Good Morning Reception. Welcome to Wednesday's learning. I hope you are enjoying Oliver's Vegetables this week.
There are lots of lovely stories online and I'm sure on your book shelves about growing and planting. We are going to be looking at some of them over the next few weeks, so you might want to keep some of them in reserve...The tiny seed, The very Hungry Caterpillar, Jack and the beanstalk and information books about growing. There are lots of others available...
Here is your learning for the day...
Personal Social and Emotional Development
Play your turn taking game again today. How did you feel when someone else won? (if they did?)
To do your daily work out – Joe Wicks / Yoga / your family favourite.
Communication Language and Literacy
Read Oliver’s Vegetables again today – can you retell the story can you remember what he eats in the right order?
Write your favourite part of Oliver’s vegetables –
"My favourite bit is when he finds the Spinach leaves. They are so big! It reminds me of cooking nice dinners, I like putting spinach in curries. " Said Mrs Hodge.
Can you start your sentence with : I like... / My favourite part is ...
Can you say why it is your favourite?
Maths - Shape Space and Measures
Another song for you to start with today...
Use the song of pink, pink, green (this is an AAB pattern)
Can you make your own AAB pattern?
Can you make an ABB pattern?
Patterns could be made indoors or outdoors – paper / Lego/ blocks / beads / pasta / leaves / stones etc…
A little bit extra to try – Some songs have great clapping rhythms – We will Rock you by Queen – has a particularly good one to copy. Give it a go!
You can add your finishing touches to your garden. Maybe some of the ideas from this week’s story could be added!