I hope you have had a good week.
Once again we have provided a range for you to choose from, you do not and we do not expect you to do it all. You can choose your own challenge within the activities from;
MUST = an activity you should be able to complete independently
SHOULD = an activity you might need some support with
COULD = an activity which is likely you will need support from an adult or older sibling with
We have then also included some extension activities. These are activities which you may choose to undertake instead of the MUST, SHOULD and COULD or as well as. Which we will continue to do every day.
Every day you will be sent English, Maths and Foundation Subject activities.
If you would like some support, feedback on what you have completed or to talk to a teacher about your learning please email email@example.com requesting a call and a teacher will telephone you either that day or the next between 9.30am and 12pm.
Thank you for sharing your learning with us. We have been so amazed with what you have already achieved, so please do keep emailing examples in (scans, photos etc) and we will get back to you with some feedback about your learning, sometimes including some next steps or questions.
Below are some learning activities for today.
Learning Objective/Focus: To create your own ending for the story.
Main input (explanation): Using the child’s chosen story talk about different ways the story could end.
Activities: MUST – Draw a picture to show how you would make the story end.
SHOULD – Write labels and captions for your picture. Don’t forget to use capital letters for names.
COULD – Write a description about what is happening in your picture.
Extension Activity Ideas: Create letter stones or cards and use them to build words.
Learning Objective/Focus: To introduce the subtraction symbol.
Main input: Talk to your child about what subtraction means (to take away). Show them the subtraction symbol and ask them to practice writing it in the
air with their finger.
Activities: MUST – Using small countable objects ask your child to read and complete these subtractions.
SHOULD – Create your own subtractions and write the subtraction sentences.
COULD – Can you write the number sentences for these word problems and
If you have 10 sausages in a pack and you cook 4 of them, how many
would you have left in the packet?
I have 7 iced buns 4 of the buns have a cherry on top, how many do
Jason started with 9 toy cars he gave some to Brenda. Now he has 7
toy cars left. How many did he give to Brenda?
Extension Activity Ideas: Collect some objects count how many you have. Practice writing the numeral. How many would you have if there was one more? How many would you have if there was one less?
Learning Objective/Focus: Promote mental wellbeing.
Main input: Talk to the child about things that make them feel happy and share what makes you feel happy. Or you could talk about things you
would like to do or look forward to doing when things are more
normal. The child then uses their happy thoughts or wishes to create a ‘joy jar’ or wish jar.
Activities: MUST – Use pictures or mementos of things that make them feel happy.
SHOULD – Draw pictures of things that make them feel happy.
COULD – Write each thing that makes you feel happy on a piece of paper
(post-it notes could be used).
Extension Activity Ideas: Make up your own cheerful song or rap about things that make you feel happy.
Learning Objective/Focus: To sort materials by properties.
Main input: Go on a materials hunt around the house and garden. Find a selection of objects made from different materials.
Activities: MUST – Sort the objects into groups of materials they are made from. SHOULD – Sort the objects by properties i.e. hard, soft, bendy
COULD – Sort the materials into recyclable and non-recyclable. Extension Activity Ideas: Choose two objects made from different materials and compare their similarities and differences.
Wishing you an amazing weekend.