Good morning Bear Class,
I hope you’ve all had a goodnight’s sleep and are ready for another day of ‘Home Learning’.
For our Topic; Goldilocks and the Three Bears, I would like you to recall the story to your grown-ups.
Challenge can you answer these questions?
What are the character’s names?
How many bears are there in the story?
What food did the bears have in their bowls?
I’ll ask you three more questions about the story tomorrow. 🙂
Play a name recognition game with your grown-ups. Practice writing the letters which make a sound in your name and your grown-ups names, then place them all on the floor and someone has to take a name away and you have to see if you can recognise who’s name has gone. Grown-ups the idea is for the children to build up recognition of their own name.
Can you find some different sized objects in your homes and put them in order of size; tallest to shortest. You could use; dolls, action figures, spaghetti, shoe laces, cutlery (spoons). What other objects can you find to put in order of size?
Yesterday I asked you to find out who is the tallest to shortest in your households. Today I would like you to measure those people using your feet. Count how many feet long the tallest, medium and shortest person is in your household.
Fine Motor Skills
Children can re-thread the shoe laces they have used for their maths activity to help develop their hand eye co-ordination skills.
Yesterday you drew a picture of Goldilocks, today I would like you to draw a picture of the Three Bears. You must remember Daddy Bear is big; biggest, tall, tallest, Mummy Bear is; medium, middle size and Baby Bear is; small, smallest, tiny, little. So when you draw them they need to be different sizes and Bears are usually Brown in colour. I have added a link with a picture for you to look at whilst drawing your own Three Bears; https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.teacherspayteachers.com%2FProduct%2FGoldilocks-and-the-Three-Bears-Clip-Art-By-Busy-Bee-Clip-Art-1328069&psig=AOvVaw0pH_6Wpxl5-c4LDeE-LkPV&ust=1609887545481000&source=images&cd=vfe&ved=0CLkBEK-JA2oXChMI0K-w7LCD7gIVAAAAAB0AAAAAEAM
Today’s physical challenge is to count how many times you can hop on one leg! Can you see how many your grown-ups & family can do too. Who can do the most?
Stay safe everyone.
Miss Thrower, Mrs Pollard & Miss Whitmore