If you haven't already, please take the time to look at this week's assembly by clicking here.
First let’s refresh our memory of this week’s story:
Yesterday you made your fantastic "S" plans, which means that today we are going to write the beginning of our story. We are going to write up to the part where the duck has put the hens into their house (at least two sentences). Have a look at today’s literacy video to find out how I am going to start off my writing: https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/playlist/reception-week-beginning-22nd-february-2021
Remember to think about what your sentence is going to be before you start to write it down. Can you clap it out?
Your sentence could look like this:
Or you could extend it, and make it look like this:
Have a look at my second sentence. Can you see that I have used a capital letter at the start of my sentence, finger spaces between my words, and a full stop at the end? I have also made sure to write on the line.
Remember – please don’t worry about spellings! We love to see that you have listened to the sounds that you can hear in each word (e.g. duck could look like duk or duc).
If you wish to, you can print off the below worksheet to guide your writing:
For today’s learning we are going to practise counting amounts of 9 and 10. Click on this link to join in with today’s learning. https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/playlist/reception-week-beginning-22nd-february-2021
For today’s activity we want you to count amounts carefully and sort them in to amounts that show 9 or amounts that show 10. Click on the worksheet below to begin.
It’s PE time! This afternoon we are going to be doing some farm themed PE activities. To start off, I would like you to try and think of some movements to represent some of the animals and events in ‘Farmer Duck’. If you can’t remember everything that happened, you can use your literacy story map to help you.
Once you’ve thought of your actions, ask your grownup to call out some of the animals/events. How quickly can you do your actions? For an extra challenge why not use your actions to play a game of Simon Says (e.g. “Simon says sweep the barn”).
To finish off today let’s join Jamie on the farm for some animal themed yoga:
We hope you’ve enjoyed your PE lesson today Reception! Don't forget to send us your learning from today, and we'll see you tomorrow!