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Good Morning Receptionblush.
Today is Friday 1st May 2020, the first day of a new month.

What is the weather like today?
Here are today's busy activitiesyes.

Phonics Time

Can you say these sounds?

z   ch   qu   x   ng   nk

 

Now, in your busy work books, practice writing the following letters:
Remember to use the rhymes to help you.
j - down his body, curl, dot for his head.

k - down the kangaroos body, tail and leg.

f - down the stem, and draw the leaves.

 

mail Parents: Ask your child to write the following words in their busy work books.
Boys and girls, remember to use your 'Fred Fingers' to help you.

 

Words to write: quack, dug, pup, plum, swim. 
As a challenge, your child could write a simple sentence: Tom is a cat.

 

Now let's play 'Pick a Picture' laugh.
You need to Fred talk, read the word and then click on the picture box that matches the word.

Chat on the Mat Time
Yesterday, you learnt about the life cycle of a sunflower - the journey the flower goes on, once the seed has been planted. Today, your busy job is to draw the life cycle of a sunflower in your book.
Look at the image below, the first part has been done for youwink.

 

If you need some help, the PowerPoint you looked at yesterday is here to help youyes.

Challenge: Can you complete the two sentences below? Tell your grown up the answers, or write them in your busy bookyes.

 

1. A seed grows into ___ ___________ .

2. A sunflower will eventually ___ . The seeds from the head fall to the ground and grow into ____ ________ .


Scroll down to the bottom to find the answerswink.

Maths Time
Today, at Maths Time, we are looking at 2D shapes and 3D shapes. 
Remember, a 2D shape is a flat shape and a 3D shape is a solid shape (a fat shape). 

Let's start today's Maths activities by singing our 2D and 3D shape songslaugh.

2D Shapes Song

3D Shapes Song

Now, its time for you to fix a problemsurprise. All of the shapes below have been muddled up, your job is to sort them into 2D shapes (flat shapes) and 3D shapes (solid, fat shapes).
In your busy books, split your page into two, by drawing a line down the middle. Using the shapes below, draw the 2D shapes in one box, and the 3D shapes in the other boxyes.
Picture 1
Picture 2
Picture 3
Picture 4
Picture 5
Picture 6
Picture 7
Picture 8

Surprise Time
After a busy week, it's time for our weekly surprise time. Click on the video below and watch Numberjacks. Enjoywink.

If you have seeds at home, why don't you plant them over the weekend with a grown uplaugh.
Have a lovely weekend, take care and stay safe!
Miss Dodgson & Mr Kirkbride.

 

 

Answers to the challenge:
1. a sunflower.

2. die. new flowers.

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