Good Morning Reception
How are you today?
This morning we are going to start a new story.
Have a look at the front cover (before reading the title).
What animal is in the picture?
What is the weather like?
Where is the polar bear?
How is the bear feeling?
What colour is the sky?
What do you think the story is going to be about? why?
What is the bear thinking? why?
Before you read the story
Your challenge for today is to do a bit of predicting.
I would like you to draw a polar bear and write what you think the story will be about or what will happen in the story.
I think the story is about a baby polar bear that gets lost in the snow.
Once you have completed your work, I would like you to read the story with your adult.
I have added a ppt with the story on below and a video too!
I look forward to reading your predictions.
Enjoy your morning.
Do not forget to join in with your phonics lesson today.
Mrs Martin's phonics group -11.30am
You will be looking at the trigraphs ‘air’ and ‘ure’ this week.
Miss Meacher's phonics group- 11am
You will be looking at the diagraph 'ng' and ‘ai’ this week.
Mrs Burn's phonics group -10.30am
You will look at the sound 'c' and 'k' this week.
I have added a phonics song for your warm-up and do not forget phonics play games.
Good afternoon Reception
Did you enjoy the story?
What did you think it was about?
This afternoon We are going to carry on with our number warm up.
I have added a video below for you to join in with.
Can you write your numbers as your adult calls them out?
Last week we were looking at 2D shapes and their properties.
We are going to continue with shapes this week.
Today and we are going to be looking at using shapes to make repeating patterns.
Have a look at the patterns below:
What shapes/colours will continue the pattern?
I have added a worksheet below with your work on and it is on the screen too. There is also a stretch challenge sheet for you to try if you think you can do it. Very Tricky!!
Can you make your own shape patterns?
See if you can make a tricky one for me to solve.
Below is a link to a game we know really well.
Which level can you do?
This afternoon I would like you to continue your Arctic research.
In our story the three bears lived in an igloo.
Your task is to make an igloo and see what you can find out about them.
We would normally have lots of fun with sugar cubes
(building igloos) in class.
What could you use to make an igloo?
It can be as big or as small as you like.
You could use material, cushions,marshmallows, card, cotton wool, paper, boxes, sugar cubes, play-do, Lego etc.
See how inventive you can be.
Don't forget to send in some pictures.