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Please find below home learning resources:

 

Monday 8th June  

Life skills – sequence how to make a cheese sandwich. Then write instructions to explain how to make a cheese sandwich.

 

Maths – number bonds to 5 adding activity worksheet (Monday maths).

 

Reading – read a favourite book or listen to an adult read a book to you.

 

Cooking – make a sandwich with your choice of fillings.

 

Tuesday 9th June

Maths – number bonds to 10 star activity (Tuesday maths).

 

English – look at the front cover of the book The disgusting Sandwich. Point out the different objects e.g. badger, sandwich, slugs etc. Predict what the book might be about. Watch the YouTube video of the Disgusting Sandwich using the link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ca2DJZ79NJ4

 

Reading – read a favourite book or listen to an adult read a book to you.

 

Wednesday 10th June

Maths – number bonds to 10 (Wednesday maths).

 

English – Watch the YouTube video of the Disgusting Sandwich using the link above. Discuss the book with an adult. What happens in the story to the sandwich? Use the worksheet and picture (lesson 2 worksheets) and write sentences for each of the words.

 

Reading – read a favourite book or listen to an adult read a book to you.

 

Science – look at the PowerPoint about the senses. Read through and discuss. Do the worksheet matching the senses to the part of the body.

 

Thursday 11th June

Maths – the very hungry caterpillar number bonds to 20 (Thursday maths).

 

English –  listen to the YouTube story of the Disgusting Sandwich again using the link. Make a disgusting sandwich using different bits found in your garden, craft bits, etc. Take a photo of your disgusting sandwich. Label the different parts of your disgusting sandwich.

 

Reading – read a book to an adult to listen to an adult read a book to you

 

Friday 12th June

English – Look at your photo of the disgusting sandwich that you made yesterday. Write a set of instructions to explain how you made the sandwich.

 

Geography – look at a bunch of bananas. Count how many there are, discuss what colour and shape they are and what their skin feels like. Peel a banana and taste it. What is the inside of the banana like? Find out where the different fruits from the worksheet (geography) come from. Cut out the fruits and glue them on the map.

 

Art – this term’s theme is all about fruit and vegetables and sculptures.

  1. Sort the pictures into fruit and vegetables.
  2. Get some different fruit and arrange them in a basket or a bowl to make a sculpture.
  3. Make some marzipan fruit and paint them with food colouring.

 

Reading – read a book to an adult to listen to an adult read a book to you

 

 

 

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