Brilliant Bears' Home Learning Tasks Tuesday 28th April 2020

Date: 28th Apr 2020 @ 8:36am

Tuesday 28th April 2020

Home Learning Tasks for the Brilliant Bears


The weather forcast said that there will be less sunshine today but we can still have fun! How about a board game or a family movie day?


Morning activities

Are you ready to shake your sillies out?


Y1 Phonics Workshop | St. Gregory's Catholic Primary School


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.  Choose a letter from the song and find an item your house that begins with that letter.


Today we will be thinking about the letter ‘n’. We are going to make a silly sentence! The only rule of our silly sentence is that it must have alliteration in! The first thing you must do is think of at least two words that start with the letter ‘n’!

My letter was ‘i’

My three words were incy, insect and igloo.

Here is my silly sentence:

Incy the insect lives in an igloo.

What a silly sentence! What is your silly sentence for ‘n’?


Counting numbers with little kids | Free Vector


 Today, sing the Nursery rhyme, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 once I caught a fish alive to a grown up.

Mathematics today is going to be the same as yesterday but a little bit trickier!

A ladybird must have the same amount of spots on each side of her wings, can you help and make them equal on both sides. This time the spots won't all be on one wing to start with.

For example, there might be 2 spots on one side and 1 on the other, how could you make them the same on both sides? Grown-ups could draw the ladybirds again for the children please.

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Topic: Langley Mill Helpers and Heroes

Helpers of the week:

The Police

Did you think of many other ways the police help us in our community?

 Today, we are going to look at how we identify a police officer. We know that a police officer is a police officer by what they wear. Can you think of what a police officer might wear? There are two uniforms that you might see police officers wearing around Langley Mill.

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Police officers sometimes wear high visibility jackets so that the people in community can see them.


Sometimes, police officers do not want to be seen, the dark blue uniform helps police officers camouflage into the night.

Why might police officers not want to be seen?

What other pieces of uniform do police officers wear?

Can you match the labels to the correct part of the police officer?