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Home Learning 3rd February


               Good Morning Reception 



How are you this morning? 


We have been investigating polar bears this week and we now have lots of facts about polar bears. 


Can you tell your adult the interesting facts you found out from yesterday? 


Today I would like you to write some sentences using your polar bear facts.


Remember to start your sentence with a capital letter, use finger spaces to separate each word and finish it with a full stop. 


Maybe you could put two facts together and use a conjunction (and, but, because) to join them together. 



Polar bears have a small head and a big body.


How many sentences can you write? 


Don't forget to finish it off with a picture of a polar bear. smiley








Do not forget to join in with your phonics lesson today.

I have added your warmup song (below).


Mrs Martin's phonics group -11.30am

Cancelled today. 

Your challenge is to continue to work on the 'er' digraph. Look at the images below:

Can you read the words, pick the correct one and write it down?

Pick two of the pictures to write a sentence or a question about.

Example: Can you put on a jumper in winter?





Miss Meacher's phonics group- 11am

Cancelled Today

I would like you to continue working on the 'igh' trigraph. Have a look at the sheet below. Can you write the words for each picture?

Then pick one picture to write a sentence about.

Adults- the pictures are light, night, fright, right.




Mrs Burn's phonics group -10.30am

You will look at the sound 'e.' and digraph 'ck.' this week.


Have a lovely morningyes

Mrs Martin



Phonics Blending Song CVC Words and More

Good Afternoon Reception


How did you get on with your sentences this morning?


This afternoon we are going to continue with our addition work. 

Yesterday, we used counters or objects to work out the answers.

 I would like you to continue working out the answers to the sums below or use one of the sheets from your pack.



Adults- the children are all at different points in their maths so pick a few of the ones below that are at their level. 


5+2 =                 15+5=                  25+3=                 

7+5=                  13+2 =                15+6=                  

9+3=                  11+9=                  20+10=                

10+10=              12+6=                  21+7=        

6+4=                  18+3=                  23+5=

1+7=                  16+7=                  26+4=



If you are feeling confident you can try to find the answer by counting on in your head like we have done in class before. yeslaugh


Good Luck!

Let's Get Fit | Version 3 | Count to 100 | Exercises for Kids | 100 Days of School | Jack Hartmann

Final challenge


What other animals live in the Arctic?


Have a look at the ppt below and find out about the different animals that live in the Arctic.


You can either.

Draw and label them. 

Colour the Arctic animals on the sheet below.







Have a lovely afternoonsmiley

Mrs Martin heart