⭐Daily Routine/Wake and Shake video on Tapestry every day to get you ready for a busy day of learning at home!⭐
Literacy: The Three Little Pigs
For our final Three Little Pigs activity, today I would like you to use your story maps to retell the story of The Three Little Pigs. Remember to start with the first picture that you put on your story map and work your way round to the end picture. Please record your child if you can and upload the videos to Tapestry. I cant wait to watch them! 🐷🐷🐷🐺
Our final single sound is 'x'. A sound all children (and grown ups) find tricky! You will receive the link for todays video by text and then there is the practise sheet below. After you have done this please choose 4 sounds that we have looked at over the past couple of weeks and see if your child can remember how to write them in their Home Learning/Home Fun books. Here is a copy of the formation phrases we use in our Read Write Inc
Maths: Number 10
Today I would like you to watch the second Numberblocks 10 video and then have a go at the sheet below. I have been amazed at all the fantastic maths happening at home, you're all doing a brilliant job! 🌟⭐🌟 After that, can you find any objects that Numberblock 10 would want for his collection? Remember, he only wants things that involve the number 10 - a lorry with 10 wheels, a watch with the number 10 on it, a tower of 10 Duplo blocks....what can you find?
Creative / Topic / Physical: Fancy Friday: Henri Matisse
Music Mondays (all about singing, music and instruments)
Technology Tuesdays (activities on apps, Busy Things, activities using a pc or tablet)
Wellbeing Wednesdays (yoga, mindfulness, PE and relaxation)
Thinking Thursdays (Science, investigations, exploring the world and nature)
Fancy Fridays (art, making and creating)
Henri Matisse: The Snail
Henri created this picture by cutting paper.
When he was older and could no longer paint, he created art like this instead.
How does this picture make you feel? Do you like it?
What shapes can you see in this picture?
How are the shapes the same?
How are they different?
Henri was inspired by nature. He created 'The Snail' by using the natural beauty of the snail’s shell.
Now look at snail shell outline. Follow the snail shell outline with your finger, by starting in the middle. Do you see how the circles get bigger and bigger? This is called a spiral.
Let’s create our own snail artwork! Using the outline of the snail’s shell you can cut or rip up various pieces of colored paper. If you don’t have colored paper, that’s ok! You can color white paper and use that.
Now you are ready to glue the shapes on to the snail shell!