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Hasland Infant and Nursery School

Thursday 9th July

Thursday 9.7.2020

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Join in with Joe Wicks at 9.00 every morning

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

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Try some Super movers – There are lots of different ones to choose from.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/supermovers/just-for-fun-collection/z7tymfr

Phonics: In phonics this week, we are looking at the ‘oo’ sound.  It can be spelt in different ways.  These include oo, ew, ue, u-e, o.

 

Choose some books (or one larger book.) Read your book/books and make a note of any words you come across which contain any ‘oo’ sounds. They could be spelt differently but have the same sound. Which spelling is the most popular? Which is the least popular? Can you add any new words to your lists from earlier on in the week?

 

Maths: Count forwards and backwards in 2’s starting from 0.

Let’s practise finding fractions of numbers and shapes.  Remember the bottom number tells you how many groups/parts you need and the top number tells you how many of those groups you need. (For a fraction of a number, how many is in one group.) Remember each group/fraction MUST be equal.

Have a go at finding the fractions of some numbers and some shapes. (Some of these may not be possible – Have a go and see if you can explain why some of them are not possible. For example, finding 1/3 of 8 is not possible because you can’t share/divide 8 equally by 3.

The fractions I would like you to find are:

¼   ½   ¾   2/4   1/3    

Draw some shapes (For example: circle, triangle, square, diamond, rectangle, hexagon, pentagon, octagon) and colour in different fractions and then think of at least 5 numbers and find fractions of these.

Playtime:

Say your playground promise and play outside in the sunshine. Don’t forget your sun cream!

Literacy:

Have a go at some drama today! Take someone in your house to your setting. Before you go...refer back to your mind map and all of your wonderful ideas from yesterday. Where have you decided to set your story? How do you visualise it in your mind? What can you see there? What is your character doing there? Again, think about what you see, hear, smell and can touch. Are there some sweet smelling flowers or some burning hot, erupting volcanoes? When you get there, make sure you explore every part of your setting! Have a wonderful time!

Once you return home, have a go at drawing a picture of your setting. Try to include as much detail as possible.

Lunch:

Wash your hands and help your grown up to prepare your lunch.

PSHE:

Read the statements below. Do you agree with all of them?
A good friend:
-is kind      -tells me what to do      -doesn’t share      -talks behind my back      -asks me if I’m ok
-makes me laugh      - says ‘I am sorry’      - is a bully      - helps others      -pushes me
Can you think of any other ways to be a good friend?

Have a go at creating a list of the qualities of a good friend. You could also think back to your task yesterday about being a good listener! (These qualities could be, kind, thoughtful, considerate, helpful, funny etc.)

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