Daily Mile: Exercise for 15 minutes – be creative and find exciting ways to exercise! Try your best to get the family involved.
Count to 10, 20, 50 and 100 (depending on the group you are in) – forwards/backwards and in 2’s, 5’s and 10’s.
Adults, write down a sequence of numbers, ask the children to look away and cover one, two or three numbers before asking them which numbers are covered (quick-fire answers).
Complete the following worksheets:
Group 1: To complete missing number sequences to 10.
Group 2: To complete missing number sequences to 20.
Group 3: To know more than/less than two-digit numbers (more than/less than two-digit number worksheet - page 2).
Group 4: To add and know more than/less than two-digit numbers (more than/less than two-digit number worksheet - page 3).
Review the worksheets and guide the children to self-correct by using the methods they know.
Literacy: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Read chapter 17 – Augustus Goes up the Pipe.
Write your own song sang by the Oompa-Loompa’s.
Watch the following video:
Group 1: one verse.
Group 2 & 3: two verses.
Group 4: three verses.
Sing your version of the song to members of your household and teach them the words.
Extension: Make an Oompa-Loompa dance up to match your song (consider which your you can perform for specific words/phrases).
Use the word lists for support.
Group 1: Make a list of as many words as you can containing the sound - ‘oi’ challenge.
Handwriting: complete one page of the handwriting booklet below.
Read through slides 6 and 7 about Anglo-Saxon jobs. Use your computer to research Anglo-Saxon jobs. Pick one job and complete a ‘Job Advert Poster’ which includes: main duties (tasks to complete at work) and key qualities (must be good at)
All groups to complete a ‘Job Advert Poster’ using the following bordered paper:
Enjoy the lessons and activities!