Home Learning Week beginning 13/7/20
Hello Reception for the last time this year. This is your final week of home learning. We look forward to seeing you back in September in YEAR 1! How exciting! Enjoy your holidays. Have fun but do try to do some reading and counting!
The answers to last week's Summer Spot the Difference were - the colour of the girl's swimming costume, the colour of the man's apron, one less cloud in the sky, one less sunflower, the colour of the flowers on the bush, the colour of the drink on the table, the ladybird on the wall has disappeared and there are flowers on the grass in front of the paddling pool. Well done if you got them all!
Read using Myon - Log in to https://www.myon.co.uk/login/index.html
Myon will still be available during the Summer holidays.
After you have logged in, click on the 'Library' section. Then click 'Browse' at the top. Click on 'Genres'. Then click the 'Picture books' section. There are lots of lovely stories for you to read with an adult or click play and listen to the story.
Reading: This week we are looking again at 'Max's Jungle Adventures.'
Read it here - https://www.talk4writing.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/R-Maxs-Jungle.pdf
or you can listen to it here - https://soundcloud.com/talkforwriting/maxs-jungle/s-7mdf7356etd
Monday - Read/listen to the story again. p11 Take an alphabet walk. Go for a walk and try and find something that begins with every letter of the alphabet. Think about the sound the letters make.
Tuesday - Listen/read the story again. p13 and 14. Animal noises. Can you name the animals in the pictures. Now try reading the words on p13. Match the sounds to the right animal. Which sound did Max hear first? Second? Third? Now look at p14. Can you match the animal sounds to the animal?
Wednesday - Look at p15. Say the rhyme with an adult. Take the rhyming challenge - can you say words that rhyme with the animals at the bottom of the page.
Thursday - p17 and 18. Look at the animals on p17. Can you say where they live? On p18, read the animal names. Use your sounds to help you. Draw your favourite animal and say why you like it.
Friday - Read the tiger fact file on p21. Now choose your own favourite animal and make a fact file about it. Use the template on p22 to help you organise it.
Summer holidays - If you get up to any adventures on your summer holiday, write a postcard (like the one on p23) to someone you know.
Counting - Watch this Numberblocks episode and count forwards to 20 and back again along with them.
R.E. - Take a look at this interactive activity.
Click anywhere on God's wonderful world. It will take you to a new screen where you can create your own world that God will be pleased with. Click on any of the pictures at the bottom and drag them into the picture. When you have finished, click next, type your name and why you love God's world. If you are on a computer, you can click and save a copy.
P.E.- Try a '5 Alive' kids workout with Joe Wicks.
Phonics - We have completed all the Phase 2 and Phase 3 Phonic sounds so this week will be a revision and consolidation week. Watch the YouTube video to help you practise. Use your letterjoin login to practise writing your letters.
Monday - Practise reading these tricky words. Which words rhyme? (he, she, we, me, be)
Phonics - Tuesday
Practise rhyming words. Watch Mr Thorne's YouTube video with rhyming words in it. Can you think of any more? Can you write them down?
Phonics - Wednesday
Enjoy the story 'Shark in the Park' (see YouTube link). There are lots of rhyming words in the book. Can you find them all.
Phonics - Thursday
Look at the pictures below. Can you match the rhyming pairs?
Phonics - Friday
Find objects that begin with the same sound. Use the pictures below to play.
Monday -This week the number of the week is:
What can you say about 15? e.g It is 1 more than 14. It is 1 less than 16. Do you know anyone with a door number that is 15? Can you count 15 objects? What different groups can you make using 15 things? e.g 14 and 1, 13 and 2, 12 and 3, 11 and 4 etc Can you read the word fifteen? If you go out on a walk, can you find 15 anywhere?
Watch this number rap about 15. https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/watch/presenters-number-rap-15
Tuesday- Subtraction as take away
Use the bus template below or draw your own on paper. Find 10 objects that could represent people. If you have Lego people, perfect! Otherwise you can use buttons or anything else that will work as counters. Keep these safe as you will need them again tomorrow.
Place 10 objects onto the windows of the bus.
Use the sentences - First there were 10 people on the bus. Then 4 people got off. Now there are 6 people on the bus.
Keep practising - Try starting with different numbers such as 9 or 7 and use different numbers of people getting off the bus.
Wednesday - Subtraction as partitioning
You need the bus and objects that you had yesterday. You also need some paper to draw part-part-whole model diagrams on to show what you are doing like you did last week. See the one below for ideas.
Start with the story - First there were 9 people on the bus. (Write 9 in the whole circle at the top). Then 4 people got off the bus. (Draw 4 objects in the first part circle). Now there are ....... (How many objects will you draw in the final part circle to show how many people are still on the bus? 5)
Repeat with different starting numbers and different parts being taken away. Draw the part-part-whole model to match your story.
Thursday - Subtraction as take away
Play Four in A Row. See the instructions and game board below.
Roll 2 dice. If you haven't got dice use this interactive dice. https://nrich.maths.org/6717 Click on the purple cog to change to dots instead of numbers. Take the smaller number away from the larger number. Use objects if you want to help you. Cover the answer with a counter.
The first person to cover four numbers in a row is the winner.
Friday - Subtraction as difference
Watch this Numberblocks episode about difference in Maths.
Roll a dice and build a tower using that number of blocks. Roll the dice again. Build another tower of blocks using that number of blocks. Put the two towers next to each other. What's the difference between the two towers? Practise saying The difference between 4 and 6 is 2.
Challenge: Now that you are coming to the end of Reception class and moving to Year 1 in September, talk to your grown up about what you enjoyed doing in Reception this year. It is sad that many of you didn't get to finish your year at school but there were many things that you did while you were at school. What do you remember about your time in Reception? What did you enjoy? What was your favourite activity? What can you do now that you couldn't do in Nursery? Was there anything you didn't like?
Looking forward to Year 1 - What are you looking forward to? What are you worried about? What will be the same as Reception? What will be different?
In order to help your child get ready for Year 1, there are many things you can help them to do over the Summer holidays.
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