Marvellous Moles - Home Learning Tasks Thursday 26th March 2020

Date: 26th Mar 2020 @ 9:07am

Thursday 26th March 2020

 

Marvellous Moles Home Learning Tasks:

Phonics  

Play the ‘pick a picture’ game on the Phonics Play website. Encourage your child to say the sounds and read the word to match each picture.

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/

This website is currently free to parents.

 

Collective Worship

Our collective worship value for today is RESPECT. Talk to the children about what this means.  What things can you think of that we do every day to show respect?  e.g. Saying “Good morning!”

PSED

Personal, Social, Emotional Development 

As you are working through the activities today encourage your child to recognise ways in which you show each other respect.  e.g. Listening well to the ideas of others, using manners etc.

PD

Physical Development  

Join in with the daily PE lesson with Joe Wicks. When you are doing the exercises talk about what happens to your body. e.g. Heart beats faster etc

 

CL

Communication and Language

        During your activities today encourage your child to listen and do at the same time. e.g. Can they follow your instructions?

 

L

Literacy

        Choose a story to read together. Choose your favourite part of the story, explain why you like that part. Then draw a picture of it in your workbook.  Write some words or a sentence to go with your picture.

 

M

Mathematical Development  Shapes –

Draw a repeating shape pattern in your workbook.  Can you see any patterns in your house?

Lunchtime

Before you eat today reinforce the importance of washing hands, particularly before eating.  Remind the children about waiting until everyone is finished before leaving the table, as a way of showing respect.

 

UW

Understanding the World  

Look at some images of farm animals (in a book or online) How are the animals the same? How are they different?  Draw some pictures of the animals – can you sort them into sets?  e.g. How many legs? Feathers or fur?

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