4th May

4th May

Mrs Hall speaks....

Phonics

 

Phase 3 Phonic sounds of the week -

 

ear, air

  • dear and hair

 

Espresso- found on class page on website

 

Mr Thorne does phonics- online videos showing sound pronunciation (search YouTube)

Downloadable app available, this is £2.99 but an option if you prefer.

 

Phonics play website- lots of different phonic based games https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

 

Reading

 

Ideally 10 mins each day but see how you go.

 

Oxford owl website- sign up to access free E books for the children to read

 

How to teach a monster to read app

Big cats reading scheme

 

Practise reading phase 3 tricky words-

He, she, we, me, be, you, all, are, her

  • Throw a ball/bean bag onto different words and say word
  • Hide in a sandpit/ball pool

 

Maths

 

Follow the link to National Oak Academy. Click Online Classroom, Schedule, Reception, Week 3.

 

https://www.thenational.academy/online-classroom

 

Complete daily videos.

 

3D shapes

 

Can you collect any 3D shapes in your house? A tin is a cylinder etc.

 

Maths Work Book

 

Pages 18-19

 

 

Understanding the World/ Physical Development

 

With the following activities please do not worry if you don’t have the correct ingredients as we are aware how difficult it is at the moment to source food. They are only suggestions and can therefore be adapted or even changed to imaginative cooking in the garden/ mud or sand play.

 

Can you bake a cake? What ingredients do you need? Please can you talk to them about using a recipe and weighing out all of the ingredients.

 

Can you make a pizza using pita bread as a base and the toppings of your choice?

 

Is there a recipe you would like to make?

 

Can you make your own cake using ingredients from the garden? Can you make a mud cake?

 

Writing

 

Can you write a list of the ingredients you used in your baking/cooking?

 

Can you design your own pizza and then label it?

 

Don’t worry if it is not the correct spelling, you can then model this after they have had a go. It is important for the children to have a go first and practise their phonic skills.

 

EAD

 

Can you create some decorative bunting to celebrate VE Day and 75 years since victory in Europe in 1945? Please talk to the children about how and why they celebrated the end of the Second World War in Europe. Please use the Espresso website for any support.

 

We would have been celebrating this moment in history as a whole school and community so thought it would be nice to still mark the occasion. Here is a link on how to make the bunting.

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/articles/4TrqYDyf4PMdLypxzyTwGDg/great-british-bunting

 

Exercise

 

Cosmic Kids Yoga- YouTube

 

Please continue to take photos of the completed activities and add them to tapestry so we can still join your child on the learning journey.