Learn From Home Yew
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Following school closure due to the Coronavirus we are asking you to please support your child to complete the following activities. Feel free to cherry pick activities according to your child's needs, interests and the amount of support you can offer.
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Sharing the story 'We're Going On A Bear Hunt'. Discuss prepositions such as ‘under’, 'over' 'through' as well as others such as ‘ontop’, ‘behind’ by carrying out an action or selecting correct picture:
Listen to some Poems, then be inspired to make your own:
White Rose Maths:
Oak National Academy:
Ruth Miskin RWI YouTube Channel:
Click on the following links to find exciting PE/ physical activity ideas-
Energize- These are updated weekly:
Premier League Primary Stars:
We hope you all have a wonderful Summer break Yew Tree Class. See you all in September.
Work Of The Week
Thursday 16th July 2020
This week the award goes to this super star for her continued outstanding efforts. Well done to you.
- Talk about feelings and reassure your child about theirs.
- Cuddle often
- Congratulate your child for their efforts
- Exercise together, get fresh air and your heart rate up.
- Talk about how your body feels during exercise.
- Talk about keeping brains healthy as well as bodies.
- Look back at photos of special times and talk about future fun plans.
- Engage your child in making a bucket list of things to do in the future.
- Give your child junk model projects
- Create purposefully with lego, building blocks, playdough, clay junk
- Read your RWInc books; complete activities and questions
- Reading other books from home
- Draw a picture from your book
- When these books have been read please discuss them with your child and ask them questions based on the story
- Practise letter writing using whiteboards in their book bag- Use phrases to help
- Write for purpose: labels, lists, stories, names, charts etc etc..
- Practise capital letters and lower case letters
- Encourage independent letter writing
- Practising green and/ or red words
- Practising speed sounds and complex speed sound chart
- Writing sentences using simple words. Encourage finger spaces, capital letters and full stops
- Make a word bank of words containing a specific phoneme for example sh: shop, sheep, should
- Write 5 friends names
- Write a story about a pet or a pet they have wished for
- Write a poem about the weather, an animal or a plant. Can rhyming words be added?
- Draw a picture and write 10 words to describe it
- Find objects around the home that begin with the same letter for example focusing on the letter s: soap, sugar, salt, sofa
- Practise counting numbers, counting objects, ordering numbers to 20 and beyond if they are confident with this
- Find household objects and identify the different shapes of them/ within them- For example a tissue box is the shape of a cube and has squares within it or a football is the shape of a sphere, 2D shapes- Square, triangle, rectangle, circle, pentagon and hexagon, 3D shapes- Cone, sphere, cuboid, cube, pyramid, cylinder
- Measurements- Height, length, weight of different objects around the home
- Follow different cooking recipes - Including following a play dough recipe
- Look at changes in the immediate environment for example garden and the weather
- Recognise different money values using real money. Look at the size, shape, colour and value
- Make price tags for different objects in the home.
- Make some play money and use it to pretend to buy the different objects
- Use scissors to cut out a magazine to make a jigsaw
Home & Garden Project: