Good morning Reception!
How are you all today? I hope you enjoyed the activities yesterday. Thank you so much for all your hard work as always. I hope you all have a really wonderful day and I can't wait to see your blog posts. Please remember to complete the daily register - I would love to see more of your names on the list.
Take care, Miss Hand and Mrs. Barnett
Need to contact me? Please email - stroseR@olstrose.bham.sch.uk
Mass - Today at 10am
10.00 AM Mass 3rd February - St Blaise
We always start our morning by talking about the date and weather. We sing the days of the week song and we discuss the date - what day was it yesterday, what day is it today...tomorrow?
If yesterday was the 2nd, what is today? What is one more than 2... Perhaps you can talk about the date and weather at home.
There is a youtube link of the days of the week song and the months of the year song below.
Days of the Week song
Months of the Year Song
1. Handwriting - I wonder if you can practise writing this sentence - The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. (document below). It uses all the letters in the alphabet, so it is really useful!
2. Simple sentence - I wonder if you can write something about the picture? I wonder if you can think of your own sentence or perhaps you could write another ‘I can see’ sentence. I can see...
It is up to you! If this is a bit tricky, you could have a go at writing some sounds/words.
3. Word of the day - Take a look at today's word of the day and have a go at the activity if you are able to.
Today we are continuing our new story of The Three Little Pigs.
I have added the story powerpoint below and all the other resources you will need in one document.
Today I would like you to read the story and then have a go at matching the word or sentence to the picture. If the word is tricky, have a look at the initial (first) sound in the word. You also have a story word mat which can support you. You don't need to do them all, just do as many as you can.
Take a look at the slides below and if you are able to, have a go at this week's focus task - there a few different options.
Today we are learning about an artist called Giuseppe Arcimboldo. He was famous for creating imaginative portrait heads made entirely of objects such as fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish and books. Enjoy!
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