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Wisdom & Faith

Monday 27th April

Monday Whole school Liturgy - readings read by Miss Pluckrose

 

Monday 27th April 2020 - Morning Everyone!

Morning children and parents! I hope you had a lovely weekend and enjoyed the sunshine!

 

Time to get active!

P.E with Joe Wicks - Monday to Friday 9am live on YouTube - The Body Coach

 

 

Morning Prayer - Our Father

 

At school we prayer in the morning, before lunch and at home time. We thank God for the wonderful things we have and also ask him to protect us.

Please take time to pray with your family and build your faith with God during this time.

Here are two links for nice ideas for prayers.

https://www.catholic-kids.com/prayers.htm

 

This one seems nice and simple for children and parents and has a link to the rosary too. 

 

This is a link to the Catholic Church Bishops Conference of England and Wales.  They have a whole Coronavirus section with prayers as well as a link to live Mass and the Vatican.

 

                                        https://www.cbcew.org.uk/​

 

Let the learning begin….

 

What day is it?

What month is it?

What date is it?

What is the weather like?

What is the season?

What type of clothes should we wear in warm and cold weather?

What should we put on our skin to protect us from the sun?

 

Phonics

Practise saying the sounds everyday with your child

Set 1

a b c d e f g h I j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x w z sh ng nk th ch

Set 2

ay ee igh ow oo 00 ar or air ir ou oy

Set 3

ire ear ure ea aw are ur ow oi ai oa ew er

 

  • Practise holding a pencil correctly
  • Practise writing each letter correctly   
  • Practise writing words from 45 high frequency words for Reception
  • Playing with playdough strengthens pencil grip
  • Threading also helps for a better grip – threading laces through a shoe (if you don’t have any other threading resources)
    NO new SOUND to learn today:
  1. Recap sounds already learnt
  2. Take time to reflect about what you did over the weekend and be thankful for these things.
     
  3. Write about what you did over the weekend. Using your phonics to sound out each word. Spelling words phonetically is still correct!

 

 

 

Numbers

  • Count 0-20 - forwards and backwards
  • Practising writing the numbers 0-20 correctly
  • Practise putting numbers in order
  • Focus on number 15 - write number 15
  • Find and circle number 15 in a mixture of numbers
  • Show 15 by drawing 15 objects - for example draw 15 girls, count the girls and write number 15 beside it, draw 15 flowers, count and write number 15 beside it, do this 5 times (your child can pick objects they what to draw - girls and flowers are just my examples).

RWI Set 2 Sounds

English

  1. Read and or listen to the story: “Whatever Next!” - we will be doing work this week based on the story.
  2. Parents please explain and words your children do not know or understand.
  3. You could also read the story in your home language.

Whatever Next! (audio book version)

Sophie Thompson narrates Jill Murphy's all time classic, Whatever Next.

Maths

This week we will be learning about 3D shapes.

Words to learn:

3D shape, solid, height, width, depth, face, edge, vertex/vertices, point, straight, curved, cylinder, cube, cuboid, sphere, cone, pyramid

  1. Listen to the video about 3D shapes. Today we will be focusing on these shapes: cylinder, cube, cuboid. Say the names of the shapes.
  2. Can you find these shapes in your house?
  3. Can you make these shapes out of paper? Please keep the shapes for the weeks learning.
  4. What is the 3D shape called? Can you find any 2D shapes that make up the 3D shape?
    Challenge, if possible:
    Does the shape have vertices? Can you count the vertices (points)?

3D Shapes Song | Shapes for kids | The Singing Walrus

The Singing Walrus presents "3D Shapes Song" - an upbeat, funky music video that shows various three dimensional shapes.

3D Shapes Song for Kids | Learn about 3D shapes | Jack Hartmann

Five of the most common 3D shapes are the sphere, cylinder, pyramid, cube and cone. These 3D shapes are clearly shown, with examples of real-life 3D shapes.

Art

Make a rocket!

Use resources that you have at home. Empty boxes or bottles or whatever you have!You might want to use junk modelling/pencils/paint.

 

Daily Challenge

Draw a plate with your favourite food on it. Why do you like it?

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