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Hello for the last time this academic year.

We just wanted to write a little note to say how much we have missed having you in school. We have missed your chatter and creativity. The school has been a very strange place without you. We are incredibly proud of all the activities you have done at home. Some of you have learnt to ride a bike and tried activities that you have never done before.

We have loved the work that you have sent us and especially the photos where we can see you smiling and enjoying your special time at home. 

It is very strange not to be able to say goodbye to you in person. We wish you a safe and happy summer holiday. 

This is an activity that Mrs lamb in FS2 has found for us to do, I hope you enjoy it.

Take care Mrs Cox, Miss Poole and Miss Eyley.

 

 

Home Learning w/c 20th July

Make a Lockdown Time Capsule

Create a ‘Lockdown Time Capsule’ to store away for the future or bury in your garden. There are many things you could include; below are some ideas and a link for some printable sheets:

  • A letter to whoever opens your capsule.
  • A newspaper clipping or print a news article from the Internet.
  • Drawings or photos.
  • Evidence of games or activities you did as a family.
  • Some diary entries.
  • A record of any special memories (for example: Clap for Carers).
  • Handprint or tracing of everyone in the family
  • A 2020 dated coin.
  • A couple of bits of clean toilet paper and a hand wipe (reminding you of how people were panic buying)

 

Gather everything together and place safely in a shoebox or something similar. You could also create a map and a set of instructions for whoever 'digs up' the capsule in the future.

 

 

Hello, Hope you are all staying safe. 

I will Keep renewing the homework challenges.

If you would like any help or would like to contact me during this school closure please use my email and I will get back to you ASAP. 

Mrs Cox 

hcox@intakefarm.notts.sch.uk 

29/07/2020

This week we will be looking at sports and the Olympics.

We have some home challenges for you to complete with your family.

Can you run the egg and spoon race?

How far can you jump, can you measure how far using a household object for example dad can jump 10 tin cans, mum can jump 12 tin cans ...

Can you run a relay race using all the members of your family, time it and run it again and see if you can do it faster.

Discus throwing - using a plastic or paper plate. Again measure how far they went.

Don't forget to make your own mascot, we would love to see pictures of them. 

 

This week I have some activities to print off - if you do not have a printer please contact school and we will do a pack for you to pick up or we can deliver them to you. 

 

Stay safe and have fun. 

 

 

Peppa Pig - Sports Day (15 episode / 2 season) [HD]

It is Sports Day at Peppa's playgroup and lots of special events are due to take place. Daddy Pig tells Peppa that winning is not important - it is taking pa...

15/6/2020

 

This week we are looking at people who help us.

 

We have a story to read. This is about Charlie the Firefighter 

 

In your writing I would like you to write a sentence (using the sounds and letter shapes that you know)  about a person that has helped you whilst you have been staying safe at home.

 

In maths you have to colour the correct amount of people. If you can not print the page off can you collect that many objects from around your house.

 

There is a people who help us home challenge. I would really like to see the emergency vehicles that you make.

Charlie the Firefighter | Twinkl Originals Children's Book Reading

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People who help us

People who help us writing frame and colour and count

The Very Hungry Caterpillar - Animated Film

In the internationally acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a tiny caterpillar eats and eats...and eats his way through the week. Taken from The Very Hungry ...

8/6/2020

Food theme week 

This week we are looking at food. I  have decided that we will read the book The Hungry Caterpillar.

 

Reading - We will be looking at the letter C. Have a look in your food cupboard. What food can you find beginning with C or with a C in it e.g. crumpet and apricots.

 

Writing - Keep a daily dairy of what you eat for your dinner each day and write it like the caterpillar story. On Monday I ate chicken and pasta. On Tuesday I ate fish and rice.

 

Number - We are looking at the number 7. Watch the numberblocks number 7. On your daily work can you spot number 7s around the area?. Get 7 cans or food items out the cupboard. can you split the cans into 2 different piles and still make 7 e.g 3 cans + 4 cans = 7 cans 

 

Understanding the world - Can you make a cake? 

 

 

 

Pet theme week  1/6/2020

 

Listen to the story read by Julia Donalsdon called The Odd Pet 

 

What kind of pet would you like? Could you make one up? for example a Hamog a hamster and a dog combined so it is small enough to carry around but does tricks and follows instructions. Write and draw this in your homework book.

 

We are looking at the number 10. Watch numberblocks number 10. Can you find 10 different things in your garden? e.g. flower, grass, ball ...

 

Can you draw write the numbers 1 - 10 with water on your drive, patio or pavement. Can you jump on them and say their name before they disappear? 

 

Zog had 10 eggs, can you decorate an egg shape and give it arms and legs? What would you call your Zog?

 

How to care for a pet.

Can you write a list of 5 things we need to do when we have a pet?

 

Have a look in your food cupboards can you find any labels that begin with the letter p for pet? 

 

Show me a picture of your pet if you have one. Tell me all the things you like to do with your pet? 

 

 

 

Story time: The Odd Pet by Julia Donaldson | Oxford Owl

Circus themed week 11/5/2020

 

Hope you are all well and staying safe.

This week I will be ringing you and having a catch up with you and your grown ups. I can't wait to talk to you all.

 

Letter of the week C. 

Can you find 7 things in your house or garden that begin with C? 

 

Number of the week 7 

Find 7 toys, can you write the numbers 1-7 ?

Can you move your toys around e.g. 3 on the bed and 4 on the floor and it still makes 7 , or 2 on the bed and 5 on the floor and it still makes 7?

 

Listen to the story Night Night Circus. can you write down in a list all of the animals in the story?

 

Can you paint, draw or make a model of one of the animals in the story?

 

Can you find out a fact about one of the circus animals? Where do they come from? What do they eat?

 

Can you be part of the circus? Can you juggle with some balls? Can you balance on one leg? Can you ride your bike or scooter around in a big circle?

 

 

Nighty Night Circus - a lovely bedtime story app for kids

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Space Themed Activities and VE Day 

week beginning 4th May 2020

 

Listening and attention 

Listen to the book If I were an astronaut. (see below)

Can you answer these questions?

How many space suits were there?

Can you read upside down?

What food did they eat?

How do you become an astronaut?

Get your grown up to write the answers in your homework book, or write them in an email and send them to me.

 

Reading 

Have a look around your house can you spot the letter a in any words or labels. e.g baked beans has 2 a's in the word .

How many can you find? 

 

Writing 

write your name 5 times 

write a sentence about the story.

 

Number 

count down to blast off, can you count forwards and backwards to 10?

Can you draw a hopscotch outside and do moon jumps from one number to the other?

 

Shape, space and Measure 

Can you make a rocket? 

You can draw one on a piece of paper or make a 3D one.

 

Science 

Dancing Milk 

 

VE Day

 

We are celebrating VE day on Friday .

Can you make a Union Jack to wave in your street on Friday?

Don't forget to send me a picture if you are celebrating VE day.

I have attached a VE Colouring sheet for you to print off and colour. (see below)

I have attached a very simple video link about VE Day. 

 

EAD

We are missing you all very much and would like to see a drawing of you drawn by you with your name on it. I know you are all fabulous at drawing.

Mrs Cox, Miss Poole and Miss Eyley.

 

If I was an Astronaut

EYFS / KS1 VE Day

Free and safe and happy!

VE Colouring

Week beginning the 27/4/2020

 

As a school we have decided to look at different topics every week. This week we are looking at the jungle.

 

Listening and attention 

I would like you to listen to the story of Elmer the elephant read by the author David McKee. (Story below)

 

Reading 

Can you retell the story that you have listened to to a grown up?

Can you tell them what was your favourite part of the story?

 

Writing 

Elmer was a special elephant. Can you write in a sentence, using letter shapes and the phonemes you can hear what makes you special? Ask your grown up they will know why you are special, perhaps it is because you always give good cuddles, or you help tidy things away, or you bake the best cakes.

 

Number and shape.

Can you use squares of paper to make your own Elmer 

How many red?

How Many blue?

How Many green?

How many yellow?

How many squares did you use all together?

Stick it in your homework book or take a picture and send it to me on my email above.

 

Understanding the world 

Can you find out where elephants live? 

What do elephants eat?

What other animals live in the jungle with elephants?

Draw and label the animals.

 

I would really like to see your work and celebrate it here at school. Looking forward to seeing your challenges soon

Mrs Cox 

Time for Storytime: David McKee reads Elmer

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Week beginning 20/4/2020

Good Morning. 

I hope you managed to enjoy the sun during the Easter holidays and that the Easter Bunny found your house.

 

This half term we will be looking at the topic of water. 

 

Writing 

This week I would like to you to think about where we find water. Can you make a list?

Write it in your homework book ( if you have no space left in your book please ring school and we can arrange to get you one)

 

Reading 

Have a look through your books at home, read with your grown up one about water. It could be a pirate book or about animals that live in the sea. Send me a picture of you reading your favorite water book. 

 

Number 

The number we are going to concentrate on is the number 1 - listen to the numberblocks number one song. Can you then roll a dice and find one more than the number you have rolled, you could use your toy cars or teddies to help you. It would be great if you could send me a photo of you doing your one more activity.

 

Understanding the World

Take the washing up bowl outside, can you find which objects around you float and sink. Draw in your book 2 things that float and 2 that sink. Ask the question why did they float?

 

Art

Can you make a boat to float in your washing up bowl or bath. Take a picture and send it to me so we can put it on the home learning wall.

 

 

Homework Challenge 1/4/2020

 

Can you draw an Easter basket and put eggs in for everybody who lives in your house?

Can you label the eggs with your family names?

Take a picture and send it to me on my email which is at the top of this page.

Homework Challenge 27/3/2020

 

Reading and Writing 

listen to the story of Handa's surprise again. Can you make a list of the different fruits that you heard in the story. 

 

Art 

Can you draw your favourite fruit. I would like to see it. Get your grown up to take a photo and send it to my email address. I will then be able to show your drawings on this page.

I look forward to seeing them. 

 

 

Fruit drawing

Homework Challenge  26/3/2020

 

Reading and Writing 

Read the story Handa's Surprise, or watch on the link below.

Tell your grown up which part of the story you enjoyed the most. 

Have a go at writing/ mark making a sentence about the story.

 

Can you take a photo of your writing and send it to me on the above email address?

I look forward to reading them.

Mrs Cox 

HANDA'S SURPRISE

Homework Challenge 25/3/2020

 

Watch the numerblocks number 8, join in the song ( I know it's one of your favourites )

Where can you find the number 8 in your house?

Draw 8 apples in your book. 

Homework challenge 24/3/2020

 

How many challenge  

Can you count how many steps there are from:

The front door to your bedroom?

 

The kitchen to the living room?

 

The bathroom to the kitchen?

 

Your bedroom to the Living room? 

Have a go at recording the answer in your book

 

Listening challenge 

listen to one of the cbeebies bedtime stories and tell your grown up which part you like the best.

 

 

Homework Challenge 23/3/2020

 

Shape challenge 

Can you find around your house different shaped objects? Write/draw them in your homework book.

2 square

2 circle 

2 triangle 

2 rectangle 

 

Reading Challenge 

Read a book with your grown up

 

Writing challenge 

Write your name and a have go at writing your friends name in your book  

 

Homework 19/3/2020

 

Can you keep a weather chart for week?

Draw and write the weather in your homework book.

 

Write your name in your book pinching your pencil at the bottom.

 

Read a story with your grown up, talk about your favourite  character. 

Home challenge 18/3/2020

 

Can you find 6 things that start with the letter l and write a list in your homework book?

 

Can you make find 3 toys and put them in order of size?

 

Can you write your name? Remember to pinch your pencil at the bottom.

 

Outside activities

Fun in the Autumn leaves.
Making a water rocket during science week.
A visit to the Post Office.
Posting a letter.
Den making in our outdoor area.
Finding a way out the den.
Through the tunnel that the children made.
Enjoying the see-saw.

Displays

We are learning the names of shapes
Letters and sounds display, h for house.
We painted pictures of ourselves.
We learnt about the sense of touch.
We talked about sharing using this story.
The role play area
Elmer
Our memory quilt.
Little Red Riding Hood writing display.

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