Good morning Holly and Hazel class.
I hope you all had a lovely weekend and got out in the snow. Did it inspire you to make your winter scene masterpiece inspired by Claude Monet as part of our art challenge?
In maths, this week we will extend our learning from shape patterns and look at patterns all around us.
We will continue to look at the season of Winter and take part in RSPB National Bird Count this weekend. We will track the birds in your garden and your family can join in too. We will look at live streams of birds and enjoy activities linking to wildlife.
As part of our ongoing People Who Help Us topic, we will be introducing Hospitals and the people who help us and work in hospitals.
We will continue to follow the school timetable including activities in Maths, English, Creative and Physical for you to complete. Plus some optional fun additional activities.
(A)Physical Education - 0900
Today can you take part in P.E with Joe Wicks, he will be live from 9.00 am every day on YouTube. Alternatively, you can try our school P.E. Challenges on the P.E. icon on the daily stars page. We will do some form of exercise each day as it is important to get 30 minutes of exercise.
RWI - Phonics - Link below
(N2)Watch and learn the sound 't' lesson. Please write the letter 't' three times in cursive as modeled on the whiteboard in the lesson. Can you re-cap on writing sounds learnt so far, 'm, a, s', d'.
(A) Afterwards, watch Geraldine the giraffe learning the 's' sound to reinforce their learning of the sound 't'. I hope you have fun looking for objects around the house beginning with 't.
Maths - Links below
(A) Please watch the recorded lesson on Patterns All Around Us.
(A) Building Block Challenge worksheet - Complete from the screen to save on printing and have a go at making your own2, 3, or 4 coloured patterns.
(A) Watch the Numberblocks in Pattern Palace solve the patterns, see if you can solve them too.
(A) Watch the PowerPoint Introducing Hospitals and all the people who work in them.
Please note from now activities with (N2) in front of them are for the children going to Reception. These activities will extend their previous learning and are adapted for their age and stage of development. (N1) activities will be for the new children who will be staying in Nursery for another year. If there is an (A) against the activity this will be for all children to learn and enjoy.
Please send pictures of the work you have completed via the Dojo portfolio and I can award Dojos for this. Please message me if you have any questions.
I hope you have a lovely Monday