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Plan Work to be sent via DOJO

Begin by watching Number Blocks:
S3 Ep6 (Now we are 6 to 10):

Go on to the link:

Follow Session 3 – Ordering numerals to 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 S3 Ep20 (The Wrong Number):


Photo of session 3 activity





Plan Work to be sent via DOJO

Sentence writing

  1. Review vocabulary and make links between ‘past’ and ‘old’, ‘present’ and ‘new’ and ‘future’ being unheard of and not designed yet.
  2. Revisit the completed sorting activity from yesterday’s lesson. Discuss what the children can see and why the toys are in each section.
  3. Explain that today we need to think of some sentences about some of the old toys from the past. Recap what a good sentence looks like. Highlight the need for using:
  •  finger spaces
  •  a full stop
  •  a capital letter
  •  independent segmentation and blending (sounding out in the same way as our Phonics sessions NOT necessarily the correct spelling – use the ‘Jolly Phonics Sounds Mat’).
  •  REMEMBER correct spelling of tricky words (I, the, to, no, go, is, he, she, we, me, be, was, my).
  • Re-read to check that it makes sense.
  1. Write a ‘toolkit’ for children to refer to when writing sentences so that they remember what is needed. Think of your own symbols to represent each point e.g. a finger for finger spaces. A large dot for a full stop. An ear for listening to the sounds. An eye for rereading to check etc…


  1. Show the children the ‘WABOLL’ (what a bad one looks like) examples and correct together using the toolkit as a reminder of what is needed:

    the hus ismade from wud       = (The horse is made from wood.)
    It is fun 2play wiv                    = (It is fun to pay with.)


  1. Adult to model writing a WAGOLL (what a good one looks like) sentence example talking the child through all of the above processes.

    Examples of sentences could be:
    The rocking horse is made from wood.
    It is from the past.
    I think that it looks fun.

  2. Encourage children to think of their own sentences. Use the Old Toys Writing Sheets’. Children to write their own WAGOLL sentences.

Completed written sentence ideas (on the ‘Old Toys Writing Sheets’).

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

Plan Work to be sent 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? What will happen if we do not follow these and 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. Watch video (‘Heathy Hugs’):
    (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.

  4. Work together to create 4 signs (‘sign language’) for your family/friends to communicate instead of hugging/making physical contact. Remember to photograph them to send via DOJO.


Photos and explanations of your 4 chosen signs.


Plan Work to be sent via DOJO

Letter formation of ‘o’

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


  1. Playdough
    Follow the video:  Pirate remix -

  2. Squiggle while you wiggle
    Song: S Club 7 – Reach

Children to complete ‘squiggle while you wiggle movements’ on paper.

3. Handwriting


Children complete ‘Handwriting Letters’ activity worksheet. Practise just LETTER ‘o’ (not words underneath)


Complete Handwriting Letters activity worksheet just LETTER ‘o’ (not words)!