I hope that you are enjoying this new way of learning. I would LOVE to see some of the planets and aliens that you created last week.
This week is full of more amazing learning for you to enjoy!
This week, we will hear and learn ‘The Hundred Decker Bus’ by Mike Smith. We start the week by learning some features of buses. At the end of the lesson, we think about where we would like our bus to go.
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MONDAY: LESSON 1
In this lesson Miss Hughes will be working with you to identify the features of buses.
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MONDAY: LESSON 2
In this lesson, we listen to the story ‘The Hundred Decker Bus’ by Mike Smith. We talk about our favourite part of the story and consider why the bus driver wanted to choose a new route. After the lesson, we continue the adventure by drawing our favourite part of the story.
MONDAY: LESSON 3
In this lesson, we commit the story of The Hundred Decker bus (by Mike Smith) to memory. We draw a story map to remember the adventure that the bus went on. You can extend this lesson by using the map to act out the story to your teddy after the lesson.
TUESDAY: LESSON 4
Miss Hughes has had an exciting delivery! She has received a postcard and needs some help reading it. Use your phonics knowledge to help her read it. At the end of the lesson, draw the picture for your own postcard and we will write it tomorrow.
TUESDAY: LESSON 5
In this lesson, we write our postcards together by thinking carefully about what we want to say. Remember to ask your grown ups if you can send your postcard after the lesson to a friend or family member that you are missing. It will be a lovely surprise for them to receive it!
In today's first lesson, we will think about polite manners, specifically when we should use please and thank you. The key areas that this lesson links to are personal, social and emotional development, communication and language development and expressive arts and design.
Mrs Garrard will be teaching this lesson.
WEDNESDAY: LESSON 2
In this lesson, we listen to Fidgety Fish (by Ruth Galloway). We think about what animals live in the sea and how they survive. After the lesson, we make an ‘under the sea’ sensory bottle. This lesson links to Understanding the World.
Miss Hughes will be teaching this lesson.
WEDNESDAY: LESSON 3
In today's lesson, we will learn about different sea creatures and how they move in the water. Then we are going to have a go at being sea creatures as we swim through the sea! The three key areas that today's lesson links to are understanding the world, physical development and expressive arts and design.
Miss Sidenius will be teaching this lesson.
WEDNESDAY: LESSON 4
In today's lesson, we will combine different media in order to create a representation of an underwater cave. The three key areas of development that this lesson links to are expressive arts and design, physical development and understanding the world.
Mrs Garrard will be teaching this lesson.
WEDNESDAY: LESSON 5
In today's lesson, we will create our own sea creature beginning with a j... Can you guess what it might be? The three key areas that today's lesson links to are communication and language, expressive arts and design, and understanding the world.
Miss Sidenius will be teaching you this lesson.
Worksheets can be found at the end of the video by clicking on next in the bottom right hand corner of the screen.
These slides will take you through some tasks for the lesson. If you need to re-play the video, click the ‘Resume Video’ icon. Once you have finished all the tasks, click ‘Next’ below.
THURSDAY: LESSON 1
In this lesson we will find out what the word 'double' means by making and spotting doubles. Zara will be teaching you maths today.
THURSDAY: LESSON 2
In this lesson we will learn about what 'half' means by practising halving amounts.
THURSDAY: LESSON 3
In this lesson we will continue to practise halving.
FRIDAY: LESSON 4
In this lesson we will look at the relationship between double and half.
FRIDAY: LESSON 5
This lesson is a revision lesson. If you are watching with your child you can pause the lesson and talk through sections together. You can always go back and watch the lesson for that bit of learning again.