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3rd March - Wednesday

Good morning Reception. Welcome to Wednesday

Let's start our day by getting active. here is this week's PE for you. I hope you enjoy the sessions - Dance this week!

PE session

Here is a link to a warm-up game – It may be one to play with someone in your family.  Watch the clip and then have a go.  This is the warm-up.

I have attached a lesson plan below for you –

Here is the video link to help you visualise the session. Session 3 of Dance.

Session 1



Now we have worked through our letters we are going to use them to create words beginning with gggg

Here are a few to start you off.

Gate, goat, got… can you think of some more?

Session 2 - Zoom session

Communication Language and Literacy

Today I am going to read some of the pages from Rumble in the Jungle. I have added the pages below as separate PDF’s for you – in case you need a reminder. 

Your task today: Choose an animal from today’s selection- a chance for you to get arty – can you recreate /your animal – draw, paint, make… then can you think of some words to describe your animal? Do your words rhyme?

I have added some Rumble in the Jungle resources - just for fun!



Session 3 - Zoom session 2


Today’s focus is comparing numbers within 10.

We are continuing with Building 9 and 10.

Here is the White Rose link  - just in case!

Let’s start with our number line – spot the mistake.  What do you notice?

We will work through some of the problems with the number line.

Today we are going to look at sorting numbers into groups.  There is so many words involved in maths – in todays session we are looking at more and fewer.

More – greater and bigger

Smaller – less and fewer.

Altogether is also used as a total number or equals.

Number and numeral are also used.


We are going to sort dominoes into groups of those that equal the same as 6 , then more than 6 and less then 6.


Your task today after the session – use a dice and some dominoes to sort your dominoes into groups.  The dice is for you to establish the central number.

So, for example: if you roll a 4 this is your central number. Then you will be able to sort your dominoes into those that are more then 4, less than 4 and the same as 4.

Have fun!

Session 4

Physical Development / Expressive arts and design

I have added a collection of ‘How to draw’ PDF sheets in the Jungle resources in the tab on the left– can you have a go at drawing a Jungle animal. Can you follow the step-by-step instructions?