Brilliant Bears' Home Learning Tasks Monday 13th July 2020

Date: 8th Jul 2020 @ 7:07pm

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Monday 13th July 2020

Home Learning Tasks for the Brilliant Bears

 

Happy Monday Brilliant Bears, this is our last week of term. For some of you, it may be your last week being a Nursery pupil.

 

However, it is everybody’s last week of being a Brilliant Bear! Can you remember what you are going to be next year?

 

Topic: Summer reading challenge

This week we will be looking at the Summer Reading Challenge. There are lots of different books, activties and games for you to look at.

Today, I would like you to sign up and have a look around the website and see what the challenge is all about. See if there are any books that take your fancy or any games you might like to try!

https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

As this week we are concentrating on the reading challenge, can you send me a picture of you reading your favourite story?

 

 

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Mathematics

Last week we had a really good try at making repeating patterns. The children in Nursery really enjoyed this activity.

 Find as many spoons and forks as you can and make a repeated pattern with them.

I have put my own repeating pattern below to help you.

What might come next in the repeating pattern?

 

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Phonics

Nursery-Reception children

Grown-ups, I have attached a link for the phonics scheme that your child will be following in reception. The link will give you an insight of how phonics is taught in school. It will also give you some hints and tips on how you can help your child. 

At this point your child only needs to focus on unit 1. 

https://www.sounds-write.co.uk/sites/soundswrite/uploads/files/47-sounds_write_leaflet_for_yr_parents.pdf

 

Activity:

Write out a sets of rhyming words suitable for your child on little bits of paper. Pop them into a bucket and put the bucket at the finishing line. The aim is to run, skip or hop to collect a rhyming word, one at a time, from the bucket. Bring the words back to the start to read and rhyme. Grown-ups can help if needed.

If your child is segmenting and blending, please use simple decodable words such as 'sat' and 'cat', 'sit' and 'pit'.

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