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Monday 29th June 2020

Morning Reception Class,

 

I hope that you all had a lovely weekend, despite it raining most of the weekend.

 

Here are the suggested tasks for today:

 

1. Phonics - This week, we are recapping on the phonic sounds and tricky words that we have learnt so far. Today, we are recapping on the 'sh' sound. Read the story below and circle any words with the 'sh' sound in. smiley

2. Writing - Below is a document produced by the English team at Lancashire County Council. They have come up with some Literacy lessons for Reception Class. The theme this week is 'Monster Mash'. Below is the grid with the activities on with links to videos, texts and resources for the week. I have picked out an activity for you to do each day. However, feel free to select a different activity if you feel that your child would benefit/enjoy doing that activity more. I would love to see your work. Feel free to send me any work on Tapestry.  smiley

 

Listen and enjoy There’s a Monster in Your Book by Tom Fletcher:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHx_kn6MG7k

 

This is one of my favourite stories. We have read it a couple of times over the year. I hope you enjoy listening to it. smiley

 

Encourage your child to join in with blowing and making the loud noise to get the monster out of the book.

 

Discuss how they would feel if there was a monster in one of their books.

 

How would you try and get it out? How would you feel?

How do you think the monster felt when you were trying to tickle him or shake him out?

Once the monster was out of the book, why do you think we needed to get him back into the book?

How do you think he felt when he was allowed back into the book at the end?

What do you think he might say at this point?

 

Can you write a sentence or two to show what the monster might say? Remember to use your phonics. smiley

3. Maths - https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/

 

Click on the link above. Today, we are looking at week 10, day 1.

 

Have a try at the activities in the document below:

Then, have a look at the Powerpoint below on the number 20.  Today, we are going to learn all about the number 20. Perhaps, you could go on a number 20 hunt today around your house or on your daily walk. How many number 20's can you spot? 

Then, have a try at the number 20 booklet below:

If you are up for a challenge, have a look at the 'Topic Challenges for this week' section under week 12 on the remote learning for Reception. Feel free to send me any photographs of any learning at home.  smiley

 

Have a lovely day! smiley

 

Love

 

Miss Farnworth.   smiley

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