Brilliant Bears' Home Learning Tasks Thursday 23rd April

Date: 23rd Apr 2020 @ 7:46am

Thursday 23rd April 2020

Home Learning Tasks for the Brilliant Bears’

 

Good morning! Thursday today, can you believe it is nearly the end of the first week already? Time has flown by!

 

Morning activities

Today, I have a video that is going to put your balancing into practice!

Can you jump as high as me?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-o2OrJNWdu8

 

Phonics

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!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ffeZXPtTGC4

Alliteration

Today, you will be making silly soup!

You will need a bowl, a mixing spoon and yourselves!

To make the silly soup you must only put ingredients that start with the same sound!

What sound will you choose?

Here is my silly soup, what letter did I choose?

 

 

Mathematics

Today we are going to do even more comparing, but you are going to do it at home!

Ask a grown up for some sweets. Yes, SWEETS!

(Grown ups, please give your child 5-10 sweets)

First, carefully count them all to check how many you have.

Separate them into 2 piles lots of different times.

Each time you separate your pile, count them.

Which pile has more?

Which one has less?

Can you make them equal?

 

 

Topic (Langley Mill Helpers and Heroes)

Helpers of the week:

Doctors, nurses and carers

So, after watching the videos yesterday, which vehicle was your favourite? I don’t think I could choose, they are both so helpful!

Doctors, nurses and carers do not only work in hospitals and special vehicles, they also help in lots of different places.

Do you know any other places that they may work?

Doctors, nurses and carers also work in care homes; this is where they look after people who need extra help. Some people live in a care home, which means the doctors, nurses and carers may have to work through the night.

Some doctors, nurses and carers go to people’s houses, this could be for lots of reason!

For example:

Somebody might need help making their breakfast.

A health professional might need to check somebody’s baby.

To give somebody an injection.

Some doctors and nurses also work in a doctor’s surgery!

This is where people go when they need a check-up or need some advice about something medical, like a cough or earache.