Brilliant Bears' Home Learning Tasks Monday 18th May 2020
Date: 18th May 2020 @ 10:37am
Monday 18th May 2020
Home Learning Tasks for the Brilliant Bears
Good Morning Brilliant Bears. I hope you had a lovely weekend. It is the 6th week of the term, can you believe it?
Time flies when you’re having fun!
Today we are going to do Chuchuwa!
Phonics and Writing
Today we are talking about dentists, I thought we could make our name out of teeth.
First you will have to draw enough teeth for the letters in your name. This means you will have to count how many letters are in your name.
Once you have done this, write a letter on each tooth, cut them up and order them correctly. Just like the picture below.
Grown-ups, your brilliant bear might need help with this and that is ok. If you could write the letters in yellow for them to trace and as you write it, tell them each letter. This will help them to remember the different sounds in their name. This is also excellent cutting practise but those with long names might want extra help.
If your child finds this easy, try writing simple words such as sit, sat, pit using SATPIM. When you are writing them, say each letter slowly, and wait for your child to hear the word.
Topic: Langley Mill Helpers and Heroes
Helpers of the day:
What are dentists and what do they do?
With a grown-up discuss what you think a dentist is. Have you ever been to the dentist? If so, what did they do?
I have attached a video of Billy Blue, he will tell you why it is important to go to the dentist!
You must brush your teeth twice a day for 2 minutes!
See if you can set a timer for 2 minutes when you brush your teeth tonight before bed.
I have added the nursery rhyme ‘brush your teeth’ for you to listen to. We have listened to this at Nursery before. Can you remember it?
For maths today we are going to be adding two numbers together. This is very tricky; do you think you can do it?
Here is a little song to get our brains started before we play a game.
Adults to get us started could you please draw a big mouth with circles where the teeth should be, just like this: