

Penguin Song ♫ Penguin Dance Song ♫ Brain Breaks ♫ Kids Action Songs by The Learning Station

The Penguin Song, enjoy this popular dance, animal & action song for kids with lyrics by The Learning Station. It is from the CD, Brain Breaks Action Songs: ...

Thursday 7th January 2021

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Make Winter Scene Collage Pictures

Don't throw away your winter scene Christmas Cards. Use them to make winter pictures.

Provide scissors, glue, winter shapes and some wintery collage bits and pieces e.g. silver paper, cotton wool, doilies etc.

Develop finer physicals skills to use safety scissors, glue and collage effectively.

 

Name writing Practise

Before starting to make your winter picture start by having a big blank piece of paper.  

Try your best at trying to write your name in the top left hand corner of your big piece of paper. 

 

Develop mathematical skills

Practise one to one counting five objects  with this delightful number rhyme.

Count back from five to zero.  Make five snowmen and write a number on each one!

Look closely at the numbers on each snowman

 

Nursery Rhyme - Five Tubby Snowmen

Five Tubby Snowmen is a song that has something to do with counting... There is a gang of five in the beginning and watch these snowmen disappear one after the other

Listen to Stick Man by Julia Donaldson read by Miss Myles

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