Read and discuss the story of ‘Jack and the Beanstalk’. Jack found lots of exciting things when he went up the beanstalk.
Can you draw a big beanstalk for you to climb? Write a sentence about what you would like to find at the top of the beanstalk. It can be anything you like! Think big and exciting.
Today we are going to learn different ways to measure.
Draw around, decorate and cut out both of your hands. Use these to measure how long different items are in your home e.g. table, chair, settee, rug or bed. Remember to place your hand at the start of the item and place the bottom of your palm on your finger tips as you measure.
List the things you measure and write how many hands long they are?
Now use pieces of construction or building blocks (all the same size) to measure some other items for example book, drinks bottle, or cushion.
Can you make a beanstalk for Jack to climb? Label the leaves with numbers. How high does your number beanstalk go?
You can use anything you like to make your beanstalk. Kitchen roll holder, paint, paper, finger prints, wool etc.
Can you make some characters to act out the story of Jack and the Beanstalk?
Make a castle out of recycled materials. Design and make some characters for your fairytale land. Can you make your own fairytale story? What will happen? What are your characters names?
Mrs Smith has been busy in the kitchen. Follow her guide to baking the tastiest ‘Gingerbread Man’ ever.
Can you listen/watch the film of Pinocchio and make your own puppet. Instruction on our school website. If you do not have split pins you can use a paper clip.
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You can colour, collage, build using Lego etc. what ever you have in your house will do.
Can you build some houses for the three little pigs and act out the story? What happens when the wolf comes along?
Make some puppet characters to act out the story. You will need 3 little pigs and a big bad wolf!
Oxford Reading Owl – (Free ebooks)
Class code: oakfieldreception
Teach your Monster to Read – Phonics
TopMarks – Literacy games – select Early Years
PhonicsBloom – Phonic games (Phase 1-4)
Teach your child to read resources from BBC
ICT Games – Variety of phonic resources -Demonstrates how to say each sound correctly
TopMarks – number recognition games and counting
Math age 4-6
Monster Math’s Learning Games
Barnyard Games for Kids
Book Creator – Practice writing your sounds/numbers or draw a picture for a family member
ICT Games – Variety of number recognition games
Disco Dough – Early Years Emily – Exercises the muscles in your child’s hand to help support writing
Jack Hartman – Phonics
Calming Yoga for children
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