Over the next few weeks, we are learning about keeping healthy and reading the story, Oliver's Fruit Salad.
You can listen to the story here:
There are lots of activities for you to have a go at, the ones that can be done on a printable sheet are provided and marked below (S):
- Can you draw a picture of your favourite part in the story and write about it? (S)
- Cut out the characters from the story and make some puppets? Can you retell the story to someone else, using your puppets? (S)
- Have a go at making a fruit themed picture. You could maybe make a collage, paint, or print using cut up vegetables.
- Can you have a go at some addition and counting how many fruits altogether? (S)
- Keep healthy by being active, can you have a go at the Maths Challenge? (S)
- Keep on moving! have a little boogie to- Fruit Salad Song- The Wiggles
- Don’t forget, we can count ANYTHING! So make sure that you practise counting reliably and have a go at writing the numerals 1-20, too.
- Can you go on a Letter Scavenger Hunt outside and find lots of different things beginning with letters m, n, o and p?
- Practise forming your letters (S)
• The exciting phonics lessons that you can watch on YouTube each morning Monday-Friday are continuing this week. I know you’ll join in and show your grown-ups and brothers and sisters just how clever you are!
You could also try Dough Disco- the link for the Youtube page is on the home learning page under useful websites. If you don't have any playdough, have ago at making some following the simple recipe! (on the Home Learning page)
Keep safe, keep smiling and enjoy your learning!
Lots of love
Mrs Lodge, Mrs Perry, Mrs Green, Mrs Hill and Mrs Mercer xxx
|Half Lined - Portrait.pdf||[pdf 392KB]|
|Maths challenge.pdf||[pdf 753KB]|
|Letter Formation.pdf||[pdf 284KB]|