WB - 08-02-21 Old MacDonald Had a Farm / Chinese New Year
Old MacDonald Had a Farm Home Learning Pack
Can you design your own farm? Which animals will you cut out and stick on your farm? Think about the sounds they would make in the rhyme.
Maths - Can you count how many animals are on each row and have a go at writing the correct number in the circle?
Story Time with Miss Whiston - following on from Children's Mental Health Week last week, this story is about being brave...can you think of a time that you have been brave?
Can you follow the pattern marks? I wonder if you could use some pattern marks to create your own animal? Remember you can print this sheet off from our class page on the school website if you wish (The Home Learning Pack listed at the top).
Can you sequence the rhyme to match the ‘Old MacDonald’ song that we practised yesterday? Can you remember the order?
Cut out the shapes and help to ‘fix the farm!’ What shapes do you see? Can you describe them as you fit them into the correct place?
Story Time with Mrs Steward
How creative can you be? What will you make?
Animal Facts – Shared Reading : With the help of your grown up, have a little read together of these animal facts. See what you can remember by answering the questions on the next page.
Can you write the number 3? Maybe, you can find 3 objects from around your home to represent number 3 too?
Following yesterday’s shared reading session, we disovered where milk and eggs come from…Can you remember? The answer is on the picture for you to check if you were correct! Can you think of anything else?
Did you get it right? Did you remember where we get milk from? Would you like to make a milkshake?
Milk is a dairy product, which are very good for helping to build strong teeth and bones! Here is a poster for you to decorate! What other dairy products can you spot?
Do you know where any of these other foods come from?
Can you practise writing the number 4? Can you get me 4 objects?
Can you remember the rhyme? Could you teach it to somebody if they did not know it? What animals would you choose to put on your farm and what animal sounds do they make?
Tomorrow (Friday 12th February 2021) is Chinese New Year. Can you have a think about what you already know about this celebration. Perhaps you could ask your family what they already know or do some research if you can get access to the internet. Can you draw me a picture of something you discover about Chinese New Year, perhaps you could begin using your initial sounds to represent what you have drawn?
Miss Whiston reading Little Red Riding Hood
Chinese New Year is the festival that celebrates the beginning of a new year on the traditional Chinese calendar. The first day of Chinese New Year begins on the new moon, and represents the end of winter and the beginning of the spring season.