Don’t forget to write a comment or send pictures to the Interactive Learning Diary. I love seeing all the exciting home learning things you are doing!
Can you countdown with this rocket challenge?
Please practise the letters in your child’s name first. If confident try these letters next, s-a-t-p-i-n. The hardest formation is the anticlockwise motion which consists of letters a/s/o/c/d/f/g/q/. Or rather than write on the screen why not put some salt onto a plate or tray and your child writes in the salt.
Draw a picture of you either launching into space or moving about in space. Remember to use your triangle grip on your pencil. Add lots of details on your picture. Label what you can. How do you feel?
Make sure you give a because!
Astronauts do lots of experiments. Nursery children like to investigate too! Try some activities exploring gravity here. Some are easier than others to carry out. Make sure your child talks about what they can see happening!
Astronauts control computers. Coding is the ability to communicate orders to computers. Try this coding game!
a trickier game can be found on LGFL busy things/ nursery/ technology- Helicopter Rescue. You will need your LGFL login for this game it is attached to your folder, alternatively phone school for your login details.
We may be stuck in our homes at the moment but we can use our imaginations to go anywhere we want. So lets go on a space journey….10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 BLAST OFF!!!!!!!!!!
PE (Physical Education)
Let’s find out some space facts
I want to be an astronaut!
Time to use your imagination. Build a space rocket. Put on your space suit, graity boots and helmet. Can you countdown from 10…….Blast Off!! What will happen next!
1) Why don’t you draw a picture of your exciting journey, upload it to the Interactive Learning Diary.
2) Write your name on your work.
3) If you are beginning to use your letter sounds label your pictures, use your robot voice to help you hear as many sounds as possible. (Note to parents these labels do not have to be spelt correctly, we just want the children to have a go and link letters to sounds. Some sounds are easier to hear than others such as s/t/p/d/k-c/f so they may only hear one or two and that’s fine;)
On Fridays we focus on artistic and social skills. Today you will see a range of activities to support this area of learning. Have lots of fun and don’t forget to make comments on the comment box so that I know this blog is meeting your needs.
Also inside your school pack you will find your LGFL log in which gives access to lots of games to play. If you have not got your pack please phone the school office for your logins.
Start with a dance and a song!
Make up your own dance to this sea shanty
Tate Kids paint program
Can you make a pirate boat out of junk modelling, put a picture on the interactive learning diary.
If you don’t want to make a boat, choose something else to create. I look forward to seeing your models.
Today we will focus on speaking & listening, reading writing and phonics. We have two age brackets in our class some children will be leaving nursery in July others have another year so here are a range of activities, some easier and some harder.
Lets start with some rhyme!
Get your listening skills working here. If the word rhymes continue to do the action, if it doesn’t rhyme, ‘FREEZE’!