Friday 24th April – Day 15
Can you draw a picture of someone special to you. It could be a family member or one of your friends. Tell your parent why this person is special to you and then can write what you have said below your picture. You could also try writing some words or a sentence about what you like about the person you have drawn.
Play a listening game by clicking on the link below. Parents, turn the screen away so that your child cannot see the answer. Hit pause after you have heard the sound so that your child has some time to think about the sound and then guess what it could be. Once your child has guessed, press play again and show the picture to reveal the answer!
This week you have been practicing recognising and ordering numbers 1-20 with the help of our number stories. Have a go at the flower game to test your skills! You can use the template below, or if you don’t have a printer, you can create your own by drawing some circles for the flower petals and then writing numbers on them! See the instructions below:
Flower Game Rules
Each player has a flower, all players have the same numbers on their flower but on different petals so they cannot copy their opponents! The Quiz Master calls out a number, the first player to touch the number gets a point!
- Each day, please practice writing your name or first letter in your name.
- Read a book together with your family.
- Please upload photos and videos to Tapestry of the fantastic learning you are doing at home for us to see!
Parents: The following link on our website shows parents how to pronounce the correct sound for each letter. http://www.heronsgate.greenwich.sch.uk/learning/curriculum/
Thursday 23rd April – Day 14
This term, we read the story of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” which the children really enjoyed. Watch the video below of the story “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.”
The following link will take you to a very catchy song about how the caterpillar grows and develop into a butterfly. Both you and your child might enjoy singing and dancing to the very lively tune.
Can you draw a picture of the caterpillar and some of the food that he ate? Retell the story in your own words to your adult.
Draw a picture about what the hungry caterpillar eats each day. Can you write a word or a sentence to describe what he eats?
Count how many different types of food the hungry caterpillar eats
Wednesday 22nd April – Day 13
What nursery rhymes do you know? Can you teach a family member one of the songs?
Does your song have any actions? Film your song and upload it to Tapestry for us to see
Look at the number characters 11-20 which we have been learning about in school. Tell your adult about each of the number characters and try writing the number in the sky or on the back of your hand.
Make different animal sounds with your voice, with your child! For example
- Dog – woof woof
- Cat – meow
- Cow – mooooooo
- Pig – oink oink
- Sheep – baaaaaa
- Bumble bee – buuuuzzzzzz
- Frog – ribbit ribbit
- Duck – quack quack
- Snake – sssssssss
Use the number characters to help you create your own number flash cards for the numbers 11-20, writing only one number on each card. Can you draw the correct number of circles on each card to match to the numeral? Shuffle your number cards up and then help put them back in order from 11-20. Can you try putting the cards in descending order from 20-11? Maybe you could add them to your other number cards from Monday to order the numbers from 0-20!
Tuesday 21st April – Day 12
Watch the Numberblocks video ‘Ten Green Bottles’ below:
Play a guessing game with your parents about one less than a number. For example, I am thinking of a number that is one less than 5…You then have to guess 4!
Sing lots of action songs with your child. See if you can can add any claps, knee pats or movements to accompany the songs you are singing. Why not try addy some new actions to the songs?
Action songs examples:
- Wind the Bobbin Up
- Wheels on the Bus
- Heads, Shoulders, Knees and Toes
- Here we go round the Mulberry Bush
- I’m a little Teapot
This website has lots of action songs and backing tracks – https://nurseryrhymescollections.com/30-best/action-and-games-songs-for-children.html
Use your phonics pack to practice saying the sound and writing the letters j, v, w. Can you write some words with these sounds? Can you write some sentences with the tricky words the, he, she, and the letters from your phonics book?
Monday 20th April – Day 11
Can you draw a picture of something fun you did during the Easter break? You can tell your adult about your picture and they can write underneath what you have said! You could also try to write a sentence about what you did and share it on Tapestry.
Look at the number characters 1-10 which we have been learning about in school. Tell your adult about each of the number characters and try writing the number in the sky or on the back of your hand.
Make different sounds with your voice, with your child! For example:
- Make your voice go down a slide – wheeeeee!
- Make your voice bounce like a ball – boing boing boing!
- Sound really disappointed – Oh! Oh!
- Hiss like a snake – ssssss!
- Keep everyone quiet – shshshsh!
- Moo like a cow – mmmmmooooooo!
- Look surprised! – ooooooooooo!
- Be a train – chchchchch!
- Buzz like a bumble bee – zzzzzz
- Be a clock – tick tock! Tick tock!
Use the number characters to help you create your own number flash cards for the numbers 0-10, writing only one number on each card. Can you draw the correct number of circles on each card to match to the numeral? Shuffle your number cards up and then help put them back in order from 0-10. Can you try putting the cards in descending order from 10-0?