Good morning Reception Class Here is your learning for today -
I am learning to halve a number.
Children to count out an even number of counters up to 20. Using 2 plates, explain that they are going to share the counters equally (they may wish to share between toys). Explain to children that to halve something means to share equally between 2. Have the children halve the counters by saying ‘1 for you, 1 for you’ until all of the counters have been shared out. Children to then count how many are on one plate and check that there is the same amount of the other plate. Children to say back ‘half of __ is __’
I am learning to write labels.
Inuit people like to eat fish, wild berries, edible seaweed called ‘kuanniq’, seal, caribou, walrus, polar bears, even whales and sometimes Arctic foxes! Draw a plate to show what your favourite foods are, label them and then look how different they are to the things Inuit’s eat!
Green Group - Rag the Rat – Read pages 9, 10, 11
Comprehension questions –
Letters to practice - j, f, h, b, r, l
Hold a sentence – Rag the rat raps and taps the big top hat.
Red Group - Nog in the Fog – Grrrr! - Page 10
Comprehension questions -
Letters to practice – j, f, h, b, r, l
Hold a sentence – Mop can hop on Ted’s tum.
Blue Group - Letters to practice – j, f, h, b, r, l
Words to write – hog, log, jog, bed, red
Practice all sounds verbally.