Green Group Children
*If you feel your child could cope with more challenging tasks, please see the purple groups activities after completing the content below.*
- Making sets for numbers up to 5.
Pick a number. Can you find objects to make sets of that number? Make sets for numbers 1,2,3,4 and 5.
- Number formation 1 - 10.
Use your number line and whiteboard to practice writing numbers 1-10.
- Ordering numbers 1 - 7. Point to each number on the number line and say the number. Can you count up to 7 and back to zero?
- Ask your child to order different times of their day and talk about their routine.
- It is very important that children read every day. Your child has been allocated books suited to their reading level on Active Learn’s Bug Club. Please login and read these books!
- Please read these new HFW books, designed to help your child revise high frequency words (HFWs) learnt in class. Please re-read these books throughout the week to familiarise your child with common words.
- Story- Gingerbread Man- Watch the video below or read the book if you have it and use your reading strategies e.g. pointing parrot, lips the fish and eagle eye.
- Phonics: Practice writing the sounds c, k and e on your whiteboards. Use your jolly phonics card to practice doing the actions too.
- With your child watch the video below:
- Sequence a story: Use these pictures to help you and your child sequence the story. Try and use words such as First, Then/Next, Finally.
- CVC words:
- Writing: Ask your child to practice writing their own name on their whiteboards. Get them to focus on their pencil hold and letter formation.
1. Make or decorate your own gingerbread men
2. Try making your own name out of pasta or junk materials.
3. Pick 4 of your favourite books at home and go for a sound hunt!! You are looking for the letter x. For every x you find your adult owes you 1p.
4. Set up a treasure hunt around your house - make a map for child to follow - remember, X marks the spot for the treasure!!
5. Listen to this fun story about a troll and some pirates written by Julia Donaldson: