Marvellous Moles Home Learning Monday 30th March 2020

Date: 29th Mar 2020 @ 6:07pm

Monday 30th March 2020

Marvellous Moles Home Learning Tasks:

Morning Marvellous Moles, we hope you have had a lovely weekend and are ready for some more exciting learning with us this week.



In phonics we have been looking at words which have four sounds such as mist, glug, trap and sent. Use these words to play games with your child e.g. what sounds can you hear? Make letter cards and put them in the right order or have a go at writing them in your books. Can you put any of the words into a sentence and record them in your books?


Collective Worship

Our collective worship value for today is LEARN.  Can you start to learn the Lord’s Prayer?

2-The Lord's Prayer Wall Charts/Posters, NIV. Preschool-5th Grade ...

Personal, Social, Emotional Development

Play a game, which involves taking turns. What would happen if we didn’t wait for our turn? Who was the winner today?


Physical Development

Cosmic Kids – Yoga on the Farm, see if you can move into all the different positions.


Communication and Language

Look at this picture of a farm and answer the questions – remember to use lots of words to answer as fully as possible.

Find something that can swim

Where is the cat?

How are the duck and cow different?

Find something which is brown and white.

Where is the dog?

Name a farm animal that is not in the picture.



Watch Topsy and Tim at the Farm.

Make a list of all the animals Topsy and Tim saw at the farm.

Which was your favourite?


Mathematical Development

3D shapes - Go on a shape hunt around your house.  What 3D shapes can you find? e.g. My football is a sphere.



Can you set the table for dinner? Try to eat something new today. What did you try? Did you like it?


 Understanding the World

Can you tell your grown-ups about the chicks we had in school? How many eggs did we have? What was the special name of the machine they were in to keep them warm? What did they look like when they first hatched?

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