• School closes for the summer break on Friday 23rd July and re opens on Tuesday 7th September. Monday 6th September is an INSET day

Home Learning – 21.04.20

Good Morning Kangaroos and Giraffes,

We hope you enjoyed yesterday’s learning and are getting back into the swing of things now.

Have you been doing the Joe Wicks PE lessons? If you have great! If not why not try one today as part of your PE lesson!

Phonics

How many words can you think of that have the letter group ‘oi’ in them? Can you write the words in your workbook and read them to a grown up?

English

Today we would like you to choose your favourite story or film with a dragon in it.

Red and the Possums – In your workbook, write the title of your favourite story or film with a dragon in it. We would like you to tell us why you like this story, what the dragon is called and draw a picture of the dragon from the story or film. Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces, full stops and exclamation marks.

Blue, Green, Wombats and Koalas – In your workbook, write the title of your favourite story or film with a dragon in it. We would like you to tell us why you like this story, what the dragon is called and draw a picture of the dragon from the story or film. Remember to use capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Yellow and Crocodiles – We would like you to tell a grown up what your favourite story or film is called that has a dragon in it, and why you like it. Draw a picture in your workbook of the dragon from your favourite film or story.

Maths

Red and the Possums – Practice counting in 2s again. Then this time collect 18 objects from around your house. (Lego pieces, pencils, toy cars). We would like you to then ½ these objects. Remember this means splitting them into 2 EQUAL piles. How many objects do you have in each pile?

Now in your book draw two circles and record the number of objects in each circle. You could draw the objects or record it as numbers.

Blue, Green, Wombats and Koalas – Practice counting in 2s again. Then this time collect 12 objects from around your house. (Lego pieces, pencils, toy cars). We would like you to then ½ these objects. Remember this means splitting them into 2 EQUAL piles. How many objects do you have in each pile?

Now in your book draw two circles and record the number of objects in each circle. You could draw the objects or record it as numbers.

Yellow and Crocodiles – This time collect 6 objects from around your house. (Lego pieces, pencils, toy cars). We would like you to then ½ these objects. Remember this means splitting them into 2 EQUAL piles. How many objects do you have in each pile?

Now in your book draw two circles and record the number of objects in each circle. You could draw the objects or record it as numbers.

Don’t forget to share a book with someone today. Your reading is still important.

Have a lovely day.

From Mrs Eades and Mrs Attwood