I have added a couple of trigraphs and a split digraph to our cards today.
Maths Measuring Height 25.2.21
Focusing on words which contain m,g or d. Don't forget to pause the video between words so you have time to write them correctly. If you find any letter tricky, stop and work on that individual letter.
Don't forget to upload your work to our learning platform.
Maths Days of the week. 24.2.21
Literacy 24.2.21 Changing Mouse's Adventures.
Remember to pause the video if you need a little longer to work on your formation.
Literacy Mouse's Adventures.
Monday morning news writing 22.2.21
For this you will need your alphabet charts, pens, crayons, and writing books.
Maths session 22.2.21 Comparing height using a dice.
For this you will need 1 dice, 18 pieces of Lego, building blocks or other construction equipment.
Literacy 'Mouse's Adventure'
We are learning a new text today,try to remember the actions we use for 'Once upon a time, but,so, finally'.
The story map we created can be found in our resources section on the EYFS page. There is also a link to the home learning pack in the internet resource section.
The task today is to learn the story and create your own 'Mouse' character by either painting, drawing or using collage materials. Remember Mouse is described as orange and soft, with a fluffy long tail.
Hello to all of our wonderful families and a Happy New Year to you all.
We hope you find these recordings of our daily lessons useful and
enable your child to take part in the tasks even if you can't make it to our live sessions.
If you would like any further help, don't forget to email me and I will get back to as soon as I can.
News writing 6.1.21
A brief introduction to our weekly news writing session.
In class we would have alphabet charts and word cards for children to use if they are ready for them. so if you have them at home please let your child use them. As you can see from the introduction we always allow the children to give us the letters, even if they are not quite right. Once we have a word we go back over it explaining any mistakes.
As many of your children are still in the very early stages of writing they will ask for you to spell the words for them. Please do not be tempted as the children are learning that making mistakes is the way we learn and it is by making mistakes that we learn. As those of you who joined in the session this morning saw, we always praise the children and never tell them they are wrong or cannot do it. Although a tricky session, we also want them to enjoy writing.So good luck and don't forget to upload it to our learning platform afterwards.
If a writing a sentence is proving too much, them ask them to just write one word. This could be the name of the object they have talked about, their pet or a friends name. If your child can only identify the initial phoneme in words, this is also OK. Once they have read back what they have written you can scribe it underneath and point out the correct letters they have and any they missed out. We look forward to reading them later.
Measurement Task 6.1.21
Here is the introduction to ordering 3 objects in order of height. Shortest to tallest, then tallest to shortest.
3 Billy Goats Gruff story with actions and story map.
This is the introduction to our weekly literacy sessions. We start a new story today and with it some new actions to learn.
Phonic session 1.1.21
Maths challenge, bridge building.
Here is the introduction to our measurement challenge.
3 Billy Goats Gruff 7.1.21
In today's session I want you to look at the story map we created yesterday as I tell the story. Join in with the actions and as much of the story as you can. Try to remember the two new actions we introduced yesterday. At the end we will practise writing some key words and then I will explain this afternoon's task.
Spelling session . Friday 8.1.21
At this time of year we normally start to ask children to have a go at writing key words so we can see which ones they need to work on. As some of you already know we do send 3 spellings home for them to begin learning. Although during the autumn term we do not test them in class, this term although we don't call it a test, as it is very informal we would ask those children who have been having spellings to show us what they know.
Please remember grown ups that we are asking the children to complete this unaided. In class we would have no alphabet charts or adult support except for reassuring them that whatever they write is good.
The video explains more. Please have a go, even if you don't manage all of the words and upload it to Seesaw. .
Maths Time session 8.1.21
Week beginning 11.1.21
News Writing 11.1.21
For this session you will need your writing books, colouring pencils, pen, alphabet charts.
Maths Bear Park positional Language 11.1.21.mp4
3 Billy Goats Gruff story map changes
For this session you will need a piece of paper or your writing book and the ideas for new characters.
Phonics session 12.1.21
The task today, once you have watched the session is to find 3 objects starting with any of the phonemes we looked at today and draw them. Write the name of what you have drawn using your phonic knowledge underneath each picture. Remember to say the word first, and listen to what you can hear before you write it. Ask your grown up to scribe in their writing what you have written underneath so we can read everyone's writing. But remember, the writing is your own, not your grown ups.
Literacy story map reading session 12.1.21
Maths Estimation session
You will need to either download the estimation sheet from the website, or create your own grid, as shown in the video.
Good Morning everyone. I am having technical difficulties with the literacy recording from this mornings 9.15 session. As soon as I can I will upload the recorded session.
Maths, Time & Estimation session 13.1.21
For this session you will need a timer of some sort, to time yourself for 30 seconds, a print out of the estimation sheet from yesterday, or a hand drawn version.
Art session linked to your story map.
Literacy 14.1.21 Goat facts
For this session you will need either a print out of the goat sheet on the Resources for Remote Learning or the green writing book.
Maths 2D shapes
Literacy Spellings 15.1.21
Maths Repeating patterns
For this session you will need coloured pens, Lego, small shapes or other objects for creating a repeating pattern. You can use your green book to draw in or use physical objects then take a photo or video of your pattern and upload it to our learning platform.
WEEK 3 WEEK BEGINNING 18.1.21
Recap of how to work out how to spell unfamiliar words during any writing session. If you would like to practise writing a whole sentence with me, then please look at last weeks session.
Counting rhyme '1 Man Went To Mow'
Watch this video for the introduction to today's session and to help you learn the counting rhyme.
Watch the videos below to find out what today's maths task is.
Maths 18.1.21 Adding 2 groups together.
For this activity you will need your number cards 0-10, and a number line in case you need help identifying the numbers and some small objects such as Lego or pasta for counting.
Addition using number lines
Literacy 3 part story mountain
For this session you are not going to do any writing, but you will need a copy of the 3 part story mountain. This can either be downloaded from our website, or you can draw your own.
Watch the video to remind yourself of the 'Opening, Dilemma, and Resolution' which you are going to need to think about.
Once you have completed the task upload it to our online platform and ask a grown up to also upload an explanation of your story, or you could record yourself telling your story.
Phonics Tuesday 19.1.21
Literacy 5 part Story Mountain
For this task, you will need to print off the 5 part Story Mountain sheet which is in the Resources for remote learning, or draw you own version in your books.
You also need to have the 3 part Story Mountain you created yesterday as a starting point.
Maths 19.1.21 1 More than, 1 Less than.
For this session you will need number cards, 0-20, and a number line.
In this session we will recap all of the letters we have done so far.
Maths Subtraction: Introducing a friend for cookie time.
For today's session you will need a number line in case you need help identifying the numbers, number cards 1-10 and 10 small objects for counting. Don't forget to start off with our finger rhyme '1 Man went to mow'.
Literacy 20.1.21 5 part Story Mountain.mp4
Today I have added a couple of extra digraphs and words as you are all doing so well.
Remember to pause the video if you find it too fast. Just as in class I am going through the cards a little quicker as we need to be 'snappy' when we look and say what we see.
We are going to try out the tricky letters today, 'd,g,q'.
Literacy 21.1.21 Descriptive words
For today's session you will need your workbook, alphabet chart, the 5 point story mountain , pen and crayons.
Maths 21.1.21 Subtraction recap + using a number line
For this session you will need your number cards, 0-10, number line and 10 objects to count with.
I have added one extra, but I think you will know how to spell it so do not worry.
For this you will need number cards 0-20, number line 0-20, and 20 objects for counting.
Pause the video after each question so you can work out the answer. Record your answer and then upload it to our learning platform, or let us know how you did.
Don't worry if you don't get them all right, take a little time to try out a few more of the questions you found tricky with your grown up so you become more confident.
Week beginning 25.1.21
News writing 25.1.21
For this task you will need your writing book, alphabet chart pens and pencils.
Remember how we write in class? If you are unsure follow these simple instructions:
Decide what you would like to write about. It can be anything you like.
Say each word to yourself,listen carefully to what you hear and write down the letters you think you need:
Remember you might not hear all of the letters, just write what you can hear
If you can only hear the initial (first) letter, then that is OK.
Try to hear more than one, there maybe digraphs, trigraphs and split digraphs. Have a go but remember you may not identify the correct letters needed just yet. But that is OK.
Once you have written your sentence then read it back to yourself to check you are happy with it.
Draw a picture to match the writing.
Don't forget to ask your grown up to scribe after you have written so your teachers understand.
If you want more help, take a look at the news writing sessions we have recorded before, and have a go at spelling the words on there as a practise.
Today you will be watching a video and completing a two part task focusing on the number 6. For recording purposes you will need your book and pencils.
You will need your listening ears, then some art and craft resources for the task.
Remember you can pause the video if it is going to fast for you. If you are finding it tricky to remember a phoneme, think of an object or look around your house and garden for an object which starts with that tricky phoneme.
Literacy : word writing 26.1.21 Look at the words, sound them out then cover them up and have a go at writing them yourself.
Today I have added some sentences for you to try to read. Some of the words are tricky, so you cannot sound them out, but others can be sounded out.
Have a go and see how well you do.
Little Peter Rabbit song with actions.
For this you will need your alphabet chart, pen and either print off the 'Rabbit labels' sheet from our learning resource section, or draw your own rabbit picture (as I have done in the video) and add your labels to this.
You can also find the YouTube link to the song in our resource section as well.
Maths 2.2.21 Matching Pairs
Today we recap, 'u,y,x,z'. The task is to practise writing your name using the correct letter formation. If you can do this without copying from your name card, then move onto writing your surname.
Don't forget to upload your work so we can see how well you are doing.
Maths Combining groups.
You will need a simple Tens frame, either drawn or I have uploaded a simple Tens frame in our resources folder alongside the picture shown in the video for you to use if required. You will also need 20 small objects, 10 in red (or other colour) and 10 in another colour. Don't worry you will only be working with numbers up to 10. Don't forget to upload your own picture and working out so we can see how you are doing.
Little Peter Rabbit
For this session you will need a blank piece of paper, crayons, a pen if you take up the challenge to write the new verse and your voice.
After you have joined in with me to sing the rhyme with the actions, we will learn the next verse. The task, today is to make up a new verse of the song. You will need to think where else might the fly land on Peter? Once you have decided then draw a picture of Peter Rabbit with a fly on his nose, his paw and wherever you decided it would land. Then record yourself either singing or saying your new verse with the actions and upload it. If you are 'up for a challenge' then can you write out your new verse alongside your picture?
Today we will again dip into different phonemes, digraphs, trigraphs , sight words and have a go at reading some sentences. Remember to pause the video to allow you time to say the phoneme and the letter name. You will also need to pause it so you can try to read the sentences.
Today we are recapping the letters 'a,d,g,q'.
Be careful when you form then as they start off with in a clockwise direction, but then return anti-clockwise.
The task is to write your first name without using your name card. If you cannot remember the letters needed, or how to form each letter correctly then use your name card to try again. If you can do it perfectly without your name card then try writing your surname. Remember to upload your work so we can take a look at it.
We worked on the letters' f,j,e,s'
Little Peter Rabbit
This time I have added two new verses from the ideas you uploaded yesterday.
Today's task, if you did not create your own verse yesterday then this is what you need to do today. If you did not upload a picture of Peter Rabbit with the fly upon his nose, paw and on your choice of body, then please finish this today.
Some of you have bravely recorded yourselves singing or saying the the rhyme, if you can do this that would be lovely to share. Some of you have also taken up the challenge to use your phonic knowledge to write your new verse. If you feel like a challenge then please do this.
If you have done all of these, then you can simply enjoy singing the new song.
Maths 4.2.21 Combining 2 groups
For this session you will need either your own set of dominoes, or the dominoes sheet printed off the resource section of the website. See 'Maths resources'.
You are going to match the spots on two dominoes and create a matching domino frame.
You will need your pen and lined paper.
Put away your alphabet chart and any other resources as for this you need to remember the letters you need and how to form them.
Maths 5.2.21 Adding more.
For this task you will need 2 dice so you can count the spots and a simple number track. You can download one from the website, or use the 1-12 on the number lines you have.
If you only have 1 dice, then roll it twice and add the spots together. If you do not have a dice then you can use post it notes with spots 1-6 on. You will need two sets of these so you can take a card from each pile.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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