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Phonics

Maths

Plan Work to send via DOJO

Go on to the link:    https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/building-9-10-week-2/

Follow Session 2 – Comparing Numbers within 10
1) Watch video.
2) Complete the activity (download from the ‘Get the activity’ tab to the right hand side of the video.)


Finish by watching Number Blocks: S2 EP14 (Numberblock Castle)  https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08r3xqq/numberblocks-series-2-numberblock-castle

 

Photo of session 2 activity

 

 

 

 

Literacy

Plan Work to send via DOJO
  1. Review vocabulary ‘past’/’present’/’future’ from yesterday.
     
  2. Recap ‘Hospitals – Then and Now Comparisons’ document from yesterday.
     
  3. Look at the ‘WaBOLL’ (What a Bad One Looks Like) sentence. Work together to change it into a WaGOLL (What a Good One Looks Like). What isn’t right about the sentence? Correct the mistakes and write a better sentence. Use the ‘WaBOLL into a WaGOLL’ worksheet to complete this activity.

    As you go along, create a ‘toolkit’/ list of all things needed to write a good sentence e.g. capital letters (symbol: ‘Aa’), finger spaces (symbol: a finger), use of sounds/segmenting and blending (symbol: an ear), a full stop (symbol: a full stop) and correct letter formation (symbol: dotted letter with arrow for directions). See example symbols in image below.

     
  • ‘WaBOLL’ sentence:  the old roois durtee
  • Change into a ‘WaGOLL’: The old room is durtee.

    Remember, ‘Tricky words’ from our Phonics lessons should be written with the correct spelling: the to no go I he she we me be my was you. 
    Other words should be segmented – sounded out – and written using known grapheme/letters from our Phonics lessons. 

     

Completed 'WaBOLL into a WaGOLL' activity worksheet. 

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Plan Work to send via DOJO

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

  1. Recap the term: ‘daily habits’ from last half term.
    Question: What does it mean? Clarify that it means ‘the things we need to do every day (daily)’. 
    Question: Which daily habits should we have? (reuse the ‘Keeping clean - I SPY activity’ document as a reminder) Which habits aren’t on there? Why is it important to do these things? What will happen if we do not follow these and do not make them part of our daily habits/routine(s)?

     
  2. Discuss germs and recap from last half term’s learning. Question: What are germs? What can germs do to our bodies and our health?
     
  3. Recap ‘Healthy Hugs’. Question: What can we do instead of hugging one another to show that we care about our friends? Why do we need to have ‘healthy hugs?’. Think of and share signs (‘sign language’) used in last week’s lesson to use instead of hugs.
     
  4. New learning link:
    https://classroom.thenational.academy/lessons/were-part-of-the-same-pond-68t6ad - Begin by completing the intro quiz.
    - Watch the video.

(remember to use GOOGLE CHROME for the video to work) and join in with activities. Pause the video where appropriate for additional time to complete activities.
 

  1. Create your own Lily pad to keep yourself safe especially when returning to school.
     

A photo of your own lily pad.

Handwriting

Plan

Work to send via DOJO

Letter formation of ‘d

Read ‘Handwriting Gross and Fine Motor Crib Sheet – PARENTS’.
 

  1. Playdough
    Follow the video:  Down in the Jungle - https://youtu.be/o9D5lfqZF3o

 

  1. Squiggle while you wiggle
    Song: Dolly Parton - 9-5 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E4OzdyxbOuU
    Children to complete ‘squiggle while you wiggle movements’ on paper.      

 

  1. Handwriting
    Watch: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HuxdUHNfwjg&safe=active
    Children complete ‘Handwriting Letters’ activity worksheet. Practise just LETTER ‘d’ (letters and words!)

 

Complete Handwriting
Letters activity worksheet
 for ’d' (letters and words!)

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