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Monday 8th February

English

Today's live lesson is English. We will begin with phonics and then we would like the children to share their stories from Friday. 

 

Once the children have shared their stories, we will begin to discuss the focus for this week which i s Chinese New Year. After the session, the children will use the pictures from the story in order to sequence and retell the story. 

Maths

The children will be beginning to look at skip counting in twos, there is a video link below to help with this and is a fun way to practise. Please look at objects around the house that are grouped into twos, for example, shoes, socks, gloves etc; you could also use toys or dried pasta to practise counting and grouping objects into twos.

 

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

P.E

Today in P.E. we would like you to log in to your Real P.E. account. Follow today's activities which are  based on the theme of Trains. First there is a warm up game called 'Wobbly Bridge' then the skills section is continuing your work on dynamic balance. You may want to repeat the yellow video again or move on to the next step video. Have fun!

Cosmic Yoga

Here is some Cosmic Yoga to enjoy - You can fit this in at any time that is good for you.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar | A Cosmic Kids Yoga Adventure!

A Cosmic Kids yoga adventure with The Very Hungry Caterpillar!

Music

Last week you learnt about rhythmic notation to read and write songs. In this week's lesson you are going to learn to write songs in rhythm notation and play games to help our understanding of rhythm.

 

Have fun - we would love to see some pictures on Seesaw of you practising your music skills.

Storytime

Here is a story for you to enjoy. Just follow the link.

Storytime: Chris Riddell reads Once Upon a Wild Wood

Former Waterstones Children's Laureate and BookTrust ambassador Chris Riddell is here to read his brilliant picture book Once Upon a Wild Wood!..

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