Its Thursday and we have nearly made it through our first week of term 4! Only next week left before back to school for some fun learning altogether again! 😊
Please continue to send your work to us each day, so we can provide any feedback and see how hard you are working!
Our daily outline of what your day will look like today:
This term we are focusing on Easter. Today we will be looking at Salvation. Our big question for the term is ‘why do Christians put a cross in an Easter garden?’
Today we will be looking at the question ‘who is Jesus?’
1. Watch the video below to revisit the different things and message Jesus left, which we covered last term.
What do they know about him?
What can they remember?
2. Draw an outline of a person which looks like Jesus, then write some words to describe the sort of person Jesus was? Here are some ideas to help you: friend, kind, peace, love, forgives.
Here are Tom and Tessa, they will be helping us to understand our learning this term. They wanted to say Hello.
In Tom and Tessa’s Bible it tells them that the name Jesus means ‘He saves’. Where have you heard the word ‘save’ before? Discuss your ideas, then have a look at the pictures below:
The Goalkeeper saved the goal. This stopped the other team from winning.
The dog and the person needed saving from danger. The dog had got lost and fallen into the river. If the rescue person had not been there, then things might have ended up badly for the dog and the person.
Tom and Tessa know that Jesus came to the world to save those who are lost, in danger or made wrong choices. This is because God loves everyone. That is why his name means ‘He saves’
3. Create your own picture and write a sentence on someone you know who saves.
Check out the document below and complete the comprehension sheet. You will need to sound out the sentence and add to the picture to check your understanding of what you have read.
Topic task: Same or different?
1. Using your minibeast cards below (You can choose a selection to print or you may still have these printed from yesterday), see how many you can name and say where you have seen them before.
2. Using the minibeast cards, write two labels saying one for ‘same’ and one for ‘different’. Then using two hoops, baskets or pots, sort and group your minibeasts into two different piles, explaining your ideas. What features or movements make them the same or different.
3. Watch my video below and see which minibeasts I chose to compare. Then choose two minibeasts which you would like to compare and label the similarities or differences.
As part of our EYFS Curriculum the children would access a range of choosing activities and learn together and individually through play. I have set some options for you to choose from below. These do not all need to be completed and can be more independent for your child to complete and play maybe even alongside a sibling.
1. Continue with your Art challenge task: For the next 30 days, you could complete the art challenge below. Please do not worry if your picture is not exactly 5cm x 5cm as long as it’s a small piece of paper so that at the end your drawings can all be put together to create your very own 30-day art collage. I can’t wait all those amazing drawings!
2. Reading task: Make story cards for well-known stories such as The Very Hungry Caterpillar or The Bad-Tempered Ladybird by Eric Carle to sequence them and make a story board.