Marvellous Moles' Home Learning Tasks Tuesday 24th March 2020

Date: 24th Mar 2020 @ 9:27am


Tuesday 24th March 2020 

Marvellous Moles Home Learning Tasks:


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.

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Collective Worship

Our collective worship value for today is SERVE. Talk to the children about what this means. Talk about ways in which we can all help each other.

PSED - Personal, Social, Emotional Development

As you are working through the activities today encourage your child to recognise the ways in which you are helping them, and ways that they are helpful to you and others in the family.

PD - Physical Development

Join in with the daily PE lesson with Joe Wicks as yesterday. Also, when you are eating meals and snacks today talk about making healthy food choices and why we need to do this.

CL - Communication and Language

During your activities today encourage your child to think about taking turns in conversations. When it is not their turn to talk are they carefully listening to what the other person is saying?

L - Literacy

Choose a story to read together. Talk about the characters in the story and the roles they played. Are they good or bad? E.g. the fox in the Gingerbread Man is bad as he tries to trick him.

L - Mathematical Development

Shapes - Play a game where you think of a shape and give your child clues to guess what it is e.g. I have four sides. I have four corners etc. what could I be?


Before you eat today reinforce the work we have started in school about the importance of washing our hands, especially before we eat. Let the children tell you what we have learnt in school!

EAD - Expressive Arts and Design

Sing a farm related song with your child e.g. old Macdonald. Can your child put on a little show for the rest of the family?

The BBC Nursery Rhymes website has lots of lovely animated song for you to sing and enjoy together.

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