Hope you are all keeping safe and healthy at home.
We are missing seeing all your happy, smiling faces.
Please see today’s phonics video (posted at 10.00 am)
Story of the week: What the ladybird heard by Julia Donaldson
1. Listen to the story. Can you spot the rhyming words?
2. Draw and label the animals from the story.
Draw or paint some ladybirds. Give each ladybird 10 or 5 spots.
How many spots on one side, how many on the other?
Talk about the calculation on both sides of the ladybird.
Can you record your number sentences?
There are 4 spots on one side and 6 spots on the other side. There are 10 spots altogether.
There are 8 spots on one side and 2 spots on the other side. There are 10 spots altogether.
Each ladybird must have the same amount of spots on each side.
How many different doubles can you make?
Double 6 equals 12 or 6+6=12
Double 2 equals 4 or 2+2=4
Don’t forget to keep adding to your teddy diary!
Make ladybird biscuits – yum yum!