How was your VE Day? Did you have a street party? Let me know if you did anything special?
Phonics - listen to the video (TWINKL or Letters & Sounds)
Practise hand-writing the sound. Write on the lines in your book - no wibbly wobbly letters!
How many words can you write using that sound?
Literacy - listen to the story about The Very Busy Spider by Eric Carle. We have listened to a lot of his stories so far.
Draw a spider's web in your book. Write a sentence (sentences) about the pesty fly.
Is the pesty fly going to get caught by the spider?
What's going to happen next?
Ask an adult or a sister/brother to help you find out about spiders on the internet. Spiders are amazing!
A song about There's a spiders on the floor is
Can you sing it?
Numeracy - Under, over and through!
Practise writing your numbers 0 to 10. Some of you can practise to 20.
White Rose Maths https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/
Unleash your inner spiderman by making your own web. You could use tape or string to make it a 3-D web. (See the activity below about making a web)
How will you connect it? How will you have to move to design your web? Can you go under, over and through? How long did it take you?
Activities - We're going on a spider hunt! (You dont need to catch a big one!)
How many webs can you spot? Count them. Then see how many spiders you can find? Whilst you were spotting spiders did you see any other insects? Any pesty flies?
Make a web! Find 4 twigs and make a frame. An adult or a big sister or brother can help join the twigs together with string , wool etc.
Use wool, string etc to wind around the frame to make a web.
Can you see any triangles as you make your wen? Count them.
Can you spot any other shapes? Circles, squares, rectangles etc?
Make a chart and record how many shapes you can find.
Make a spider! What are you going to use?
Our story today is Spinderella by Julia Donaldson