Well Miss Abbott and I would like to just start by saying how incredibly PROUD we are of each and every one of you for working so hard with your remote learning today. It was so lovely to see lots of your faces this morning and your enthusiasm to get started with your activities. Sadly, we cannot all be together in our classrooms at the minute but that’s okay! Because we have some great activities planned for you this week for our new topic. As much as we will miss us all being together, for now, we will enjoy seeing all of your hard work as you continue to show resilience with adapting to learning from home. (You do not need to print these sheets if you do not have access to a printer. You can just use some paper or a notebook and keep all of your work that you do somewhere safe!) Remember to post on seesaw so we can see your great work! Here are your activities for the day:
Phonics: Today we are practising the ‘ai’ grapheme. Practise writing the words to match the pictures. Remember to segment it and blend first before you write the word so you can hear all the sounds. Then see if you can find the ‘ai’ words within the wordsearch. (You do not need to print these sheets if you do not have access to a printer. You can just use some paper or a notebook and keep all of your work that you do safe!)
English: You are going to write about your Christmas holidays! We would like to know all about your favourite present that you received, your favoutite food that you ate and something fun that you did over the holidays. Perhaps you painted, played with your new toys or played in your garden. Draw a picture to show these things and write some key words or a simple sentence to tell us about your christmas break. If you write a sentence, think about what a sentence needs at the beginning and at the end. And remember to use your robot arms when writing your words.
Maths- Representing numbers to 10. Look at the pictures and write down which numbers these are showing.
Representing objects to 10- This time, can you count the objects and represent them by drawing them on ten frames?
PSHE- New years resolutions can help us to have a focus for the year, setting ourselves goals to reach and achieve. Can you draw a picture to show us your new years resolutions for the new year? Think about what you would like to achieve this year and what will you do to get there!