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Week 3 20.04.2020

Today's learning challenge - Friday 24th April

We thought it would be a good idea to cheer up a family member, by writing them a letter.  You could tell them what you have been doing and then post it in the post box!

You could write to a grandparent, auntie, uncle, cousin or a close friend.

   

 

You will need:

paper 

an envelope

pencil crayons

and a stamp!

 

Now its time to think about what you can tell them

 

You could tell them about all of the lovely baking you have been doing as part of our learning challenges, you could even send them the recipe!

 

You might want to tell them about a favourite television programme you have been watching.

 

Have you painted a Rainbow?  You could tell them about your painting and the colours you used.

When you have finished writing your letter get a grown up to check it!  

Have you used a capital letter, full stop and finger spaces in your sentences?

 

 

Before you post it remember to write the name and address of the person you are sending your letter to.

 

You never know, you might even get a reply in the post!

Today's learning challenge - Thursday 23rd April 

Let's begin with some counting and actions!

 

 

Count to 20 and Workout

Jack Hartmann's Count to 20 and Workout will have you counting to 20 as you engage your body and your brain!

We would like you to practise counting in different groups.  First of all you need to collect 20 objects from around your home, these could be toys, pennies, socks or any other counters you may have.

Have you collected them?

 

 

 

 

 

Now use the worksheet below to help you count in groups of 2's, 5's and 10's.

Remember to record how many groups you make each time?

Grouping 20 objects

Welcome to today's learning challenge

Wednesday 22nd April.

Today is all about 'tricky' words

 

Can you practise reading and writing the 'tricky' words on the cards!

Now you have practised them are you ready to go on a scavenger hunt for them?

1.  Write the 'tricky' words onto some paper.

2.  Ask a grown up to hide them around the house.

3.  How quickly can you find and read the tricky words.  Ask a grown up to time you!


Can you join in with this 'tricky' word song!

Learn the 'tricky' words me, be, was, you, my, all, are, they and was!

Today's learning challenge - Tuesday 21st April 2020

 

Did you know that the patterns on a butterfly's wings are symmetrical?

Can you colour in the butterfly's wings so that they are the same on both sides and make your own own symmetrical patterns?

Can you remember the story of 'The Hungry Caterpillar' from yesterdays challenge?  One of his favourite things to eat was a yummy cake!  

Try making your own Butterfly cakes using the recipe below!

Butterfly Cake Recipe

Or for a healthier choice you could choose to make a caterpillar salad instead!

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