Thank you for all the videos you have sent
of the children singing their favourite songs.
They were all fantastic!
Friday 15th May
Go on a lovely walk with your family.
How many of the scavenger hunt items can you see?
Collect lots of natural objects whilst on your walk- stones, daisies, leaves, sticks, flowers, cones, dandelions ect. When you get home make a piece of art with your natural items and send me a photo. Try writing secret messages with the dandelion ink.
Have a dance with Jack Hartmann.
Thursday 14th May
Voice sounds 1- Teach an adult the 'Old McDonald had a farm' song. What animals will he have on his farm?
Voice sounds 2- Take it in turns to make the sound of an animal. Can your family guess which animal sound it is? You could use the Youtube link if you'd prefer.
Music is a magic key- Sing and dance to 'Baby Shark', draw a picture to show how you feel when you hear this song. Adults you can draw a picture about how it makes you feel too if you'd like to! :-)
What is your favourite song or nursery rhyme? Send Mrs Aish a video of you singing and dancing to it.
Wednesday 13th May
Practise writing the numeral 3.
Directions Detectives- Take it in turns to give each other directions to get around your home blindfolded.
Practise your subitisng with Jack Hartmann.
Tuesday 12th May
Watch Mr Thorne and Geraldine the Giraffe 't' videos.
What objects can you find in your home that begin with 't'.
Practise writing 't' correctly.
Squiggle Whilst You Wiggle- Use one of our favourite Squiggle songs 'Uptown Funk' to practise the straight up/down, side to side movements to help you write 't'. Don't forget to use big movements and stretch those arms as high as you can.
Begin to learn the tricky words.
Monday 11th May I am in school today so I will answer your emails when I get home.
Rhyme of the week- Five Teddy Bears. Practise singing the rhyme everyday.
Measuring toys. Which toy is the biggest? Which toy is the smallest? Can you line up you toys in size order biggest to smallest?
Teddy Bear pencil control sheets. Practise drawing on the lines carefully. Have a go at writing the letters. Don't forget to write your name on your work.