Good Morning Reception
I hope you are all enjoying your family time, alongside home learning.
I have a Tuesday morning challenge for you, are you helping with chores in your house?
Lets see how many points you can earn doing chores!
Here are some ideas:
1 Point-Get dressed with minimal parental help
1 Point-Bring their things from the car to the house
1 Point-Pick up their toys
1 Point-Wash hands
2 Points-Set the table with supervision
2 Points-Clear the table with supervision
2 Points-Help a parent prepare food
2 Points-Help a parent carry in the lighter groceries
2 Points-Sort colors for the laundry
3 Points-Match socks after clothing is washed
3 Points-Answer the phone with parental assistance
3 points-Dust with supervision
3 points- Hang up towels in the bathroom
4 points-Clean their room with supervision
4 Points-Clean floors with a dry mop
How many points will you earn today?
This week we will be recapping the diagraphs-ch/sh/th/and ng.
Can you read the ch words and sentences?
Can you go on a ch hunt at home. Try and spot these things. chin/cheek/chain/cheese (get an adult to help you). Can you find or think of anymore?
Day 7 Writing Easter Basket - What will I put in my basket?
Watch the video below and follow the instruction carefully to make your basket. You do not need a paper cutter or even coloured paper. You can cut paper strips with scissors and draw patterns/shapes on the strips. Ask your child why they think we have made this basket. Explain that tomorrow we will be making something special to put inside our basket.
Ask your child: What do you think I will put in my basket tomorrow?
Now here is the writing part
A little secret:
Parents you will need some ingredients for tomorrow - these are items that you are likely to have in your house.
Good Morning Foundation.
As the weather is changing, let's do a weather chart to record the changes.
Talk about what the weather is like each day.
Is it cold, warm, hot, windy, sunny, raining, hailing, foggy. Is there a rainbow outside?
You can have a go at drawing your own weather chart or print the one attached.
After completing the chart have a go at writing your findings.