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Thursday 14th January 2021

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

Today we are going to do the last part of our story map. The final video for you to watch is belowWhen your child has finished they can try to write labels for the characters on their story map or they can colour the pictures in if they choose. Please send me pictures of the finished version on Tapestry or by email.

Story Map part 3

Still image for this video

Phonics: 'z'

Today the video link will be for the sound 'z'. We remember how to write this sound by saying 'zig, zag, zig'. After you have watched the video and had a go at writing the sound on the practise sheet, I would like you have a look at the picture below and see if you can spot any of the 'z' sounds.

(Image from Twinkl)

Maths: Number 10

Today there is a starter video for you to watch on Tapestry (F2 Maths 14.01.21). After you have watched it I'd like you have a go at the following activity - 10 fingers and 10 toes!


⭐Draw around your hands on a piece of paper and number your fingers 1-10.

⭐Draw around somebody in your family's hands and number their fingers 1-10. What is different between your hands and their hands? Who has the biggest hands?

⭐Ask a grown up to draw around your feet on a piece of paper. Can you number your toes? Which is your longest toe?

⭐Draw around a family member's feet and number their toes. Do they have 10 like you? Which is their biggest toe?

Creative / Topic / Physical: Thinking Thursday


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)


Mrs Hopewell found these gorgeous frozen sun catchers for us to have a go at making. Simply find some interesting items from your garden or when on a walk, pop them in a bowl and cover with a thin layer of water. Leave outside until it freezes and then (hopefully!) the frozen disc will tip straight out of the bowl. According to the news we are going to get some very cold weather over the next few days so you might not have to wait too long for it to freeze!