Brilliant Bears' Home Learning Tasks Monday 27th April 2020

Date: 26th Apr 2020 @ 4:38pm



Monday 27th April 2020

Home Learning Tasks for the Brilliant Bears


Happy Monday Brilliant Bears. I hope you had a great weekend! I am glad that the sun was shining. Did you play outside in the sun?




Morning activities


This morning we are going to do Wake up, Shake up as we haven’t done it for a while and I know you like it!




In the Brilliant Bears, we love singing songs about letters and sounds.  This is a song you all know really well so sing along and help your grown-up to join in too.  We listen to this song every day to help remember our letters! Repetition is key!


Listen for the rhyming words!

Our book this week is called ‘Cops and Robbers’.

For phonics we are going to listen really carefully to the story of Cops and Robbers and see if we can hear any rhyming words.


In case you have forgotten what rhyming words are they are words that sound the same at the end, just like cat and rat.


Here is the link to the story:







I have left the same number song as last week, as it was very quick.

Practice makes perfect!


For mathematics today we are going to be matching both sides of the ladybird!

A ladybird must have the same amount of spots on each side of her wings, can you help and make them equal both side?

For example, if there are 3 spots on one side, there must be 3 on the other!

Grown-ups can you please copy the ladybirds below onto a piece of paper. Children can you put the correct amount of spots on the other side to make them equal.


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Topic (Langley Mill Helpers and Hero’s)


Helpers of the week:

The Police


This week we are going to talk about another Langley Mill hero.


The police

There are lots of different ways the police can help us!


With your grown-up discuss who you think the police are and then talk about what you think the police force do to help us in our community.  Have you ever seen a policeman or lady?

Have the police ever helped you or your family?


Here are a few ways the police might help us:

  • They could give us directions if we are lost.
  • Help an elderly person if needed.
  • Make sure our town is safe.





Don’t forget to trace over your name daily.


Today we are mark making in rice!

Grown-ups, can you pour a small amount of rice onto a flat service, tray or a plate.

Using Peter Pointer (your index finger), can you write your name in the rice?

What other letters can you write?