Shears Green Infant School

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Monday 25.1.21

 

Welcome to week 4. Our story for this week is 'The Gingerbread Man'. 

 

Your childs class teacher would love to see photos of them doing their work or to hear how they are getting on. The emails to send to are:

class1@shears-green-infant.kent.sch.uk

class2@shears-green-infant.kent.sch.uk

class3@shears-green-infant.kent.sch.uk

class4@shears-green-infant.kent.sch.uk

 

Don't forget to Zoom with your class today at 13:00! Please try and join the meeting promptly as if the teacher is screen sharing it doesn't notify us that someone has entered the waiting room to let you in.

 

Timetable - Link 1, Link 2

 

Talk 4 Writing 

Lesson - Link 1, Link 2

Powerpoint - Link 1, Link 2

 

Maths

Lesson Plan  - Link 1, Link 2

Lesson - Link 1, Link 2

Active Maths - Link 1, Link 2

Maths Challenge - Link 1, Link 2

Maths Challenge Sheet - Link 1, Link 2

 

Phonics

Lesson Plan (Guided Writing Monday and Tuesday, Phonics Wednesday-Friday) - Link 1, Link 2

Lesson - Link 1, Link 2

Sheet - Link 1, Link 2

 

Guided Writing 

Lesson - Link 1, Link 2

 

Big Book

Lesson - Link 1, Link 2

 

Story

Mrs Shakespear - Link 1, Link 2

 

If there is more you would like to do with your child we have provided some links to a mixture of resources. Some can be done online and some can be done practically.

Alphablocks - https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/alphablocks

Numberblocks - https://www.bbc.co.uk/cbeebies/shows/numberblocks

Childrens Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/intl/ALL_uk/kids/

Practical Maths Activities - https://famly.co/blog/inspiration/10-creative-early-years-maths-activities/

Free Ebooks for children - https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

 

If you would like to learn more about what else your child can be learning at home then a brilliant document to look at is 'Development Matters' which can be found HERE.