Monday 8th June 2020
I hope the children have been enjoying our new topic and getting stuck in with the activities! This week, we are going to focus on the story, 'The Rainbow Fish' as part of our 'Under the Sea' topic.
Please see the link below to see Teddy the dog reading the story!
If you would also like to listen to the story and view the pictures, please see the link below.
Literacy: Can you write a few sentences about what happens to the Rainbow Fish? Does he learn to share and how to become a good friend? Can you remember to use full stops and finger spaces and stay on the lines? Please draw a lovely picture of the Rainbow Fish too! You can use lined paper or your blue book.
Extension: Can you write your own book review of The Rainbow Fish? You can use the format attached or use your blue book. You will need to think about the setting, characters and the plot.
Maths: The children will be completing revision work about doubles this week. Please see the 'Drama with the Llamas!' Power Point game attached to complete the questions and then complete the attached worksheet. Please note that you will need a computer to play the game as it will not work on a phone.
The children will also be practicing their number formation this week, we will especially be focusing on forming numbers 10-20. Please ask your child to complete the worksheet attached. Maybe you could also practice writing your numbers in different ways? You could paint or draw giant numbers! Please upload photos to Tapestry.
The children will also be revising 3D shapes this week, please play the song on the link below. How many 3D shapes can you remember?
EAD: The children will be using their knowledge of 3D shapes to create their own model of a fish or a sea creature! Can you make one at home? You could use a box, bottle or any junk modelling. See the images below for inspiration. Please upload photos to Tapestry.
Just for fun: If you would like to colour the Rainbow fish or create a collage then there is a sheet attached.
RE: The children are developing their learning on how to be thankful. Can you keep a diary this week and every day either draw a picture of write down what you are thankful for?