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Today's Number Work
This week we will be working through the Early Years White Rose Maths website 'Alive in 5' click the link below and find Session 3 - Composition of numbers to 5. After you have completed the video have a go at your own throwing game. Make your own target, it could be a blanket on the floor or a large cushion. Find 5 items that are safe to throw and work out your own scores.
Can you tell me which amounts make 5.
4 and ?
3 and ?
2 and ?
1 and ?
Today we will be exploring the 'f' sound, one of the quietest sounds and hardest to say. Please watch the video below and then have a go at writing the sound and completing the worksheets and workbooks.
Literacy - Harry and the bucketful of Dinosaurs
This is a wonderful story about a little boys first day at school. Please watch the story below and then decide what you would find in your bucket. In my bucket I found a fair ground with lots of stalls and rides that the dinosaurs could have a go on. What will you find? Use the template to draw me a picture. Can you label your picture for me?
I , my, the, your, said, dinosaur.
Bubble wrap dino printing.
Bubble wrap is something we only usually see in parcels but it is actually also really good for arts and crafts. Cut the out a dino onto card and then cut roughly the same size amount of bubble wrap. Pour several different colours of paint onto a plate and enjoy making multicoloured prints to give you dinosaurs a scaly skin. You can even glue the bubble wrap onto your dinos if you want to give them a spongy feeling. Most importantly - have fun!