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Primary School

Love to Learn - Learn to Love

27th January

Hey Acorns! 😊

Well done to Ernie for winning our phonics bingo yesterday, it was great fun to see you all crossing off your sounds and listening so well.

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:

Maths

Phonics

Topic

Reading

Choosing activities

Maths task: 6, 7 and 8

Today we will be focusing on our numbers. We will be looking at the number 6.

  1. Watch the story of ‘six dinner Sid’ using the link below. Six Dinner Sid - YouTube

Discuss how many times do they meet 6? Can you draw out 6 front doors to represent the houses on Sid’s street. Can you order the houses from 1 to 6? What if we added another house?

 

  1. Watch the video below, where we discuss making 6 in different ways using the ladybird’s spots. Can you help me find all the different ways?

Making 6 and 7 - Maths

Now you have seen my rainbow in the video. How many colours do you see in the rainbow? Can you paint a rainbow with 7 colours? Can you make rainbows using objects around your house? How many colours did you use?

 

Reading task:

Today we will be looking at a reading comprehension. You can print the sheet below and complete the questions by reading the short sentence and adding to each picture.

Topic task: Ruler for a day!

 

1. Using your crown, you created last week or printing out the one below, become a ruler for the day! This means whoever wears the crown has the power to make a new rule.

 

2. How many new rules can you think of? What would you like to change at home or school? Write down as many as you can as a list or mind map.

 

3. Take some photos of you enjoying your new rules, they will only last for today!

Rulers for a day - Topic lesson

Choosing activities:

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. Role-play task:

Can you help grandma by doing her shopping. What types of food do you think Grandma would like? Write a shopping list for her, you can use the template below or create your own. Then wearing an item as a red cape and face mask, go off to do grandmas shopping.

2. Creative area: Fairy dust!

Using a tray, tuff tray or bowl create some fairy dust. You could use sugar, flour, salt. If you have food colouring or glitter add this to create some colour and sparkles. Hide some special golden treasures in the fairy dust such as beads and create a sign saying, ‘find a golden nugget to make a wish!’. Search using different tools such as tweeters, spoons and fingers. How many can you find? What wishes will you make?

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