Online Learning Timetable - 11th October 2021
|M||Write your name|
|Snuggle up with your home reader. Can you talk about what is happening?|
Features of our face.
Using a mirror can you name all the parts of your face?
Now can you draw your face.
This week's theme is "Thankfulness"
How does the harvest inspire you and others to show gratitude? What are you thankful/grateful for? Draw a picture.
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In this lesson we are going to explore colour.
What are the primary colours? What are the secondary colours. It would be really good if you have some paints ready. You only need red, yellow and blue.
Today's song is "Who put the colours in the rainbow".
The story of Harvest
What does it mean to be thankful?
Sorting pictures to form a set
PD - Fine Motor
Using playdough or plasticine. Can you make a basket of harvest fruit?
Today's song is "Cabbages and Greens"
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Find a space to join in with yoga time.
|Think about what it would be like to not have any food or water. What must those people feel like. Say a prayer. Can you donate some food to your nearest church or food bank?|
Online Learning Timetable- 18th October 2021
Write your name
Recap your phonics learning so far!
s, a, t, p, i, n, m, d
Can you find objects around your home, that have the sounds above at the beginning, middle or end? Practise writing these letters.
Watch the video and think carefully about your senses.
Go outside or take a walk around your home and record what you can see, smell, hear and touch. Draw pictures of all the things you can hear, see, smell, taste and touch.
This week, we continue to focus on the theme of ‘gratitude’.
Using your knowledge of senses, create a piece of artwork that celebrates this!
Find materials or things around your home/garden to create a piece of artwork to represent our senses.
You might gather things that you can see and touch, such as grass, leaves and sticks. What else could you include/draw/paint? (e.g. noisy birds/insects that you could hear, beautiful flowers that you could smell).
We can’t wait to see your brilliant artwork!
Think of all the things you are thankful for, at home and at school.
Draw a picture or write/say a prayer.
-describe your hair
-describe your skin
-describe your hobbies
-describe your favourite food
Now think carefully about your friends- What do they look like? What are their favourite foods and hobbies? We are all different and that’s what makes us special!
Discuss similarities and differences between you and your friends.
Draw a picture of you and your friends at school.
Join in with this beautiful worship song and say thanks to God for being our great, big God.
Get ready for some exciting exercise deep in the jungle!
How did Jesus encourage those around him to be thankful?
Recap on yesterday’s learning- Can you make your own repeated pattern? Find objects around your home and have a go!
Create a picture and think about making patterns linked to, shape, size or colour.
How quickly can you button, zip or fasten your coats and jackets? Time yourself- can you beat your previous time?
Sit on a chair. Hold the side of the chair with each hand. Use your hands to push yourself off the chair!
Think about all that you have to be grateful for.
Light a candle and say a special thank you to God for all the wonderful things in your life.
Phonics & Reading:
How many of these words can you read?