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Monday 18th January 2021

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Literacy: The Gingerbread Man

For our next traditional tale we are going to look at the story of The Gingerbread Man. there are lots of different versions of this story but the one I've chosen has these main characters: old man, old lady, the gingerbread man, cow, horse, chicken and fox.


Please watch the video below and then talk about the characters. After that I would like you to choose two characters that we met in the story and draw them in your Home Learning book. Can you try to write the first sound you hear in your character's name? 

The Gingerbread Man - Animated Fairy Tales for Children


Phonics: 'sh'

Today is the first of our digraphs (two letters that together make one sound.) We call these 'special friends'. The video you receive will be for this sound and then I'd like you to have a practise at writing the sound on the sheet below.


Maths: Zero

This week we will start to look at the number 0 and towards the end of the week we will move on to investigating weight. I would like you to have a look at this White Rose Maths video and then see if you can complete the activity below in your Home Learning book. You might want to send me pictures of 0 on Tapestry as well!


The lesson you need to choose is Session 2 - How many? Representing zero.


Creative / Topic / Physical: Music Monday


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)


The Woodland (Part Two)

Last week we started our musical journey exploring the woodlands and looking at the little birch tree. In today's session we will be going deeper into the woods and meeting a man in a cottage who loves to rescue animals. We will use more paw prints to develop our rhythm reading skills and make up some actions to a folk song.