Day 36 (Wed 3/3) – Lockdown blog

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Daily Challenge

Today we are thinking about the sea. What do you know already?

Challenge 1 – Talk to a grown-up about how you can stay safe in and around water.

Challenge 2 – Imagine you have found a wishing shell. What would you wish for? Can you draw a picture of a wishing shell and/or your wish?

Challenge 3 – Find out 3 fact about a creature that lives in the sea.

Challenge 4 – Some animals that live in the sea have fins to help them move around. Other animals have legs to move around. Can you think of some sea creatures that have fins and some that have legs?

Phonics

Today we are continuing to look at the ‘igh’ phoneme/grapheme. We will be focusing on writing words that contain ‘igh’. You will need your day 36 sheet for today’s phonics session.

Maths

Today we will look at number bonds to 10. We will find different ways of making 10. Please have your day 36 sheet ready and 10 small objects or the spots (please cut these out before the session). Can you draw part whole models to match each number bond of 10?

Keep practising counting to 100 too!

Reading

Please read daily by logging onto http://www.getepic.com/student. Simply enter your teacher code and select your name.

You could play a game on phonics play! Log in for free with the username: jan21. Password: home https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/ . You should also receive a reading book inside your pack.

Stories

Physical Activity

Can you make your own sea creature? Here are some ideas to help you.

Nursey Learning

Alliteration is an aspect of Phase 1 phonics. It means words which start with the same sound.

This is an example that lots of people know, it is also a tongue twister!

Can you join in with Maddison and Felix today?

Maths

Today we will be exploring different ways of making 10. Can you join in with the number bonds to 10 song? Can you remember our shape song too? Have a go at learning some 3D shapes by joining in with this shape song.

Nursery

Have a look to see the different shapes Bert and Ernie make. Can you name all of these shapes? Can you make some of there shapes with things you can find around your home? You could use a belt or some string or some ribbon. Ask you grown up to take a picture of the shapes you have made and put them on to EExAT.

Shapes are all around you. Did you know that you eat shapes? Watch this story to see how…

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