LO’s – Learning objectives – Please send us photographs of your child working to achieve these and their ILP targets, we’d really appreciate it! Thank you so much.

Getting ready to learn

We do our morning exercise every morning before starting work. (Choose 1 each morning)
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Don’t forget to send us your photographs via Twitter or email of all your hard work and the fun activities you are doing at home!
 

Monday

               

Literacy  – Dinosaurs in the supermarket (Descriptive language)

  • Watch story read by Jack and discuss with your child. Pause video and try to answer the questions asked by Jack
  • When reading the story, can you answer questions about what the characters are doing? For example “What is the boy doing? He is talking to the dinosaurs”.
  • Try to get your child to speak in simple sentences rather than just saying ‘talking’.
  • Can you write sentences to say what they are doing? Can you act out what they are doing?
  • Can make a list of as many action verbs / ‘doing words’ as you can? ‘Running, jumping, skipping, crawling, hiding, sneaking etc.

LO’s:

  • Develop fine motor skills through writing, overwriting or copying
  • Learn what vegetables do for our bodies – e.g. carrots help our eyesight.
  • Develop descriptive language and use of adjectives
  • Develop understanding and vocabulary of verbs such as ‘throwing, running, jumping etc.
  • Develop understanding of emotions – say how characters in story are feeling
  • To be able to remain focused with adult support to engage with story and discuss with an adult.

 

PHSE (Life skills) Healthy eating choices / handling money

LO’s:

  • Develop life skills
  • Develop independence
  • Develop listening skills and following instructions.

 

Science  – Materials 

  • Watch this video about materials and their properties and discuss.
  • Look at the materials and the properties of materials word mats, can you fill a box with as many objects of these materials as you can? Can you sort objects using their properties? E.g. ‘Put all the flexible items together and all the hard objects together’.
  • Can you describe how the different objects feel? E.g. ‘The table feels smooth but the carpet feels rough.
  • Can you identify what the different materials are used for?
  • Can you answer questions such as ‘what material is used for a window and why?’
  • Can you use the properties to describe why they are useful? Such as plastic is good for a cup because it is waterproof’.
  • Play interactive materials game

LO’s:

  • Develop descriptive language skills and use of simple adjectives
  • Develop scientific language vocabulary such as those on your word mats.
  • Be able to explore different materials textures through touch
  • Be able to identify a range of materials such as those on your word mat.

 

Tuesday

              

Literacy – Dinosaurs in the supermarket (Descriptive language)

  • Watch story read by Jack and discuss with your child. Pause video and try to answer the questions asked by Jack
  • When reading the story, can you answer questions about what the characters are doing? For example “What is the boy doing? He is talking to the dinosaurs”.
  • Try to get your child to speak in simple sentences rather than just saying ‘talking’.
  • Can you write sentences to say what they are doing? Can you act out what they are doing?
  • Can make a list of as many action verbs / ‘doing words’ as you can? ‘Running, jumping, skipping, crawling, hiding, sneaking etc.

LO’s:

  • Develop fine motor skills through writing, overwriting or copying
  • Learn what vegetables do for our bodies – e.g. carrots help our eyesight.
  • Develop descriptive language and use of adjectives
  • Develop understanding and vocabulary of verbs such as ‘throwing, running, jumping etc.
  • Develop understanding of emotions – say how characters in story are feeling
  • To be able to remain focused with adult support to engage with story and discuss with an adult.

 

PE – Click the symbol  – ‘NETFLEX’

  • Choose from a wide range of physical activities from the ‘NETFLEX’ area. There is a wide range of activities on there to enjoy

LO’s:

  • Develop gross motor skills
  • Develop attention span
  • Develop listening skills and ability to follow instructions
  • Develop balance, agility and coordination

 

Numeracy –  Shapes (2D and 3D shapes)

  • Look through dinosaurs in the supermarket PowerPoint (Coming soon!) and 2D and 3D shape word mats.
  • Play interactive shape game 1 and shape game 2.
  • What shapes can you see around your house?
  • Can you count how many of each shape you can see and collect them into boxes?
  • Can you describe the properties of the shapes using the word mats? Such as ‘ the triangle has 3 sides’.
  • Can you say which is more or less? E.g. which has more or less, the carrots or pineapples?
  • Can you count the sides on the shapes on the word mat to help you find the shapes in the story?

LO’s:

  • Develop mathematical vocabulary ‘“more or less and 2D and 3D shapes using word mats”.
  • Develop listening skills and concentration.
  • Develop understanding of number and more and less.
  • Develop 1-1 correspondence

 

Wednesday

           

Literacy – Dinosaurs in the supermarket (Descriptive language)

  • Watch story read by Jack and discuss with your child. Pause video and try to answer the questions asked by Jack
  • When reading the story, can you answer questions about what the characters are doing? For example “What is the boy doing? He is talking to the dinosaurs”.
  • Try to get your child to speak in simple sentences rather than just saying ‘talking’.
  • Can you write sentences to say what they are doing? Can you act out what they are doing?
  • Can make a list of as many action verbs / ‘doing words’ as you can? ‘Running, jumping, skipping, crawling, hiding, sneaking etc.

LO’s:

  • Develop fine motor skills through writing, overwriting or copying
  • Learn what vegetables do for our bodies – e.g. carrots help our eyesight.
  • Develop descriptive language and use of adjectives
  • Develop understanding and vocabulary of verbs such as ‘throwing, running, jumping etc.
  • Develop understanding of emotions – say how characters in story are feeling
  • To be able to remain focused with adult support to engage with story and discuss with an adult.

 

Cookery –  Making sandwiches / fruit salads and healthy eating and washing up

  • Make a simple healthy meal or help to prepare your lunch or snack.
  • Get a selection of foods from around the kitchen and sort them into simple groups.
  • Hot and cold, frozen, chilled and fresh, fruit and vegetables, protein, dairy and carbohydrates.
  • Discuss why these foods go in these places. “The ice cream goes in the freezer so that it doesn’t melt”.
  • Once you have sorted these foods and discussed them, help to put them all back away where they belong.

LO’s:

  • Develop understanding of food groups and sorting foods
  • Develop comprehension of new vocabulary. Develop ability to say where foods go and justify this by using ‘because’ in sentences.
  • Develop fine motor skills
  • Develop ability to listen and follow instructions

 

Numeracy –  Shapes (2D and 3D shapes)

  • Look through dinosaurs in the supermarket PowerPoint (Coming soon!) and 2D and 3D shape word mats.
  • Play interactive shape game 1 and shape game 2.
  • What shapes can you see around your house?
  • Can you count how many of each shape you can see and collect them into boxes?
  • Can you describe the properties of the shapes using the word mats? Such as ‘ the triangle has 3 sides’.
  • Can you say which is more or less? E.g. which has more or less, the carrots or pineapples?
  • Can you count the sides on the shapes on the word mat to help you find the shapes in the story?

LO’s:

  • Develop mathematical vocabulary ‘“more or less and 2D and 3D shapes using word mats”.
  • Develop listening skills and concentration.
  • Develop understanding of number and more and less.
  • Develop 1-1 correspondence

 

Thursday

           

ICT  – Keyboard and mouse skills

LO’s:

  • To develop ability to locate letters and numbers on a keyboard
  • To develop ability to use multiple fingers for typing
  • To develop control over a mouse or pointer to control of where you can move using a screen.
  • To develop positional language understanding.

 

Numeracy –  Shapes (2D and 3D shapes)

  • Look through dinosaurs in the supermarket PowerPoint (Coming soon!) and 2D and 3D shape word mats.
  • Play interactive shape game 1 and shape game 2.
  • What shapes can you see around your house?
  • Can you count how many of each shape you can see and collect them into boxes?
  • Can you describe the properties of the shapes using the word mats? Such as ‘ the triangle has 3 sides’.
  • Can you say which is more or less? E.g. which has more or less, the carrots or pineapples?
  • Can you count the sides on the shapes on the word mat to help you find the shapes in the story?

LO’s:

  • Develop mathematical vocabulary ‘“more or less and 2D and 3D shapes using word mats”.
  • Develop listening skills and concentration.
  • Develop understanding of number and more and less.
  • Develop 1-1 correspondence

 

Cookery –  Making sandwiches / fruit salads and healthy eating and washing up

  • Make a simple healthy meal or help to prepare your lunch or snack.
  • Get a selection of foods from around the kitchen and sort them into simple groups.
  • Hot and cold, frozen, chilled and fresh, fruit and vegetables, protein, dairy and carbohydrates.
  • Discuss why these foods go in these places. “The ice cream goes in the freezer so that it doesn’t melt”.
  • Once you have sorted these foods and discussed them, help to put them all back away where they belong.

LO’s:

  • Develop understanding of food groups and sorting foods
  • Develop comprehension of new vocabulary. Develop ability to say where foods go and justify this by using ‘because’ in sentences.
  • Develop fine motor skills
  • Develop ability to listen and follow instructions

 

Friday

           

PHSE – Looking after our local environment

  • Watch videos and discuss why we should pick up our litter and look after the world.

  • Discuss what can happen to birds and other animals if there is litter around their habitats.
  • Discuss what litter is – ask them to identify items that should and shouldn’t go in the bin. See if they can identify which items should go in recycling bin?
  • Is there any litter in your house, outside or on your local walk that you could help to collect and put in the bin?

LO’s :

  • To be able to identify what litter/rubbish is
  • To be able to say which bin it should go in
  • To be able to say in simple terms what the impact of litter is – such as “it can hurt animals”.
  • Key vocabulary; litter, rubbish, bin, recycling, habitats, animals, waste.

 

Numeracy –  Shapes (2D and 3D shapes)

  • Look through dinosaurs in the supermarket PowerPoint (Coming soon!) and 2D and 3D shape word mats.
  • Play interactive shape game 1 and shape game 2.
  • What shapes can you see around your house?
  • Can you count how many of each shape you can see and collect them into boxes?
  • Can you describe the properties of the shapes using the word mats? Such as ‘ the triangle has 3 sides’.
  • Can you say which is more or less? E.g. which has more or less, the carrots or pineapples?
  • Can you count the sides on the shapes on the word mat to help you find the shapes in the story

LO’s:

  • Develop mathematical vocabulary ‘“more or less and 2D and 3D shapes using word mats”.
  • Develop listening skills and concentration.
  • Develop understanding of number and more and less.
  • Develop 1-1 correspondence

 

Science  – Materials 

  • Watch this video about materials and their properties and discuss.
  • Look at the materials and the properties of materials word mats, can you fill a box with as many objects of these materials as you can? Can you sort objects using their properties? E.g. ‘Put all the flexible items together and all the hard objects together’.
  • Can you describe how the different objects feel? E.g. ‘The table feels smooth but the carpet feels rough.
  • Can you identify what the different materials are used for?
  • Can you answer questions such as ‘what material is used for a window and why?’
  • Can you use the properties to describe why they are useful? Such as plastic is good for a cup because it is waterproof’.
  • Play interactive materials game

LO’s:

  • Develop descriptive language skills and use of simple adjectives
  • Develop scientific language vocabulary such as those on your word mats.
  • Be able to explore different materials textures through touch
  • Be able to identify a range of materials such as those on your word mat.