I hope you are all well and had a lovely weekend? Lastly Monday this week, before our well-deserved half term!
We are going into our last week of home learning for this term and you are all doing so amazing! Thank you for all your continued support with your children’s learning, we are nearly there!
This week our learning is called express week, this is where we think and reflect on our terms learning and activities we have completed.
Please continue to send your work to us each day, so we can provide any feedback and see how hard you are working! Its always lovely to receive your learning and see how well you are all doing.
Our daily outline of what your day will look like today:
You have all worked all hard this term and deserve something fun! I hope you are free to attend a Prince and Princess ball this week. Please see your invitation below. Don’t forget to dress up as your favourite fairy tale character! We are going to have a ball of a time!
Maths task: This week out focus for Maths will be combining 2 groups. We will begin to combine 2 groups to find how many altogether. This week there will be opportunities to do this in many contexts as possible using real objects.
2. Spread a set of dominoes out face down. Ask your child to pick a domino and tell you how many spots there are on each side. Can you tell how many spots on the domino altogether? What if my domino has 6 spots? How many could be on each side? Can you draw a domino with 6 spots? Can you draw more than one?
If you don’t have any dominos, you can print the document below and cut them out.
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: Jellybean Jamboree!
1. Print out some photos of you completing your ‘magic’ bean task last week or using your drawings from your bean diary, look at the photos or drawings and say what you can see and remember from this activity. Talk about the things you enjoyed doing and why, then order your photos or drawings from your magic bean task and discuss the different events you took last week in order to grow your ‘magic’ beans.
2. Then write some short captions under each photo or drawing recording what is happening. If using photos taken from last week, you can use the document below to stick them on and write your caption.
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. Investigation task: Create your very own frozen fairy tale scene. Using mini figure toys place them in a bowl of water and freeze them to turn them into ice cube figures. Create a large bowl or deep tray of water and add your frozen figures to them. You could even add glitter to the water. When and how will your figures deforest?
2. Fine Motor task: Using the sheet below, practise your cutting skills and add the Jack and the beanstalk characters to your tall beanstalk. Who will make it to the top?