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Topic Challenges for this week

Are you up for a challenge Reception Class? Below are 4 challenges. Can you complete a different challenge each day? Who can complete all 4 challenges this week? 

1. Picture News: The BIG QUESTION this week is:-

 

Why do we decorate different things?

 

Have a look at the documents below and see if you can complete any of the activities or answer any of the questions with an adult. 

2. Can you spend 5/10 minutes every day this week on Sumdog and on Oxford Owl? Remember sumdog login details are on Tapestry. If your parents/guardians can't login to Tapestry, then ask them to email me and I will email out login details.  Sumdog is really good for helping to develop those essential early number skills. 

 

Oxford Owl has lots of eBooks that you can read. To Access Oxford Owl, click on the link below and type in the login details. 

 

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 

To login, you will need to type the following details:

Username: christchurchyr

Password: magic

3. Here are some further links and activities for the Literacy topic 'Snail on the Whale'.

 

 

Link Texts and Other Activities
•Just like the snail in the story left a message in a trail of slime, with an adult, leave a message on a path, in your garden or on an outside wall! Paintbrushes dipped in water can leave the best messages and will look like slime - though will disappear quickly!
•Try to go out on a walk after it has been raining. Turn snail detectives and look out for any snail trails!
•Listen to and enjoy The Snail and the Whale Song as performed by Julia Donaldson:

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a9hmHFQlXXs


•Relax and enjoy this song: The humpback whales are blowing bubbles

 

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DV4sWSdgqHA

 

Join in with the chorus if you can!

4. Here are some 'under the sea' activities to follow on from our Literacy topic this week:-
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