|10:30am to 11:00am
Music with Mrs Stoker
PE with Mr Bath
There are no zoom sessions on Tuesday 23rd February 2021
Panjabi with Mrs Matharu
|Helping round the Home
Activity – Sorting recyclingTalk about what recycling is and why we do it. Lay out a range of clean recycling and talk about the different materials that the different items are made from. Sort them by type. Explain the different categories your local recycling requires the materials be sorted into. Work together to sort the recycling.
Wait for the recycling vehicles to arrive and watch what happens next to the rubbish. Make a junk model using recycling materials.
Watch Maddie Moate discussing recycling with Buster
Circle of Trust
My caring community
|Class learning set by the teacher
WALT: Say or sing finger rhymes.
Familiarise yourself with traditional finger rhymes (use websites below). Sing or say them together – if you are teaching them to your child, break the rhyme down, asking them to repeat each line after you.
lots on this site
Here’s the Church
One finger, One Thumb
WALT: Make a seasonal tree pictures using finger painting.
Divide the paper into 4 and in each section draw a similar tree shape with the brown pen. Include a thick trunk with thinner branches sticking out. Explain that you have drawn the same tree but during different seasons. Choose one and write ‘spring’ by it. Squirt some paint onto the plate. Ask your child to make blossom by pressing their finger into the paint and then making blossom prints around the branches. Repeat for summer, autumn and winter. (If you don’t have white paint, you could have festive tree lights instead of snow.)
|Communication & Language.
Memorising and performing.
WALT: Learn and tell jokes.
Have fun sharing some jokes. Talk about some of the different types of jokes, e.g. Knock Knock. The emphasis is on preparing these jokes to tell someone else, so it is fine to write these out for your child to help you both to remember them. Read these together and choose one or two that you think would go down well with your audience. Help your child practise the jokes, saying them clearly, with appropriate timing. They could build in some expression. some actions or find some props.
Help your child build a repertoire of jokes which they can perform to family and friends when they call. Create a joke book together. A huge database of jokes from the Beano
WALT: Create leaf, stone, wall and bark rubbings.
Choose a bumpy surface and talk about the texture. Encourage your child to run their fingertips over it and describe what they feel. Demonstrate how to create a rubbing by holding the paper in place on the bumpy surface and rubbing firmly over it with the side of a crayon. Discuss what happens and explore how a light touch doesn’t show on the paper and pressing too hard creates a harsh, uneven effect. Explore other potential surfaces to create a rubbing from, allowing your child to explore and experiment. Explore different surfaces of the same object, e.g. sides of a leaf
Please see video
|Understanding the World
Topic – People who help us (Police Officers)
WALT: Understand what a police officer does.