Hello little conkers- below is a goodbye letter from me, Louise. I hope you have a nice summer.
Maths (week 1 and 2 challenge)
Friday June 12th
Expressive Art and Design
Thursday June 11th
Good morning my lovlies! Its great to see you all logging on every day! Keep Up the good work!
First: Watch the ar video again (below).
Next: Read the jack in the beanstalk story again, paying attention to the Tricky with 'ar' words and the Cool Blue 'oo' words (below).
After: Think of all the ar words you can. Write them down quickly. Look at the ar video again to help you, if you like. Can you think of ten ar words?
Finally: Make some word art using as many ar words as you can.
You can send your word art pictures to email@example.com
Literacy/ Understanding the World
First: Watch the videos about the tadpole to frog metamorphosis.
Next: Talk about what happened in the videos.
Finally: Do the two writing activities about the life cycle of a frog and its metamorphosis.
Tuesday June 9th
I hope you did some super learning yesterday! We've got some more super learning for you today!
First: Revisit the black cat sounds. Can you remember them all?
Next: Watch the Cool Blue video.
Match the oo words to the pictures on the sheet. How many oo words can you find?
Finally: Imagine what the animals at the zoo are up to now that the zoo is closed. Use sentences and your sounds. See if you can do at least 5 sentences. Use your sounds to write and use finger spaces between your words. When you've finished, draw a picture of your story!
Now you know all about doubling... have a go at halving!
First: Go through the Parrots PowerPoint.
Then: Test your knowledge by playing the 'Hit the Button' halving game.
Monday June 8th
Hello there. Hope you have enjoyed your weekend and the rain did not make you too blue. Wasn't the thunderstorm exciting?
PSED Circle Time WALT discuss changes
Play the story and discuss with your child how in life we will encounter changes that are inevitable. Discuss the changes they have dealt with during COVID and discuss other natural changes in our world.
some Questions for consideration:
- The caterpillar never wants the tadpole to change. Why do we change?
- How have you changed since you were born? How will you change in the future?
- The tadpole breaks his promise. What is a promise? How does it make others feel when we break a promise?
- The caterpillar eventually forgives the tadpole. Why is it important to forgive others?
- Can you explain what metamorphosis is?
- Using the heart template Design a heart of pictures or words to show your child's feelings about the story.. Explain that these feelings are normal and out of sadness and ear of change can come new beginnings.
Phoncis WALT: write from a character's perspective
Quick CVCC/CCVC/CCVCC Words Roar
Blend sounds to read the flashcards – put cards that need a recap to one side.
Use PowerPoint or eBook and re-read Jack and the Beanstalk
Model Sentence Writing from the character’s perspective. Put yourself in their story and imagine you are talking to a character, E.G: ‘There is a hen for you mum.’ Children write a sentence in on whiteboard or paper. Children write a sentence a sentence with you first. Ask if they write similar sentences. ‘There is a harp for you.’ Encourage them to think about what the character might be thinking.
Maths WALT: Calculate with a dice
Use the game sheet and rules to take turns and play the dice game. If you cannot print the sheet create your own grid sheet using paper at home or even chalk in the garden.
Friday, June 5th
Hello little ones. I hope you have been growing your brilliant brains well this week.
Phonics WALT: sort sounds
Using the PowerPoint, encourage your child to work through the sounds and sort the pictures.
Maths WALT: double
Using the PowerPoint, encourage your child to put the items in the doubling machine
The children love coloring so for Friday fun I am posting some butterfly coloring.
Thursday, June 4th
Hello Conkers - Louise is hoping you are all keeping healthy and happy. xx
Below is another quick morning Read and Write starter. Pens at the ready!
Phonics WALT: Recognise ‘oo’ words and create a sentence.
Quick ‘oo’ words Roar
Read the ‘oo’ word flashcards – put cards that need a recap to one side.
Main: Character Sentences
Use the templates to write one or more ‘oo’ sentences. They had no food. It was as high as the moon. He was in a big room. He was in a bad mood. Zoom! Cool Blue came to help.
Apply: ‘oo’ Game – Word Paper Plates Hunt
Hide ‘oo’ flashcards around the room. You will need two paper plates. Please write ‘oom’ and ‘oon’ on separate plates. Hunt to find all the ‘oo’ flashcards and stick it on the plate with the correct word family eg: moon and soon are stuck on the ‘oon’ paper plate. The winner is the first to have a complete set
Physical Development/ Literacy /Understanding of the World
WALT: Cut, Read and Match the Life Cycle of the Butterfly.
Using the template, encourage your child to:
First: cut the images and labels out and mix them up.
Next: sort them into the correct order
After: encourage your child to READ AND MATCH the CAPTIONS to each picture.
Math WALT: Compare the difference between length, height and distance.
Using the attached PowerPoint, please discuss the difference between length, height and distance, with your child. See the PowerPoint for further instructions.
Wednesday, June 3rd
My little Conker stars, I hope you are beaming with happiness. Be safe
Phonics WALT: Recognize long 'oo' words
Introduce long ‘oo’ grapheme:
Cool Blue makes the long ‘oo’ sound. Revisit the PowerPoint from yesterday and look for examples in the story.
Re read PowerPoint or eBook Jack and the Beanstalk (see Tuesday)
Main: Magic Cup ‘oo’ Game
Select five flashcards (below) and show them to your child to read and insert each into a cup. They turn the cup over and move the cups around. Your child close their eyes, the leader say ‘do not look at what the magic took’ and takes a cup away. The flashcards are revealed one by one. Your child try to guess the missing flashcard as quick as possible
Repeat the game
MATH WALT: Subtract on a 100 number square
First::Using the game posted yesterday. Please no explore counting back and subtracting on a number square.
Next: Create number problems. For example. There were 7 frogs. 2 jumped away. How many are left?
Finally: Encourage your child to solve the number problem. Take turns to solve one. As them to set you a number problem.
Literacy WALT: Write non-fiction facts
First: Revisit the video from yesterday and discuss some facts.
Next: Model some writing and sound out the words as you do. Encourage finger space.
Finally: Using the template below, ask your child to write their own facts about the life cycle.
Tuesday, June 2nd
Morning Conker Stars. How are you all? Sending lots of hugs across the internet.
Here is a little morning phonics warm up. Guess the word, Say the Word. Write the Word
Phonics: WALT: Read Jack and the Beanstalk focusing on 'oo' sound.
Quick Sounds Roar speed read the Reception flashcards one by one.
Reading: Read 'Jack and the Beanstalk PowerPoint. Read the oo words and HFWs on the final page.
Tricky– oo Flashcards: Children make their own flashcards with the words - moon room food zoom
mood spoon boom cool
Math WALT: add using a Number Square
Visit www.primarygames.co.uk SEARCH for the 100 Square Splat game as this will be a fun ICT game that will teach them about the 1-100 squares in a number square. Alternatively, if you do not wish to use the game use the grid provided below.
Next: Play around initially with the game focusing on one more. Let them splat what one more is. For example; If you say what is one more than 5 they have to splat 6.
After: Write a number sentence out and ask them to solve it. For example 2+3= . They splat two, splat three more to get the answer.
Challenge: As a little challenge they could see how many numbers they could write out in their own number square using this blank template.
Understanding of the World WALT: Learn non fiction facts about the Butterfly life cycle
First; Discuss the difference between a non-fiction book and fiction and why information books are important. They actually tell us real-world facts!
Next: Watch the video and discuss the different stages of the life cycle with your child. Discuss with your child the physical changes they see in the caterpillar, cocoon, to butterfly.
Finally: Replay the video and stop on a fact and discuss the information the video is providing. See the video below.