Good morning everybody.
Today is Monday 6th July, the start of another school week.
Scroll down for today's busy work activities.
If your child is confident recognising all of the set 1 sounds, and can read words such as ship, king, bat, and clap, without any support, then click on the set 2 sounds icon.
Now, it's PE Time. Let's start by warming up our bodies. Copy the actions to 'Heads, Shoulders, knees and toes' in the video below.
Let's start today's Maths activity by telling a grown up the numbers you can see below.
3 7 10 1 15 18 4 20 8 16 12 0
Super! Over the next two weeks, we are going to practise lots of different Maths skills, so you are ready for year 1. Today, you are going to practise your counting skills. Look at the creepy crawly hotels below. We want you to use your pointy finger to count how many bugs are in each hotel.
Challenge: Tell a grown up which hotel has more bugs (remember, more is the biggest amount).
Now, can you count the bugs in the hotels below? Don't forget to use your pointy finger.
Challenge: Tell a grown up which hotel has less bugs (remember, less is the smallest mount).
Super Challenge Time:
Today's challenge is to identify the number at the top of each leaf, tell a grown up one more than this number, and then draw this amount of bugs on the leaf. You can do this challenge in your busy books, copy the leaf into your books first.
Super Super Challenge Time:
For this challenge, you have to identify the number at the top of each picture, tell a grown up one less than this number and then draw this amount of bugs on the leaf.
Wow, fantastic work everybody.
Today's story is called 'Elmer and the Hippos.' The elephants aren’t happy: the hippos have come to share their river because their own has dried up. When they complain to Elmer that the river is over-crowded everyone’s favourite patchwork elephant sets off to see if he can find a way to solve the problem. To listen to this fantastic story click on the link below.
Fantastic busy work.
Come back tomorrow for even more fun activities!
Miss Dodgson & Mr Kirkbride.