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Wednesday 3rd March

It's Wonderful Wednesday!

 

We're halfway through the week so it's time for us to ask you - what have you learnt so far? Tell your grownup three things that you have learnt!

 

Let's have a look at some of the fantastic work that we were sent yesterday:

Remember to show us your learning! Our class email is: carle@greenfield.walsall.sch.uk

 

Get Moving!

 

It's another Joe Wicks PE day! Access his PE lesson at 9am by following this link: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCAxW1XT0iEJo0TYlRfn6rYQ

 

Remember that we have lots of other activity ideas on our PE page if you want to do something different! We thought that we'd start our day today with a workout from one of our favourite characters:

RML:

 

As usual, your three phonics sessions will be available on the Ruth Miskin YouTube channel at 9:30am. Please access these via the following link: https://www.youtube.com/c/RuthMiskinTrainingEdu/featured%C2%A0

 

For your last week of online RML lessons, why not have a look at some of the phonics activities and games on Education City or phonicsplay? Make sure to practise the sounds that you find the trickiest!

Literacy:

 

For our literacy lesson today, we are going to be having a look at some more animals that we might see on Farmer Duck’s Farm. However, today it is down to you. I would like you to become researchers and find out at least three interesting facts about a farm animal of your choosing. Have a look at today’s literacy video to find out more: https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/

 

Now that you’ve watched the video, it’s time for you to go and do your own research. Make sure to draw a picture of the animal that you are writing about before you start your sentences!

 

Your sentences could look like this:

 

 

Or they could be extended, and 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.

 

Don’t forget to clap out your sentences before you start to write them down and 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. ‘egg’ could look like ‘eg’).

 

If you wish to, you can print off the below worksheet to guide your writing:

Maths:

 

For today’s learning we are going to be using numbers to 10. First click on this song to practise singing numbers to 10. Let’s see if you can keep up!

Now click on this link to join in with today’s learning. https://greenfield-primary-school.primarysite.media/

 

Today we want you to compare and sort amounts. First cut out the dice attached or use a dice you have at home. Roll the dice, the number showing goes in the middle. Now sort the dominoes by counting the dots and saying if there are fewer or more dots than the number you rolled. You can cut out the dominoes we’ve attached or you can use dominoes you have at home or make your own.

 

Remember to send us pictures of your amazing work!

PE:

 

It’s PE time! Today we are going to be doing some more farm themed PE activities. Let’s start off by visiting Miss Linky on the farm:

For your last PE activity today, we would like you to pretend to be Farmer Duck. Farmer Duck did a lot of work around the farm, but one of the jobs he seemed to do the most was sweeping. Today, we would like you to have a go at sweeping/brushing somewhere in your house/outside. What is the best way of moving when using the brush? How can you hold the brush to make your sweeping easier? (If you do not have a brush at home, try using a vacuum – you might need a grownup to help you though!)

 

We hope that you enjoyed your PE lesson today Reception – Farmer Duck would be very proud of your hard work!

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