Marvelous Moles Home Learning Wednesday 29th April

Date: 28th Apr 2020 @ 7:38pm

Wednesday 29th April 2020

Good morning!  We hope you enjoyed yesterday’s activities, did you decide which of the three little pigs homes you would rather live in?  

Here are todays learning activities, remember we understand if you don’t get chance to do them all, just choose the ones which suit you best and have some fun taking part in them.

 

Marvellous Moles Home Learning Tasks:

Phonics

Today we are going to practise writing a dictated sentence. For this the teacher slowly reads out a sentence one word at a time as the children have a go at recording it. Have a go at this today at home and record it in your books.

The sentence is:

Dan must stop the frogs.

Don’t forget your capital letter, finger spaces and full stop! You are brilliant at reminding us to do these in class.

 

Collective Worship

Our collective worship value for today is RESPECT.

Can you explain to your grown up what we know about respect and how we show each other respect at school? How do we make sure that we are all good bucket fillers? Noah showed great respect to God by following his instructions and keeping his animals safe. God used a rainbow as a sign to Noah that he was not going to send any more rain, now we use the rainbow as a sign of unity and hope all around the world. Can you draw your own rainbow and think about what you are hoping for?

 

 

PSED - Personal, Social, Emotional Development

Talk to your child about the fact that we are all special. What is special about them and why? Now show them a picture of a superhero and talk about the special powers they have, can they fly, climb walls, make themselves invisible or are they extra strong? I’m sure you can think of lots more!

Design your own super hero, what would your special power be and why?

 

 

PD - Physical Development

Miss Thurston has another fun game for us to try today!

Have a look in your recycling box to see if you can make your very own paper plate hoopla. You could decorate it using some of the patterns we thought about last week and use the super adding we have been working on in maths to work out the score. You could even show your grown-ups how clever you are and make a tally! Remember which number you need to draw across the middle.

 

CL - Communication and Language

We are going to carry on working on our listening skills again today. This time we have a game for you to play online.

Listen to the order the monkey plays his drums, when he has finished see if you can click on the drums in the same order to copy him. It gets more difficult as the game goes along. Let us know what your score is!

http://www.literactive.com/Download/live.asp?swf=story_files/drums_game_US.swf

 

L - Literacy

Today in literacy we would like you to have a go at writing some labels. Draw a picture of your house and write some labels to match the various features such as the roof, windows and door. You could even add your house number and garden! Which of the three little pigs’ houses is most like yours?

Image result for childrens labelled house

 

M - Mathematical Development

Today for your maths activity we would like you to practise your number formation. Have a go at writing numbers 0-10 in your book in the right order, remember to make sure you are starting in the right place and they are all facing the correct way.

Lunchtime

After you’ve eaten lunch and tidied up, go outside to play a game. 

You could play one of the games you made earlier in the week such as balloon tennis or paper plate hoopla or you could make up a game of your own!

 

UW- Understanding the world

Use any construction toys you have at home to build a wall, like the three little pigs did in the story. You could use Lego, wooden blocks, stickle bricks or anything else you have at home. Now investigate which is the strongest! You pretend to be the Big Bad Wolf from the story, which of your walls is the strongest or did you manage to blow them all down?

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