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Home Learning Foundation Stage 2

 

Home Learning in the event of your child or class having to self-isolate

Should your child need to isolate, home learning will be provided by their class teacher.

Should your child's class need to isolate, online live lessons or teaching videos will be arranged by your child's class teacher. You will be contacted by telephone or via the schools Weduc app with further information.

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 Below are your MUST DO activities, they are about 20 minutes suggested learning each, and can be done in any order during the day. 

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

This week our topic is all about weather and seasons

Using the PowerPoint provided talk to your child about the different seasons and the different types of weather that happen during each season.

Here are some examples of things you can discuss -

In the summer months it will be mostly sunny and cloudy. We go to the park and try and visit the beach.

In the winter months it is cold and wet. We have to wrap up warm by wearing our hats, gloves and scarf.

Here is a story you could share together

https://www.storyjumper.com/

Practise reading and writing your sight words.

We wpuldlike you to be a ‘Sight Word Spotter’. As you read a story book, we would like you to spot as many sight words as you can. Every sight word you spot, write it down. Which sight word did you spot the most?  

 

This week we are introducing numbers 16, 17, 18 and 19.

  • Practise writing these numbers - check they are the right way round. You can practise number formation in lots of different ways, have fun being creative.
  • Count out 16 , 17, 18 and 19 objects – put you objects in rows or piles – what do you notices is happening to the rows?
  • Put your objects in rows so that you can see that these numbers are made up of 1 ten and some ones. I’ve used cereal to make my rows.

Have a look at these videos for numbers 16 and 17

https://www.youtube.com/

https://www.youtube.com/

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

 

Count out loud as far as you can. Challenge yourself to count further each time.

 

Go through your number flashcards

Read a book or be read too. Remembering to look for your sight words as you read.

 

Can you read the sight words yourself?

Can you answer some questions about the story?

 

 

Tuesday

Keep a weather diary for the rest of the week.

Write what day it is and draw a picture of what the weather is like.

You could write a simple sentence to match your picture

Here is an example

Tuesday

It is sunny today.

Watch this video:  https://offschool.org.uk/

 

Today’s phonics sound is or

https://offschool.org.uk/

Can you read some of these words?

Remember to ‘Look at the letters,

make the sounds and blend the

sounds together’

Practise writing them out. Remember your correct letter formation.

Can you put them into a sentence?

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Play number pairs with a member of your family

To do this you will need to make some flashcards with the numbers on,

2 cards of each number

Lay out the cards and take it in turns to turn 2 cards over – are they a matching pair? What numbers do they say?

The winner is the person with the most pairs at the end.

Have a look at these videos for 18 and 19

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CV2bjuxTsag

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVBvB_5vhAo

 

Wednesday

Today we would like you to visit oxford owl website to practise some reading. Here is a book about the weather you could read, or choose one that you like.  https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

You will need your login details to access this website.

 

Don’t forget to complete your weather diary for today

 

 Today’s phonics sound is ow as in ‘moon’

Watch this video:  https://offschool.org.uk/

These words have the digraph ‘ow’ in? Can you write some words?

Can you think of a sentence using these words?

I can take a bow then sit down.’

‘The owl comes out at night.’    ‘I like to go to town.’

Remember to put a capital letter at the start, a full stop at the end and finger spaces in between each word.

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Today we are going to focus on counting backwards

 

I would like you to make a number line.

Put the numbers flashcards you have made in order from 1-19. They could go up the wall or across the floor or you could peg the numbers on your washing line.

Point at the numbers, starting with the biggest number (19) and count back to the smallest number (1) saying each number as you go.

Try to do this several times. You could challenge yourself to start at different numbers.

 

Thursday

 look at the season picture  and write   down a list of things you can see sun snow leaves falling.

 

Don’t forget to complete your weather diary for today

 

Today’s phonics sound is ear

Watch the video: https://offschool.org.uk/

Can you robot these words?

hear, near, tears, ear,

beard, year, gears

Write the words or try to write a

sentence for each picture.

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Today is your counting backwards challenge!

 

Today I would like you to show of your counting backwards skills without looking your number line. Have a go at starting from 19 and counting back to 1. Can you start at 18, or 17?

 

How many times can you do this? Can you do it quicker than your grown-up?
Friday

Fill in your weather diary for today.

 

We would like you to present your diary to someone in your house. You could be a weather forecaster for the day.

 

Tell them about what the weather has been like over the week and what you hope the weather will be like next week.

 

Try and include words like yesterday and tomorrow in your sentences.

Today we want you to practise your sight words

by going on a word walk. Write your sight words

on pieces of paper or with chalk on the ground

outside. Now step along the word stepping stones

and each time you can read the word give yourself

a point. How many points did you get?

Can you challenge yourself to get more points? 

 

Today we are looking at position

Find a toy and some food boxes in your house and try and put your toy in these positions. Can you tell your grown up what position you have put your toy in?

Our topic this week is 3 Little PigsHungry for more? Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home this week:

Super Science 

Can you think of a way we could measure the rainfall outside?

Make a simple rain gauge with an adult and over the week see which day has had the most rainfall. There is an example of one in the picture.

Time to think

Time to relax. Play the music below for around 10 minutes and see if you can relax your body and brain. Can you hear the water and the rain falling?

https://www.youtube.com/

Fun at Home

Do a fashion show for your family. Dress for the season/weather and they have to guess what season/weather it is. Have fun!

Fun with Stories

Have a look at some books that may be about the weather. You may have some at home already or you could have a look at these ebooks

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u7pGl1yXpDE

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=av2FP2n2qrg

 

The World Outside

Make a pictures/collage using natural resources found outside e.g. leaves, twigs, and sticks.

Fun with Maths

Learn the names of the days

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tx0rvuXIRg

Here is a link to a you tube song that you could learn to sing.

Fun with words

Look outside – what is the weather like? Inside a big cloud or sun write down all the words you can think about related to the weather.

How many did you think off?

Get Creative

Make a musical instrument like a rain shaker.

 

A good way to do this is to get some tubing (small bottle will also do) and add some rice and some pipe cleaners if you have any.

 

Don’t forget to decorate your rain stick.

Fun with Technology

Have a look at weather forecasting on TV.

Have a go at doing some yourself.

Ask a grown up to video you telling everyone what the weather will be like.

Active bodies and minds: Keeping Healthy

Design your own ice lolly to have in the summer? What flavours would you have?

 

 

Funky Finger Skills

Ask an adult to draw some large zig zag lines on some paper like lightening. Have a go at cutting along the zig zag lines being very careful to cut on the line.

Home Learning 11.5.20

 Below are your MUST DO activities, they are about 20 minutes suggested learning each, and can be done in any order during the day. 

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

Access the Oxford Owl website and support your child to read a story.

You can share the reading with your child or challenge them to read it all.

https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Sight Words

 

We would like you to make a

sight word wall using any building

blocks (lego, mega blocks, wooden

blocks) you have got.  Everytime

you read a word add it to your wall!

This week we are recapping on the numbers 11, 12, 13 and learning more about the numbers 14 and 15.

Here are some things you can do

  • Practise writing the numbers
  • Match numeral to quantity – draw or find that many of each number

watch the 14 and 15 number blocks videos

1. https://www.youtube.com/

2. https://www.youtube.com/

 

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

 

Count out loud as far as you can. Challenge yourself to count further each time.

 

 

 

 

Go through your number flashcards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read a book or be read too. Remembering to look for your sight words as you read.

 Can you read the sight words yourself?

Can you answer some questions about the story?

 

 

Tuesday

Here is a list of CVC words.

 

man      zip     tap   rug           

dot      jam    sock  yell      

 

Read the word and draw a picture to go with each word. 

 

Can you challenge yourself to come up with your own words and write them using our cursive letter formation? 

 

Watch this video: https://offschool.org.uk/

 

Today’s phonics sound is er

 

Watch this video: https://offschool.org.uk/

 

Can you read some of these words?

Remember to ‘Look at the letters,

make the sounds and blend the

sounds together’

Practise writing them out. Remember your correct letter formation.

Can you put them into a sentence?

er-sound-colouring-scene

Today we are going to focus on subtraction as taking away and counting how many is left.

Play a game of bowling. This cam be done with any equipment you have at home. See pictures below for some ideas

 

Focus on the subtraction element of the game

Using the stem sentence below each time someone has a go.

e.g. 10 take away 3 leaves 7

bowlig_pin_subraction.pdf

Wednesday

Look at the picture on the attached word aware sheet. Discuss these three words with your child:

Busy, Town, Quiet

Imagine you are in the picture.

Discuss what you notice.

 ‘I have noticed that . . . ‘

 Discuss what you can hear ‘I can hear . . .’ 

Is it busy? What kind of houses can you see?

Would you like to live there? Why?

Homes word aware

Today’s phonics sound is OO as in ‘moon’

 

Watch this video https://offschool.org.uk/

 

These words have the digraph ‘oo’ in? Can you write some words?

Can you think of a sentence using these words?

 

The moon is bright at night.’

‘My boot is on the spoon.’

 

Remember to put a capital letter at the start, a full stop at the end and finger spaces in between each word.

 

oo words worksheet

 

Using the game from yesterday. Play the game again but this time focus on writing the calculation as each person has their turn.

You can do these jottings however you want. Here are a couple of  examples

 

10-4 = 6.

Or  O O O O O O O O O O  10-3 = 7

You can also use the sheet attached with the email – bowling pin subtraction

Thursday

Today we would like you to make a message board to write a kind message to someone in your family. Get creative and see what you can make. You could use an old cereal box or some spare paper. Draw some nice pictures or stick some photos around the edge. Remember to leave enough space to write your message tomorrow!

 Today’s phonics sound is oa

Watch the video: https://offschool.org.uk

 

Can you robot these words?

soap, float, loaf, toad, coat,

boat, road

Write the words or try to write a

sentence for each picture.

 

oa writng activity

Today we are going to focus on the word long.

Find one object in your house that you can use e.g. ruler, pencil, crayon, spoon.

Using this object see if you can find things that are longer than your chosen object .

Once you have found your object use the stem sentence to describe what you have found

The sock is longer than the pencil.

The book is not longer than the pencil.

You could draw pictures of the things that are longer than your chosen object.

Friday

Choose someone in your family to write a message to. Write a message t on your message board to make them feel happy.

You could let them know that you love them or that they are lots of fun or that they are a star!

Sight Words

 

Today we want you to practise your sight words. 

 

Play a game with your sight words.

You could play sight word bingo, dominoes

or hop scotch. You can make up your own game.

We would love to see your photos!

Today we are going to recap on the numbers 14 and 15.

Make a 14 or 15 poster.

 

Be creative

You may want to cut and stick some pictures from a catalogue

Draw some pictures

Is there a way you make 14 e.g. 10 + 4 = 14

 

Have fun.

 

number 14 sheet

number 15 sheet

Hungry for more? Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home this week:

Our topic this week is 3 Little Pigs

All about Me

Learn your address.

Can you tell your address to someone in your family?

Can you write it down?

Get Creative

Get some paper and crayons and make rubbings of things around your house. Try a photo frame, a cushion and the wall outside. How many different textures can you find?

Time to think

Go on a Senses Safari. On a walk have at least 3 stops to listen, smell and look at what’s around you. Your goal is to notice as many birds, animals, creepy-crawlies, flowers and vehicles as you can. When you get home discuss your favourite sound, sight and smell. 

Fun at Home

Do a scavenger hunt to find out what room these items are in in your house:

Kettle

Bed

TV

Sink

Bin

Fun with Stories

Make a mask of a pig or a wolf and act out the story of the 3 Little Pigs..

The World Outside

Look at the numbers on houses as you go on your daily walk. Do they go in order? Is there anything special that you notice about them? Do any of the numbers have letters with them?

Fun with Maths

Make a house for one of the little pigs using things around your house. Can you name all of the 3D shapes you have used? How can you join the objects together?

Do you think the Big Bad Wolf could blow it down? See if you can blow it down!

Fun with words

Write a letter to a member of you family who lives in a different house. Find out what you need to do to send the letter in the post. 

 Super Science

Materials

Find something made from wood, something made from metal and something made from plastic in your house? Which do you think would be the best to build a house out of? What would happen if it rains? Can you do an experiment to find out?

Fun with Technology

Help your grown-up to use the technology around your house. Can you help to set the washing machine or put something in the microwave?

Active bodies and minds: Keeping Healthy

Make up a turn taking game with your family.

You could see how many peas you can throw into a bowl or make your own game of bowling.

Challenge yourself to see how you can keep score.

Funky Finger Skills

Draw your dream house. What would you have in it? A swimming pool? A football pitch? Can you colour it in using the right colours?

 

Challenge yourself to write a list of what you would have in it.

 

Home Learning 04.5.20

 Below are your MUST DO activities, they are about 20 minutes suggested learning each, and can be done in any order during the day. 

Day Writing/ Reading Phonics/ Spelling Maths Wider Curriculum
Monday

Listen to the story of the Three Little Pigs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u97uMZlTb7I

Discuss what happens in the story. Why did the pigs have to leave and make their own houses?

Who were the good characters in the story? Was there a bed character?

Discuss what the 3 little pigs built their houses out of. Which was the strongest? Why did the other houses blow down?

 

The Three Little pigs story for pack

Sight Words

Practise reading and writing your sight words

 

Any words that you have found tricky, try sticking those words around your house to

practise them wherever you go!

Sight word Bingo board master

Sight word dominoes master

 

This week we are going to introduce the numbers 11, 12 and 13.

  • Practise writing these numbers and saying them as you write them
  • Count out 11 objects, 12 objects and 13 objects – what do you notice each time?

Draw these numbers in block form so that you can see that these numbers are made up of 1 ten and some ones

Have a look at this number 11 video

https://www.youtube.com

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

 

Count out loud as far as you can. Challenge yourself to count further each time.

 

 

 

 

Go through your number flashcards

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read a book or be read too. Remembering to look for your sight words as you read.

 Can you read the sight words yourself?

Can you answer some questions about the story?

Tuesday

Draw a picture of each of the 3 little pigs with their houses. Can you remember what order they built their houses in? Cut your pictures out and put them in the right order.

Today’s phonics sound is oi

Watch this video: https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words/revision-of-phase-2-and-3-sounds/

Watch this video: https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words/phonics-phase-3-sound-oi/

Can you read some of these words?

Remember to ‘Look at the letters,

make the sounds and blend the

sounds together’

Practise writing them out. Remember your correct letter formation.

 

oi reading activity

Play number pairs with a member of your family

To do this you will need to make some flashcards with the numbers on,

2 cards of each number

You can add other numbers if you wish.

Lay out the cards and take it in turns to turn 2 cards over – are they a matching pair? What numbers do they say?

The winner is the person with the most pairs at the end.

 

Have a look at this number 12 video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zyGnMS8GHo4

Wednesday

Can you imagine what the 3 little pigs were saying? Choose one pig and write a sentence about what his house is made off.

Remember to say the word, robot the word and write

the word. Don’t forget

to say your sentence

lots of times before

you start to write.

Today’s phonics sound is oo as in ‘book’

Watch this video: https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words 

Which words have the digraph ‘oo’ in? Can you write some words?

Can you think of a sentence using these words?

‘My foot is long.’

‘I have got a cook book.’

Remember to put a capital letter at the start, a full stop at the end and finger spaces in between each word.

oo words

Today we are going to look at sequencing of the day.

Key vocabulary: morning, evening, night time, before, after, lunchtime

 

Describe to an adult what you have been doing today using some of the key vocabulary

E.g. – in the morning I ate cereal for my breakfast, at night time I always brush my teeth before bedtime

 

Think of at least 5 sentences using the different vocabulary

Thursday

Go for a walk around your local area and try to spot the houses around where you live. Are they the same as the three little pigs houses? Are the houses different or all the same?

What else do you notice about your local area? Is it busy? Is there a lot of pollution in the air or rubbish on the floor? Can you spot any pavements or zebra crossings?

Draw a picture of what you saw.

Today’s phonics sound is ar

Watch the video: https://offschool.org.uk/fun-with-stories-and-words/introduction-to-the-phoneme-ar/

Can you robot these words? dark, park, car, star, sharp, cart

Choose 3 to draw a picture of. Write the words or try to write a caption for each picture.

ar sound colouring

Have a look at the number blocks videos for 12 and 13

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cawbOAUL1fw 12

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2L1pHF3mUzQ 13

Have some fun with numbers today

Do some chanting (rote counting) to numbers up to 20 and backwards.

Do it in a loud voice, whispery voice, angry voice

Friday

Bank Holiday

All activities are about 20-30 minutes suggested learning time of what you should do this week.  

Hungry for more? Here’s some ideas of other things you could do at home this week:

All about Me

Learn your address.

Can you tell your address to someone in your family?

Can you write it down?

Get Creative

Get some paper and crayons and make rubbings of things around your house. Try a photo frame, a cushion and the wall outside. How many different textures can you find?

Time to think

Go on a Senses Safari. On a walk have at least 3 stops to listen, smell and look at what’s around you. Your goal is to notice as many birds, animals, creepy-crawlies, flowers and vehicles as you can. When you get home discuss your favourite sound, sight and smell. 

Fun at Home

Do a scavenger hunt to find out what room these items are in in your house:

Kettle

Bed

TV

Sink

Bin

Fun with Stories

Make a mask of a pig or a wolf and act out the story of the 3 Little Pigs.

The World Outside

Look at the numbers on houses as you go on your daily walk. Do they go in order? Is there anything special that you notice about them? Do any of the numbers have letters with them?

Fun with Maths

Make a house for one of the little pigs using things around your house. Can you name all of the 3D shapes you have used? How can you join the objects together?

Do you think the Big Bad Wolf could blow it down? See if you can blow it down!

Fun with words

Write a letter to a member of you family who lives in a different house. Find out what you need to do to send the letter in the post. 

Super Science

Materials

Find something made from wood, something made from metal and something made from plastic in your house? Which do you think would be the best to build a house out of? What would happen if it rains? Can you do an experiment to find out?

Fun with Technology

Help your grown-up to use the technology around your house. Can you help to set the washing machine or put something in the microwave?

Active bodies and minds: Keeping Healthy

Make up a turn taking game with your family.

You could see how many peas you can throw into a bowl or make your own game of bowling.

Challenge yourself to see how you can keep score.

Funky Finger Skills

Draw your dream house. What would you have in it? A swimming pool? A football pitch? Can you colour it in using the right colours?

 

Challenge yourself to write a list of what you would have in it.

Home Learning 27.4.20

Below are your MUST DO activities, they are about 20 minutes suggested learning each, and can be done in any order during the day.

Day

Writing/ Reading

Phonics/ Spelling

Maths

Wider Curriculum

Monday

Watch this story online. 

This week our story is… Supertato

Click the link below to watch 

https://www.youtube.com

Watch the story again. Talk to your child about what makes Supertato super? You could ask:

What does he wear? What does he do? What is he like?

Sight Words

Practise reading and writing your sight words. 
 

Try playing a game using the sight words you are learning.

 

This week we are continuing with the number 10

 Today you can practise number formation with numbers 0-10

Have a go at writing the numbers ensuring they are the right way round.
You can practise number formation in lots of different ways
-write them on paper
-make a hopscotch outside and write the numbers in the boxes and play the game
-chalk the numbers
-paint the numbers
-Write them in a tray of flour, glitter etc.

Here’s a list of things you should do every day:

 

Do your daily exercise with Joe Wicks! 9.00-9.30

Type The Body Coach TV into YouTube

 

 Count out loud as far as you can. Challenge yourself to count further each time.

 

Go through your number flashcards

 

 Read a book or be read too. Remembering to look for your sight words as you read.

 Can you read the sight words yourself?

Can you answer some questions about the story?

 

 

Tuesday

Can your child draw a picture of Supertato? Try and use the correct colours to colour it in, then help your child to label what he wears.

Support your child to write some words or a sentence about Supertato. What he is like? Big? Strong? Kind?  Remember they need to say the sentences lots of times before they start to write.

 

Today’s phonics sound is ay

Click on the link to watch this video: https://offschool.org.uk

Click on the link to watch this video: 

https://offschool.org.uk/

Can you write some of these words on the

poster. remember to ‘Say the word, robot the Word, write the word’

Try and put one in a sentence!

I can play with my Dad.

The man can lay on the bed

Today we are going to be focusing on counting on and finding the total amount.

You will need some objects to count with e.g buttons, spoons and the number flashcards 1-10.
Lay out the number cards
Pick 2 cards e.g. 7   and    4
using the numbers picked work out how many you have altogether  7+4 =

Remember you don’t need to count out 7 objects, only 4 as you are going to practise counting on.
Then count on from 7….. 4 more
7 …8…9…10…11  
The answer is 11
Repeat several times with other numbers.

Wednesday

Talk to your child about superheroes in society today. Have you seen anyone in the news who has done something amazing?

Draw a picture of someone you think is super and label your picture with their name.



Today’s phonics sound is ee

Click on the link below to watch the video https://offschool.org.uk/

Which words have the digraph ‘ee’ in? Can you write some words?
Can you think of a sentence using these
words?

  
‘The bee and the sheep can sleep.’
‘I can see my feet’
Remember to put a capital letter at the start, a full stop at the end and finger spaces in between each word.

Look at 3D shapes today  

Click on the link below to watch the video

https://offschool.org.uk/

 go on a 3D shape hunt and name what shape hunt and find one of each shape

sphere, cylinder, cube, cuboid, cone

Thursday

Support your child to write some words or sentences to describe their super person. You could write about the things you super hero does, likes or wears. Remember to check for capital letters, finger spaces and full stops.

Today’s phonics sound is igh

Click on the link below to watch the video https://offschool.org.uk

igh’ is a trigraph, 3 letters making 1 sound

Can you robot these words? night, fight, light, bright, sight

Draw a picture of a light and label it 

Draw a picture of the night and label it

Using the flashcards you made last week 0-20

Lay the cards out. Taking it in turns with an adult pick a number and say what is 1 less/1 more than the number you have picked. Use a number track if you need to help you check the answer. Keep the card if you are right.

First to keep 5 cards win the game.

Repeat again several times.

Friday

Read the attached poem;

If I Were a Superhero.

Can you think of rhyming words that fit into the spaces? For example:

‘If I were a superhero

I would zoom

Higher than the ……… (moon)’

You can think of real words or alien words, as long as they rhyme.

Can you challenge your child to think of their own verse for the poem? We’d love to know what they come up with.

Phonics

Today we want you to practise all 3 sounds we have learnt this week  

ay, ee and igh

How many words could you read?

Have a go at writing some words with these sounds in. Can you write a sentence using words with different sounds in. e.g. The sheep lay in his bed at night.

Practise reading and writing your sight words. 

In maths today you can get creative with the number 10

We would like you to find and stick 10 things on a piece of a paper – e.g. 10 leaves, 10 sticks, 10 buttons.

Make a large collage with the things that you find.

 Have fun being creative.

 

 

 

If you are hungry for more, below are some COULD DO activities if you would like to challenge yourself, Happy learning! Our topic this week is Supertato

 

Active Bodies and Minds: keeping healthy – What can you do it a minute?

 Set a 1 minute timer on your phone. Count how many star jumps you can do before the timer ends. Start the timer again and see how many how you can do in a minute. Can you think of anything else you could do in a minute? Discuss with your child if a minute feels like a long time. 

Fun with words – Make a shopping list!

 

Are you running out of things at home?

Help your child to make a shopping list to take to the shops. Remember to ‘Say the word, Robot the word, Write the word’.

Fun at Home – Make a healthy snack.

 

With your child, think of some yummy foods that give you energy and make you strong and think of a delicious healthy snack to make with your child? You could look for a recipe online to try.

What can your child do to help make the snack? They could help to cut up soft cheese, fruit or veg with a blunt knife.

Fun with stories - Share a Bedtime Story

 

Snuggle down and share a bedtime story together. You could talk with your child about their favourite character and their favourite part of the story.

They could have a go at writing the story or making a story map in the morning.

Get creative - Design a healthy superhero! 

The characters in this story are all vegetables. Can you help your child find out about some more healthy foods?

Let your child choose their favourite healthy food and think about what super powers it could have. Can it climb the walls like Spider Man or does it have super strength like the Hulk? Help your child to draw a picture of their healthy superhero.

Music and play - – Play Shops!

 Find some healthy food in your house to make a shop. You could make some price labels to show how much each item costs and some 1p, 2p, 5p and 10p out of paper.

Take turns pretending to go to the shop and buy yourself some healthy food. Can you add the price of the items together to find out how much they cost?

Time to Think - What happened yesterday? What’s happening tomorrow?

 Talk to your child about what they did yesterday and what they are going to do tomorrow. Try and encourage them to use the correct tense, especially with tricky words such as grew (not growed) and made (not maked).

Fun with numbers - Counting Out!

 Find some peas, pasta or something small in your house. Support your child to count out 10 of them. Can they count out even more? How many have they got? Get your child to have a go at writing all the numbers to 20 and putting a circle around the number of things they have.

 

 

 

Easter Challenge Answers

You can tweet your score at @BFPSOfficial

 

Easter Challenge Activities

The Great BFPS Family Easter Quiz Challenge

 

Have fun as a family answering the Easter Quiz questions. There are 20 general knowledge questions and a picture round. When you have completed the quiz, email your answers back to your child’s class teacher at their home learning email address. If you have more than one child at the school, you can send your answers to all of their class teachers. Closing date for replies is Sunday 19th April 2020. If you are the brainiest family in your child’s class, you will receive an email from the teacher letting you know that you have won!

There are no prizes, just glory!

The answers will be posted in the Home Learning section of the school website on Monday 20th April 2020. We invite you to mark your own and join in our Twitter feed by telling us your score in the twitter comments! Get ready for the quiz by following Braunstone Frith Primary School on Twitter.

Below are some suggestions if you are running out of entertainment ideas over the Easter holidays - Stay safe and have fun!

 

 

 

It is important that your child doesn't miss out on their education because of this closure. We have made every effort to ensure that your child can carry on learning and maintain their progress. To this end, your child has been sent home with a Home Learning Pack.

Inside each pack are home learning sheets with activities. These activities can be repeated on a daily basis. They can be recorded in the book or sheets provided as part of the pack. Year 6 children have been provided with past papers. There are also a list of websites that you can visit and programmes your children can watch.

The home learning books will be checked by the class teacher on your child's return to school.

Your child should be doing the following activities each day;

  • Reading / Spelling / Sight words
  • A Writing activity
  • A Maths activity

Should you have any questions you can contact your child's class teacher using the email address for their year group. Emails will be responded to during working hours. 

homelearningfs2bees@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

 homelearningfs2frogs@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

homelearningfs2hedgehogs@braunstonefrith.leicester.sch.uk

 

Home Learning Activities

Useful Websites

On-line safety

Please be aware that if your child is on-line they may be able to chat with other gamers or people that they have added as friends that they don’t actually know. All children have been taught how to report a concern either by telling a trusted adult or by clicking the report button on the CEOPS website;

https://www.ceop.police.uk/Safety-Centre/Should-I-make-a-report-to-CEOP-YP/

  

If you have serious concerns you can call the police on 999 or

childline on 0800 1111