Nyewood CE Infant School
Smiling, Caring and Learning Together on a Journey with God
Monday 23rd March
Welcome to your first day of home learning. We hope you enjoy the activities set, but please remember that playing with your toys, helping out at home and chatting to others are also important activities.
In reading this week we will be focussing on the super six skill of Questioning. To help us answer questions, we need to get to know the story. Choose a fiction book from your book bag, folder or house and read it to your adult. Now retell it to your adult, brother/sister, cat or dog!
At the moment in Writing we will be focusing on writing letters. Last week we explored a range of letters and looked at their features. One of the skills we are practising to be able to write our letters is using different joining words to join two sentences together. Here are some challenges for you to practise this. Start at the blue challenge and then if you feel able to, challenge yourself with the yellow or the red!
Blue- Can you join two sentences using the word ‘and’? e.g. I have a blue coat and I have a red hat.
Yellow- Can you join two sentences using the words ‘because’ and ‘or’? e.g. I am going on holiday because I need a break.
Red- Can you join two sentences using the words ‘if’, ‘when’ and ‘so’? e.g. I will need to write to you again if I have changed my plans.
In mathematics today, we would like you to play the game below to practice making numbers using tens and ones. The activities below are at three levels, pick the level that you think is best for you.
Blue - Pick a number to 40, can you make the total using 10p and 1p coins?
Yellow Pick a number to 100, can you make the total using 10p and 1p coins?
Red – Pick a number above 100, can you make the total using £1, 10p and 1p coins?
Today’s topic lesson is about design technology.
Using your learning from our recent science/PSED lessons on food groups, can you create a shopping list of items you could use to make a healthy snack. What food groups are these items from? What makes it a healthy snack?