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Monday 25th January

It's Marvellous Monday!

 

Good Morning Reception, we hope you're looking forward to starting your learning this week. Make sure that you've turned your learning brain on so that you're ready to go!

 

Let's start this week off by having a look at some of the wonderful work that we received on Friday:

Remember, we love to see your work! Please drop us an email at: carle@greenfield.walsall.sch.uk

Get Moving!

 

Joe Wicks’ will be leading a brand new PE lesson today, access it by following this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ . We think that you must be getting super good at these by now!

 

Remember, we've got lots of other fun PE ideas on our PE webpage if you would like to try something different.

RML:

 

Don't forget to access your phonics learning today! All of the Set 1 videos for today will be available from 9:30 at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/c/RuthMiskinTrainingEdu/featured%C2%A0 - please let us know how you are getting on with these via our class email.

Literacy:

 

This week we are going to continue to read Jasper’s Beanstalk, do you remember the story? If not, have a watch of the video below:

Jasper's Beanstalk

Today we are going to write labels. The pictures on the worksheet are from the story, do you remember them? I’ve attached a link of myself writing the labels, you can have a look at the video here:https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/

 

I want you try and write the labels independently. I’ve attached the sound card below for you to use. If you can’t print the worksheet off, don’t worry, you can look at the pictures and write the labels on a piece of paper. I am looking forward to seeing your fantastic writing!

Maths:

 

For our first maths lesson of the week, I would like you to have a think back to the numbers that we learnt last week. What were they? Can you tell your grownup?

 

They were 6, 7 and 8!

 

Today, we are going to have a go at matching 6,7 and 8. Have a watch of today's maths video to find out more: https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/

 

Now, it’s your turn! We would like you to print out, or copy on to paper, your own version of the following table:

We would then like you to have a hunt around your house for 6s, 7s and 8s. Take some post-it notes or a camera with you and capture some images/drawings of the groups that you find (they could be numerals or groups of objects - e.g. a box of 6 eggs, six shoes, a number 6 fridge magnet etc). Once you’ve created your images, we would like you to stick them into the correct column of your table. Have fun number hunting!

 

To adapt today’s activity, focus on the numbers 1,2 and 3 or 2,3 and 4. Make sure to focus on subitising (recognising without counting) these numbers, as well as careful counting.

 

Extra challenge:

For your extra challenge today, can you say which numbers are one more/one less of six, seven and eight?

Understanding the World:

 

For our Understanding the World learning, we are going to have a look at a very special event that is happening in Scotland today! It is called ‘Burns Night’. Have a look at the resources below to find out some more about it:

 

CBeebies Radio - Burns Night: https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/radio/my-cbeebies-special-day-burns-night

Now you’ve had a look at the resources, have a think about the following questions:

  • Why is Burns night important to Scottish people?
  • Can you name some of the ways that Scottish people celebrate Burns night?

 

For the first part of your activity today, we would like you to make a Scottish flag. You can use any materials that you would like to, but we’ve attached a template below if you would prefer to colour one in.

To finish off our learning today, we would like you to have a go at some Scottish dancing. We have attached a video below of the Highland Fling – can you watch the video, and then see if you can copy any of the moves? The music you can hear is played on Bagpipes, a traditional Scottish instrument.

Highland Fling

If you would like to find out some more about Scottish food, have a watch of this episode of My World Kitchen: https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b09s6y58/my-world-kitchen-series-1-3-connors-scottish-vegetarian-haggis

 

We would love to see some photos and videos of your celebrations! Please send them to our class email: carle@greenfield.walsall.sch.uk

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