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Willow Class Home Learning

Week 4:  Beginning 25th January 2021

 

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

PSHE

Music

English

 

English

 

English

Art

Topic

 

Maths

 

 

Maths

Maths

PE

Life Skills

DT

RE

Topic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please choose the work that is appropriate for the ability of your child.

Please take photos of your home learning.

If you have completed any worksheets, please make sure you write your name and date on the back and bring them into school.

 

Monday

PSHE

LO: To identify who is a stranger

Starter

View the video Protect Yourself Rules - A Friendly Stranger - YouTube

Cut up who is a stranger symbols. Lay them out and discuss who is a stranger.

Activity

Hard -  Complete the work sheet What is a stranger. Ask pupils to write a sentence on who is a stranger. This can be scripted if needed. Continue on to Medium activity.

Medium - complete the cut and stick Stranger / safe adult sorting activity with some support.  Using who is a stranger symbols and who is a stranger sorting page.

Explore - Use a road play mat in a tray or on the floor (or make your own roads using masking tape) with a selection of toy cars and people. Role play strangers and family using the toys and who is a stranger symbols. Discuss who is a safe adult and who is an unsafe stranger.

Resources

What is a stranger, Who is a stranger symbols, Stranger sorting page

scissors, glue, colouring pens or pencils

 

Art

Starter

Look at work from last week – painted buildings.

Activity

  1. Cut out the brightly coloured buildings from last week. Use glue to stick the buildings on a piece of blue card to create a building collage
  2. Use different brightly coloured paint to add colour to the Cardboard boxes

Resources

Buildings from last week

Building Vocab support

Cardboard buildings from last week

Scissors, Glue, poster paint

 

PE

Watch and join in an exercise video on You Tube

PE With Joe 2021 | Friday 22nd Jan - YouTube

 

Tuesday

 

Music

Watch and join in by clapping and stomping to the beat.

Music lesson - Steady beat - YouTube

 

Topic - Science

LO: To create recycling posters.

Activity

Recap learning from last lesson on recycling. Make a poster to encourage others to recycle.

Explore – Explore different items of rubbish. Look/touch/hold the different items. Discuss the materials and with support group items together that are made from the same material.

Resources

Various items of rubbish made from different materials.

Recycling  poster ideas

Life Skills

LO: To identify different coins and their value

Activity

Create a shop role play with some different items from around the house (could be items of food) Use the price tags if needed. Act as a shop assistant and a customer purchasing items. Help the pupils to calculate the amount needed to purchase different items.

Explore –  Create some large cut out coins. Using some plastic or real coins, sort the coins into piles of the same. (start off with 2 different coloured/shaped coins such as a 1p and a 10p) Pile next to or on top of the large cut out coin. Take a photograph of your work

Sensory play Ideas:

Hide coins within a sensory tray or sand / dried pasta / cooked rice or spaghetti /non toxic shaving foam. Ask pupils to find the different coins.

Resources

Large coin cutouts

Plastic or real coins

scissors, glue

Wednesday

English

Starter

Read the PowerPoint of Jack and Jill. Ask questions about the nursery rhyme.

Easy – sequence the nursery rhyme of Jack and Jill in the right order by cutting out the pictures and matching them to the correct numeral in the box.

Medium – read the questions and match them to the Communicate in Print answers.

Hard – draw a picture of Jack and Jill. Write 2 sentences to describe what the nursery rhyme is about.

Explore Collect different items liking to the nursery rhyme – grass, newspaper/brownpaper, vinegar (to smell), bucket/bowl of water. Share the nursery rhyme and explore the items.                                                                                                          

Maths

Activity

Explore  – count up to 5-10. Make 5 Little ducks stick puppets. Sing along to the nursery rhymes and count the ducks. Five Little Ducks | Kids Songs | Super Simple Songs - YouTube

Easy – Count up to 10 objects.

Medium – Counting in different steps to complete the snake.

Hard – 10 times tables activity worksheet.

 

Design Technology

LO: To make a lightning bug out of a plastic bottle.

Starter  

Watch and discuss one of the videos Firefly facts: we could also say lightning bug facts! | Animal Fact Files - YouTube   or Fireflies | Firefly Facts for Kids | Why Do Fireflies Glow ? - YouTube

Activity

Discuss all steps in the instructions.

Remind about safety when holding scissors.

 

Resources

Symbol instruction

1l or 2l plastic bottle, empty and cleaned out (label removed)

One glow stick

Three 12-inch pipe cleaners in green or black, for the legs

One 12-inch pipe cleaner in gold, silver, or black (for the antennae)

Two yellow pony beads (for the eyes)

Construction paper or card stock (for thorax and wings)

Glue, Scissors, Black paint, Clear tape

 

Cooking

Make sausage rolls according to the recipe.

 

Thursday

English

Starter  

Read the nursery rhyme of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star

Activity

  1. Make a star using craft materials using the template.
  2. Sequence the cards in the order to retell the nursery rhyme of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star. Colour the cards.

Expolore – Read the nursery Rhyme together and watch the video. Explore the star shape through available toys, puzzles or books. Make a card star using yellow paint and glitter.

 Twinkle Twinkle Little Star - YouTube

 

Maths

Activity

Explore – count up to 5-10 objects. Count 10 cuddly bears under a blanket along with the song

Ten In The Bed | Super Simple Songs - YouTube

Easy - count up to 10 objects.

Medium – cut out the numbers and arrange them from 1 – 10.

Hard – counting in 10s from 10 to 100 and cut out and glue the numbers in the correct sequence.

 

RE

L.O. To recall the The parable of the Lost Sheep

Starter

Read the PowerPoint about The parable of the Lost Sheep.

Activity

  1. Make stick puppets of a sheep and a shepherd.
  2. Colour page 4 of the Lost Sheep pictures.

Resources

Parable of the Lost Sheep PowerPoint.

Week 4 colouring

Week 4 stick puppets

Lolly sticks

 

Friday

English

LO:  To recall the nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty

Starter

Read the nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty and then ask questions from the PowerPoint.

Activity

Easy – cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct order to retell the nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty.

Medium – cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct order to retell the nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty. Match the Communicate in Print sentences to the pictures.

Hard - cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct order to retell the nursery rhyme of Humpty Dumpty. Then write a sentence to go with each picture.

Explore – Using boiled eggs and duplo/wooden bricks. Decorate some eggs using paint a collage to be Humpty Dumpty then create a wall. Spend some time letting the eggs drop from the wall. Explore the broken eggshell.

 

Maths

Activity

Explore – Count up to 5-10. Using 5- 10 plastic bottles, count and sing along to the nursery rhyme.

Ten Green Bottles | Nursery Rhymes | Recycle Songs - YouTube

Easy - count up to 10 objects.

Medium – cut out the numbers and arrange them from 1 – 10.

Hard – counting in 10s from 10 to 100 and cut out and glue the numbers in the correct sequence..

Resources

100 square

 

Topic

Starter

Look at the Aerial views PowerPoint.

Activity

Pupils to name what each object is. Then match the Communicate in Print labels to the pictures.

 

Extra Activities

  • Jack and Jill cutting exercise
  • Jack and Jill Pencil control
  • Twinkle Star biscuit recipe
  • Twinkle star colouring page

 

 

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