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Wk 4 Day 3 27.1.21

Wednesday 27th January 2021 


Morning Movement

Have a go at one of Joe Wick’s children’s workouts (see The Body Coach channel on youtube) or choose one of the activities from the ‘Be Active’ area on Remote Learning page. 



Recap yesterday’s trigraph ‘igh’ by watching Geraldine the Giraffe:


Introduce new tricky word ‘be’. Write the word on a piece of paper/whiteboard for your child to see. Explain that it is a tricky word so cannot be sounded out so we have to learn it by sight. Does it sound like any of our other tricky words? (me, we) 


Can you write the word ‘be’ in 5 different ways? You could write it in flour, on the ground with a wet brush, using chalk etc. 


Challenge: To write a sentence including the tricky word ‘be’. Can you also include our new trigraph ‘igh’? For example, The mug might be hot.



Thanks for being great detectives and finding clues to help us solve yesterday’s mystery! As some of you guessed, it was Goldilocks getting up to mischief in the Class R outdoor area! 


Detective Constable Niall McCloskey has asked for your help. Can you create a wanted poster to help the Police find her. You can use the template below or create your own. 

You will need to include:

-A picture of Goldilocks

- Her name 

-What was the crime? 

-Words or a short sentence to describe her e.g. She has blonde hair and … 

-You might like to include a reward for finding her. 


Please encourage your child to write phonetically (the words do not need to be spelt correctly as it is more important for your child to try to apply their Phonics knowledge). They can use the tricky word mats for support in writing any tricky words. 



Combining 2 groups


Watch Miss Levy’s Maths video on Teams. You can find it in the ‘Remote Learning’ channel under Files. For today’s task, you will find the activity sheet below. 


Forest School 

Today we are going to create some ice art.

You will need:

  • a plate, bowl or plastic container
  • ribbon/string
  • the natural items you have collected (leaves, twigs, flowers etc.)
  • a freezer 


Instructions to make it:

1.Head outside for a nature walk. Gather natural items for your ice art (e.g. leaves, twigs, flowers etc- choose things that are already on the ground.) 


2. Place your nature bits in a bowl or plastic container.


3.Add water. Leave some room at the top of the container to allow for the water to expand as it freezes. 


4.Place ribbon/string in the water. Make sure both ends are in the water to create a loop. 


5. Let your artwork freeze in the freezer.


6.Remove the ice art from your chosen container. Run under warm water to loosen if needed.


7.Hang it up! 



If time…



Choose one of the activities from the ‘Police Officer’ topic grid.  


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