• Mrs German

CLASS RA HOME LEARNING 28.04.2020


Good morning Reception Class,

I hope that you had a chance to do the work that I set for you yesterday and that you enjoyed doing it.

The first thing that I want you to do today is get someone to read you the story of Little Red Riding Hood again. Try to join in with the parts of the story that you know. Once you have read it, I want you to write the next 2 pages of the story in your own words:

Red Riding Hood meets a wolf…

The Wolf makes a plan…

Remember to use the word map to help you with the spelling and draw a beautiful picture to go with each part of the story. You can write on the back of the sheet if you fill the page. Take your time because these pictures need to be really carefully drawn and coloured.

The next writing activity that I want you to do is the activity that says ‘Little Red Riding Hood Description Sorting.’ Cut out the words and stick them next to the right character. You will probably need some help with this activity as some of the words will be too hard for you to read.

Now I want you to write a rhyming string. Look at this one that I have done for you. I tried to think of lots of different words that rhyme with pig:

pig

wig

big

dig

fig

jig

tig

See how many words you can think of that rhyme with red

red

Next, in the orange book, draw a story map for the Little Red Riding Hood story from the beginning when her mummy asks her to take a cake to Grandma right up to the end where the woodcutter kills the Big Bad Wolf with his axe. Here is a story map from the story of the Three Little Pigs:

Can you see how all of the parts of the story have been drawn in the right order? In this version of the story, the Big Bad Wolf runs away and the Little Pig doesn’t kill him. This is a much kinder version of the story than the one we read last week! Hopefully seeing this will help you to draw a story map of this week’s story. You can colour it in too.

Maths – Today I would like you to make some number cards with all of these even numbers on:

2 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20

Choose one of the numbers and get the same number of counters. Then divide the counters into two to equal piles to find out what half is. I have done the first one for you.

Half of 2 is 1

Draw all of your counters in the orange book and write the number sentence that goes with it. Now you do all of the other numbers from 4 up to 20.

There are quite a lot of activities here to keep you very busy today but if you want to do some more home learning, then choose another activity from the Art Activities, Building and Modelling, Exploring and Measuring, Helping Round the Home, Make Believe and Play or the Movement sheets.

Also I would like you to watch a Read, Write Inc lesson on YouTube. Here is the timetable so you can see what time they are on.

Draw all of your counters in the orange book and write the number sentence that goes with it. Now you do all of the other numbers from 4 up to 20.

There are quite a lot of activities here to keep you very busy today but if you want to do some more home learning, then choose another activity from the Art Activities, Building and Modelling, Exploring and Measuring, Helping Round the Home, Make Believe and Play or the Movement sheets. Also I would like you to watch a Read, Write Inc lesson on YouTube. Here is the timetable so you can see what time they are on.


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