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Good morning everyone!
Friday 15th May
I hope you're all well.
Let's start with this short exercise today. Try to join in with the rhyme too.
Do you remember what happened in the last part of the story of Thumbelina?
Watch the story again to remind yourself.
Ask someone to help you read the text below and try to answer questions about the story.
Look at this picture from the story.
Write today's date in your book: Friday 15th May
Try to use some of the words you have learnt from this story to say/sign a sentence about this picture and then write this down in your book.
The bird took Thumbelina away.
Warm up with this counting video today.
Remember you have been looking at long and short things.
Today I want you to try and find out how long things are using paper clips.
Here's a video to show you.
Please take photos of you measuring things in your house with the paper clips.
Please ask your mum or dad to send them to me.
That's it for this week!
Have a lovely weekend!
Thursday 14th May
How are you all today? I hope you're well.
Start with this rhyme today - join in with the song and the actions.
I hope you enjoyed the signed story by Mrs Waring yesterday.
Now here's the 4th and final part of the story.
Some of you will be able to listen to the story and some will need an adult to help
them to read this.
I hope you enjoyed the story.
Who did Thumbelina see in the flower?
That's right, she saw a fairy.
Write today's date: Thursday 14th May
Now draw a picture of the fairy.
Use these words to help you say / sign and write sentences about the fairy.
Here is an example:
The fairy was a man.
The fairy was little.
The fairy had wings.
The fairy had green boots.
Watch this video and join in with the counting.
Write today's date in your maths book: 14.5.20
Write numbers 1 to 50 correctly and in the right order.
Here's a number chart to check if you've written them correctly.
That's all for today!
Hope you have a good day!
Wednesday 13th May
I hope you're fit and well.
Let's start with this alphabet song today.
Can you remember what has happened so far in the story of Thumbelina?
Here's Mrs Waring to remind you of the story.
Now you have a go at signing the story to your family.
Pretend to be Thumbelina and role play the story with your family.
Write today's date in your book: Wednesday 13th May
Draw this picture of the mole and Thumbelina in the tunnel in your book.
Now look at the words below to help you write labels of the things in the picture.
Click on the video and count down from 100.
Look at the pictures below.
Count how many blocks each object is.
Draw the objects and the correct number of blocks in your maths book.
The pencil is 6 blocks.
That's all for today!
Remember to ask your parents to send me photos of your work.
Enjoy the rest of the day!
Tuesday 12th May
I hope you're well.
Click on the videos for PE today.
Remember to drink some water!
Choose a reading book from your school pack.
Read the story out loud to someone in your family.
Draw a picture from your reading book and try to write some words linked to the picture.
Use the play dough you made yesterday to do the following hand exercise.
See the spelling sheet below and practise spelling the words in your writing book.
Do you remember how to count back in 1s from 20?
Here's a reminder - click on the video and join in with counting back.
I hope you did well with your test yesterday.
See below for the answers.
How did you do?
Please ask your mum or dad to send me an email or text to let me know how you did.
Play a game with your family for example:
snakes and ladders
That's all for today!
I hope you have a good day!
Monday 11th May
I hope you've all had a lovely weekend!
Let’s start with this superhero exercise today.
What day is it today?
Look at the picture. Choose the correct letter sound and drag the letter to make the word.
Now write today's date in your book: Monday 11th May
Write the 'an' words in your book and draw a picture to match them.
Here's a reminder of the words.
Do you remember making play dough? You will need some play dough for tomorrow.
If you did make some play dough, it's probably not as soft now so here’s the video again to show you how to make play dough.
Now have a go at drawing and writing these words from the story Thumbelina.
Click on this video and join in with the counting.
Here's your arithmetic test.
Write the answers in your book.