Friday 30th January 2021
Maths - Scavenger Hunt
For today's maths home learning, you will be completing a maths scavenger hunt. You will need to find as many items on the list as possible. I look forward to seeing all the things you can find on the scavenger hunt. The scavenger hunt is listed below:
Maths Scavenger Hunt:
Find 2 pencils and 1 blue crayon. How many items do you have now?
Find 5 blocks and 2 pennies. How many do you have now? Take 3 blocks away. How many items are left?
Find 4 crayons and 2 stuffed animals. How many do have now?
Find 4 books, 1 crayon and 1 orange pencil. How many items do you have altogether?
I look forward to seeing what you find on Tapestry.
English Wanted Poster
For today's English home learning, I would like you to complete a wanted poster for the wolf from the story of Little Red Riding Hood. I have attached the template for the wanted poster below, you can either print the poster or you can copy the poster from the template. I look forward to seeing your poster on Tapestry.
Little Red Riding Hood Wanted Poster
Getting active with Joe Wicks
For today's home learning, I would like you to get fit with Joe Wicks. I would like you to copy the moves and actions which Joe Wicks completes.
I have attached the link to the video below. I look forward to hearing and seeing you getting active on Tapestry.
Phonics 'ar' and 'or' sound
For today's home learning, I would like you to revise the 'ar' and 'or' sound. I would like you to practise saying the sounds:
Remember the rhymes are as follows:
'ar' - start the car
'or' - shut the door
I would then I like you to practise writing some simple sentences with the words with both these sounds in them.
'ar' words - car, start, part, cart, mart
'or' words - door, floor, poor, horn, corn
An example sentence would be:
'I had to take the car to get there.'
I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry.
Phonics 'sh' sound
For today's sound we are going to be recapping the s'h' sound. First, I would like you to practise saying the sound and the rhyme, remember first you need to say, 'sh' and the 'sh, slither down the snake, then, down the horse's head to his hooves and over his back.'
Then you need to practise saying the words with 'sh' sound in them, which are 'shoe', 'shut', 'ship' and 'fish'. Once you have practise saying the 'sh' sound and the words. I would like you to practise writing the 'sh' sound.
Then I would like you to practise sound out the word using Fred talk:
shoe - sh - o - e
ship - sh - i - p
shut - sh - u - t
fish - f - i - sh
I look forward to seeing all your hard work on Tapestry. I have attached the link to video for the 'sh' sound for you to use whilst you are learning you are sounds.