Woohoo – It’s Wednesday!

Hello, hello, it’s good to see you –  Good morning my little lovelies!

I hope you’re all keeping yourselves busy at home and making sure you’re all staying safe!

I’m hoping you have been and collected your packs from the main office as this will help with some of your learning today.

Topic

I would like you to learn the Goldilocks song;

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A bowl that was huge,
A bowl that was small,
A bowl that was tiny and that was all,
She counted them: one, two, three.

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A chair that was huge,
A chair that was small,
A chair that was tiny and that was all,
She counted them: one, two, three.

When Goldilocks went to the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A bed that was huge,
A bed that was small,
A bed that was tiny and that was all,
She counted them: one, two, three.

When Goldilocks ran from the house of the bears,
Oh what did her two eyes see?
A bear that was huge,
A bear that was small,
A bear that was tiny and that was all,
They growled at her: grr, grr, grr!

Story recall challenge for our story this week;

What did Goldilocks do when she went upstairs in the Bears house?

What happened to one of the chairs?

Where did the Bears go?

Maths

I have uploaded a picture of three bears who live at my home and have placed them in order of size.

Can you tell your grown-ups what order of size I have placed them in? Can you put your bears in order of size too? Remember to use our ‘wow’ words; big, biggest, medium, middle size, small, smallest.

 

English

Today I would like you to develop your fine motor skills. Holding your pencil  using the tripod pencil grip, follow the outline of the shapes remembering to not take your pencil off until you’ve either joined the shape together or come to the end of the line. Grown-ups, this is an example for you to copy for the children to then use. If you draw them in  yellow felt tip the children will be used to this as it’s how we expose them to this in class. You will also find sheets within the learning packs for this activity.

Find your favourite book to read with your family. Once your grown-up has read the story to you ask them what they liked about the story, see if they liked the same parts as you did.

Physical

Goldilocks liked to skip when she was out walking through the woods, I challenge you to skip in your gardens, bedrooms, hallways, front rooms or whilst out for your daily exercise. See how many skips you can do in 1 minute, ask your grown-ups to time you!

Happy learning!

Miss Thrower & The Nursery Team