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Welcome to the Summer Term 2020!

Hello Reception!

Here are some more special learning challenges for you to do.  Please remember to read or share a story with a grown up and practise writing your sounds each day too!

Don't forget to send us a photo or a message to let us know how you are getting on with your challenges or if you have any other exciting news!

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Today's learning challenge - Monday 18th May

Are you ready to go on an... 

UNDERWATER

ADVENTURE!

Underwater Adventure!

Come dive with us as we go searching for animals living on a Coral Reef! What can YOU see?

Can you remember what you saw?

Can you remember how to do the sign for a turtle?

 

Now create your own underwater scene!

You could use paint, collage or pens.

You could make it BIG or make it small.

You could make it inside an empty box.

You could draw it on paper.

 

Can you think of a creature to add yourself?

What is your favourite sea creature?

Remember to take a photo and send your fabulous Underwater scenes to us.

 

 

 

Today's learning challenge-Monday 11th May

 

We would like you to use your listening ears today!  Can you listen to the following story?  Remember to listen really carefully and get ready to answer a few questions afterwards!

 

 

 

 

 

Click on the link below to listen to the story.

Numbers on the Fly!

 

We are going to make and fly our own aeroplanes that we have decorated and made out paper!

First we need to decorate a piece of A4 paper for our aeroplane design.

Use the pictures below to help you!

Follow these instructions to help you make a paper aeroplane

If you prefer watch this video to help you make a paper aeroplane!  You will find out about how they fly too!

How to Make a Paper Aeroplane

Learn how to make a great paper aeroplane, and find out what makes it fly!

Now it's time to fly your aeroplanes!

You can either set up an obstacle course.

Or you can see which aeroplane travels the furthest!

You could measure the distance by using large bricks or by counting how many footsteps long it has flown.

Happy Flying!

Dear Parents,

Please read the letter below.  It will tell you about some phonics lessons that your child can take part in everyday!

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - By Eric Carle

The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a tiny caterpillar eats and eats...and eats his way through the week. Listen to the story to find out what he eats!

Now you have listened to the story, it is time to make your life-cycle.  Here are some ideas to help you.  

Have fun!

Here are some ideas for you to look at and help you decide how to create your own life cycle!   

The Tiny Caterpillar Song

Now can you join in and learn this song about 'The Tiny Caterpillar'


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