Good morning! Today is known as wild Wednesday in Carle class. Remember this week we are hoping to hear from all of you, so get emailing us any messages, pictures or work. We have loved seeing the pictures of your story maps and story writing so far this week.
Wednesday is our P.E. day so let’s get up and moving!!
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.
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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
Today we have attached two pictures. You can either print them off or just have them open on your device. We would like you to write a caption or small story about at least one of the pictures. What is in the picture? Do they have a name? What are they doing? Where are they going?
Does your sentence make sense? Have you used your Fred fingers to spell words? Have you got finger spaces between your words? Are your letters well formed?
Maths time!! Let’s start off our maths learning with one more. Did you make your own number line from 0-20? Can use this to work out what is one more than 10? Find 10 on the number line and jump forward 1. One more than 10 is 11. Ask an adult to ask some more questions. Can you answer them without the number line? Keep up with your counting. Use a 100 number square on a phone/tablet/computer. Touch each number as you can so you know what the number looks like when you are saying it.
Today we are going to look at sorting 3D shapes from around the environment. Can you find any 3D objects in your house? An adult can help. Once you have found the shapes can you name them? Below is a PowerPoint activity for you to sort the real life 3D shapes under the correct name. Remember you can use our 3D shape song to help you, do you remember it?
Can you finish off our maths lesson by completing this online 2D shape pattern game? How did you do?
Today we would like you to make you own Easter egg hunt for someone in your house! First you need to hide the eggs, if you don’t have real eggs you can just draw and colour some on paper and cut them out. Then hide your eggs around the house and garden. Finally can you draw a map to show someone in your family how to find the eggs? Make sure you label the map so your family know what you have drawn.
Watch the Easter story on Cbeebies.