Good Morning Carle class, it is Fabulous Friday! How has your first week been at home? We are all well at school but missing the sun today. This morning for breakfast I had some Cornflakes, what have you had nice today? Please remember to all send us an email, even if you don't attach any work we would really love to hear from all the children.
Remember Joe Wicks P.E. sessions are streamed live on YouTube daily. You could also try some of the Zumba dances or Yoga activities on the website Go Noodle. It is free to join up and they have hundreds of dance activities for you to do? Which one is your favourite?
Remember to practise your sounds daily. RWI will be holding daily virtual lessons for children to practise their sounds:
Set 1 sounds at 9:30am or 12:30pm
Set 2 sounds at 10:00am or 1:00pm
Can you help make lunch? Can you cut your bread/toast into shapes? What shapes can you see? Can you make a sandwich, use a knife with an adults help and spread the butter. Can you make a pizza at home using bread or a wrap? Lay the table and match the cutlery to plates. Can you make a place mat for each person at the table?
We would like you to write a menu or a recipe about the lunch you are going to have today.What ingredients did you use? Can you tell me step by step how you made it?Don't miss anything out as we would really like to see your writing so that we can try follow the recipe at home. Can you use the language first,next, after, finally? Remember to have a look at the checklist too.
-Check your work
Have you remembered to do all of those things? Ask an adult to check your work too. Getting children to help with shopping lists or any type of list is a fantastic way of helping the children to write, children love the fact that they
are helping you and writing with a purpose inspires them to work harder.
Lets start maths this morning by using positional language(Under, on top, next to, behind, infront). Can you find a teddy or a toy? Well done- ask your adult or sibling to put the object somwhere. Maybe on a chair or under the table. Can you tell the adult where it is? Swap roles- can you put the object somwhere and the adult has to say where it is, remember to use the words above.
Our learning for today is missing numbers. I have numbers 1 and 3, which number is missing in between 1 and 3? Can you fill in the missing numbers on the Easter page below. When you have finished, can you make up a missing number game for us? Send it to us and we will use our maths skills to answer it and you can check our answers.
Finished our learning? Why not spot the monkey in the 'Where is the monkey?' song.
Listen to the story 'Hairy Maclary' on The Book Trust
Can you tell the story back to an adult or a brother/sister? Who are the characters in the story? Can you read some sounds/words in the story?
Have a lovely day Carle Class :)