Wednesday 20th January

Good Morning, 

 

Today is Wednesday! 

 

If you can join us at 9.15am for our live Teams meeting we will be very happy to see you.

 

Today we are going to be doing ...

 

Phonics – Read Write Inc

 

Foxes - 'or' sound (see below for follow-up sheet and lesson video)

Afterwards use the sheet to read and write the 'or' words.

Then hold the sentence below and write it.

I play sport in the park.

Don't forget to show which are the special friends.

 

Hedgehogs - 'igh' sound (see below for follow-up sheet and lesson video) 

Afterwards use the sheet to read and write the 'igh' words.

Then hold the sentence below and write it.

I can jump high.
Don't forget to show which are the special friends.

 

Rabbits and Owls- Reading and spelling (link to RWI website for lesson for reading and spelling

Set 1 Word Time Reading and Spelling

 

Dough Disco

 

Join us today live at 11 am for dough disco (invite through Teams)

 

Today's song choice is a little more recent ...

 

Dance With Me Tonight

 

Don't forget to really work those fingers!

 

Maths - 'Alive-in-5!' Week 3, lesson 3

 

Counting songs - up to 20 and down from 20

 

We will be revising these songs all week.

 

Count up to 20

 

and counting backwards ...

 

Count down from 20

 

Continuing our lessons about capacity and measuring. If you want to do more around capacity I have created a new page for additional maths activities. The activities are for those children who want a little bit more because they weren't sure about something, they can be challenged a little more or because they just want to do more.

 

Maths additional activities for capacity and measuring

 

Lesson 3 - Measuring Capacity

 

Today you are going to be investigating how much different sized containers hold. You could use flour, rice, pasta, sand or anything that can be spooned easily into different sized containers.

'Alive-in-5!' Week 3

 

Try the activity below after the lesson.

 

KUW: Can you make an egg float?

 

 

Can you use salt to make an egg float in water?

 

What happens to the egg before you add any salt?

 

What is happening to the egg? (as you add the salt)

 

How many spoonfuls of salt did we put it to make the egg float?

 

What else can float in the water? 

 

If you have any objects that sink can you add more salt to make them float?

 

The experiment and a couple of others are below. (I have included them as they were all on the same PDF. I am not expecting you to do those but they are there if you want to do more.)

 

 

Physical Development: Andy's Wild Workouts

 

Join Andy for a wild workout in the arctic.

 

Andy's wild workout - arctic

 

Have a brilliant day,

 

Mrs Rogers

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Excalibur Primary School

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Alsager
ST7 2RQ

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