Year R Home learning for Wednesday 20th May
|Subject focus||What we need to learn:||How we might learn it:|
|Literacy – high frequency words||They read some common irregular words. They demonstrate understanding when talking with others about what they have read.||
High Frequency Word Hunt:
From the table below write down ten high frequency words on pieces of paper and hide them around the room/house/garden. When your child finds a word ask them to read it aloud and write it down. Can they say the word in a sentence?
Extra challenge: Can they put 2 high frequency words in a sentence?
|Maths||Using quantities and objects, they add and subtract two single-digit numbers and count on or back to find the answer.||
Draw 10 fish and then cut them out. Count them on to a piece of blue paper. Ask your child: If 2 fish swim away, how many are left? Encourage your child to move the pictures to help them count.
Can they say the sentence using the correct vocabulary e.g. 10 fish take away 2 fish leaves 8 fish.Your child may also try to write the number sentence using symbols
e.g 10 – 2 = 8
Extra challenge: use 20 fish instead of 10 but still take a single digit away each time e.g 20 – 8 = 12
Alternatively you can play the game using other objects of your choosing.
|Other:||Children safely use and explore a variety of materials, tools and techniques experimenting with… texture, form and function.||
Sea Creature Model
Using the information you found out yesterday about a sea creature, ask your child to create a model of their chosen sea creature using playdough/salt dough or a media of your choosing.
You can find a recipe for making salt dough by clicking here: https://www.twinkl.co.uk/resource/t-t-2544279-basic-salt-dough-playdough-recipe
You can find a recipe for making no cook playdough here:
Remember to email your child’s class teacher to let them know how you’ve got on. We’d love to see examples of what you’ve been up to.
Mrs Bartlett – firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Beckwith – email@example.com
Miss Cleeves – firstname.lastname@example.org