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Monday 1st February

 Live Lessons this morning. 

 Victoria Park at 9.30am. 

 Thompson Park at 10am. 

Suggested activities for Monday 1st February

 

PLEASE CHOOSE 1 OR 2 OF THE ACTIVITES FOR EACH SUBJECT

We do not expect you to do them all

 

 

30 mins of reading time

  • Watch ‘Supertato’ on TEAMS
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QlaMeNmTG6c

 

 

30 mins of physical exercise 

  • Do the freeze dance! 

 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2UcZWXvgMZE&list=RD2UcZWXvgMZE&index=1

Maths activities  

  • Today is the first day of February! Let’s remind ourselves of the months of the year by singing along to this song.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=omkuE6Wa5kQ

  • Last week, we looked at Tally charts. Complete this Supertato tally.  
  • Evil Pea is causing trouble again!! Do you know which of these are correct? If they’re wrong, do you know the correct answer?

Literacy activities

  • Phonics- Today, we are looking at ‘x’.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9P_6PRIF9U

Practise writing the letter ‘x’. Here are some pictures of things that have ‘x’ in the word. Can you match the word to the correct picture?

 

  • Have you listened to the story of Supertato on TEAMS? Did you enjoy it? Tell me why or why not? What was your favourite part? Did you have a favourite character? Send a video of you answering these questions.
  • Write a list of vegetables you would find in a supermarket. Draw a picture of the vegetables too.

Creative activities

  • Motivational Monday- video of the day!

Here is a video that I love to watch. I love to join in with the singing and dancing. It always puts a smile on my face.

Penguin Dance | Brain Breaks | Jack Hartmann

The Penguin Dance is a super fun song for brain breaks. The Penguin Dance uses a growing pattern to teach left and right, following directions, listening ski...

Do you have a favourite Youtube video? Send it to your teacher! Mrs Leak and Miss Watson will pick the best one and put it on the website tomorrow to share with you!

  • Create your own vegetable superhero! It’s up to you how you create them:
  1. Use a real vegetable to create your superhero
  2. Draw or paint a picture
  3. Cut and stick items on to a picture to make a sensory picture-  e.g. foil for a cape!
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