Lansdowne

Primary School

Relationships. Wellbeing. Achievement.

# Monday 11th January

Suggested activities for Monday 11th January

PLEASE CHOOSE 1 0R 2 OF THE ACTIVITES FOR EACH SUBJECT

We do not expect you to do them all

Our book of the week is Oliver’s Vegetables by Vivian French

You can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UcxnE4Xh0-g

30 mins of physical exercise

Maths activities

• Count to 10 forwards and backwards
• Can you perform these number rhymes: One potato, two potato/ 12345, One I caught a fish alive
• If you’re confident at adding one more can you find one less? Eg.  One less than 7 is 6
• Can you make a sensible estimate up to 10 and understand that this can be checked by counting. Choose 10 sweets/ lego pieces etc. Ask someone to put some in their hand. You make a guess eg 5 then check by counting them. How many times can you estimate and be correct?
• What shapes can you see below. How many circles? How many squares? How many triangles?  Draw your own shape pizza.

Literacy activities

• Oliver travelled to grandpa’s house on the bus. Have you been on a bus? Talk to someone about how you like to travel – car, bus, bike, plane etc. Send us a video of you explaining how you like to travel.
• Oliver said he didn’t eat vegetables. Do you like vegetables? Can you describe a vegetable you like?  Eg Peas are small, sweet and green. You can write or talk about them
• How many words can you think begin with o – Have a look at this Alphablock video  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=okVh6PE2iKw
• Have fun writing the letters o with a carrot. Dip the tip of a carrot in paint - just like this;

• Can you read it , make it , write it  - Try these words       at cat sat hat rat fat

Creative activities

• Be brave like Oliver and try a vegetable you’ve never eaten before. Tell a grown-up/send us a video/write about it. Use your senses. What does it feel like? Look like? Taste like? Smell like? Sound like? ( crunchy etc.)
• Vegetables are healthy foods and we should eat lots of them. Can you tell someone what other foods are healthy and some that are not. Perhaps they can write a list for you. Maybe mum or dad will let you raid the cupboards and you can make a list with real foods
• Play this healthy eating game http://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/healthy_eating/eng/Introduction/Plenary.htm
• To be healthy you should eat 5 fruits and vegetables a day. Can you draw 5 that you like.
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