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Hasland Infant and Nursery School

Tuesday 7th July

Tuesday 7.7.2020

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Join in with Joe Wicks at 9.00 every morning

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

OR

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.

Can you add any more words to your lists from yesterday?

 

Look at the words you have listed. Create your own word search and include as many of these words as you can. Can someone in your house find them all? You could use squared paper if you have any or draw a grid using a pencil and ruler.

Maths: Count forwards and backwards in 10’s starting from a one digit number.

Today we are going to have a go at finding fractions of a shape. (Parts of a shape)

The fractions we know are these...

½  (one half) ¼ (one quarter)  1/3 (one third) ¾ (three quarters) 2/4 (two quarters – the same as one half)

What we have to remember when we are finding fractions of a shape that it only works if the sections (parts) of the shape are exactly the same. They have to be ‘equal.’ You also have to remember that the bottom number tells you how many sections (parts) you need to split the shape into and the top number tells you how many of those sections you need. For example; for one quarter ¼ you would have to split the shape into 4 sections (bottom number) and colour in one of those sections (top number.) Have a go at the sheets attached. If you do not have access to a printer have a go at drawing the shapes and finding the fractions.

Playtime:

Say the playground promise and play outside if the weather if nice.

Literacy:

Today I would like you to have a go at writing about some different settings. Attached are some images of lots of different settings. (A log cabin, an igloo in Antarctica, a park, a pirate ship, a castle and more.) Have a look through and choose some of the ones which interest you or which grab your attention. There are some key words to help you with your setting description; these might make your writing even better! You can choose one setting and write a detailed description or you could choose 2/3 and write a few sentences about each one. (If you do not have access to a printer you can use ordinary lined paper and just refer to the image on screen.)

Which setting did you enjoy writing about the most? Why? Discuss this with someone in your house.

Lunch:

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

Music

Have an afternoon full of music and singing!!

Music Express, the online resource, is now completely free for home schooling until 31st August.

Simply log on to:

connect.collins.co.uk

Click on the Teacher Portal to login

Username:  parents@harpercollins.co.uk

Password:  Parents20!

Click on ‘Song Bank’ … and away you go!

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