# Ramsgate Arts Primary School

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# Weekly home learning challenges: 22nd-26th June

It's week 4 term 6!

Good morning!

We hope all the daddies, grandads, uncles and any other special men in your families had a great Fathers day! We've (mostly) been lucky with the weather this weekend. Did anyone have a bbq? go for a nice walk? paddle in the sea? ride their bikes? We hope whatever you got up to you had a great time.

Remember these weekly challenges are for you to pick and choose what you feel able to do at home. There is no expectation that you must complete all the challenges. We would love to see some more of your home learning work and of course anything else you may be getting up to at home. If you get stuck with any of the challenges or are unsure of any of the work set please do not hesitate to contact us.

Happy home learning! :)

Reminder of the home learning folder:

We have created lots of resources in the EYFS home learning folder located at the top of the blog (password:Viking). We have created a Term 6 folder for RWI, Maths and Topic. We have put lots of printable resources, power points and lots of other learning ideas that support the tasks below. For example, topic this week may say please see the under the sea powerpoint. This means that we do not need to add the individual links to the bottom of this post as it would be too much but we have added tonnes of things to support your learning. If you have trouble accessing this then please message us.

Maths Weekly Challenges:

This weeks focus is all about 'measure'

Songs/Counting: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ypVQDZL18SQ measurement song

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dkPouLWCyc Count to 100

Challenge:

1. Mermaid size ordering – cut and stick in the correct order

1. How many feet? - measuring activity sheet

1. Outside – place 2 items  (toy figure, ball, hoop etc...) a short distance away from where your child is standing. Ask your child to find out which item is furthest away. Can they try different ways to do this? For example they could count strides or make lines of socks and count how many to compare the distances.

1. Create a filling station (we’ve done something like this before) use different shaped containers to fill (using water, sand, mud, rice, pasta...). Ask children to estimate first before filling the containers and counting to check.

1. Children to be human balance scales – place an item on each hand and ask them to tip to show which item is heavier and which is lighter. They could hold buckets or bags in each hand and place items inside to feel which has the stronger downward pull.

Links (in home learning folder):

How much does a ladybird weigh? Story - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWCnigoMx0o

How many feet sheet

Measurement games:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/measuring-in-cm measuring in CM game

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/early-years/lets-compare which is the largest?

http://www.ictgames.com/mobilePage/capacity/index.html Capacity countdown

http://resources.hwb.wales.gov.uk/VTC/the_zoo/eng/Introduction/mainsession1.htm shortest to longest game

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Weekly topic challenges:

Mermaids

Theme: Read/listen to The Singing Mermaid https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KznvI5gnnvQ

Challenge:

1. Under the sea: Fill a large bottle with water and add rocks to make a rockery in the bottle, grass for seaweed and make little fish by painting rocks or cutting small fish out of plastic bags. Notice what sinks or floats ðŸ˜Š

1. The pages all have glitter on them. Can you make a piece of artwork that uses glitter to make things shine?

1. Spot the difference. Can you find 10 differences between the two pictures?

1. Can you make your own mermaid tail using playdough? Or from any other construction materials?

Links (in home learning folder):

Spot the difference

The Singing mermaid education pack

Love to learn challenge Week 2:  Plastic in the ocean. Can you go for another beach walk and collect any rubbish you might find. Remember to wear gloves or pick it up with a litter picker. Could you make a model with this rubbish (or fresh junk modelling if you would like) to resemble a sea creature. E.g. You may want to get some chicken wire to make a outer body and then put plastic on the inside to symbolise it being in their belly.

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RWI weekly challenges:

Daily RWI lessons available at 9:30am daily for 24 hours on the RWI YouTube channel with Rosie.  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ

Monday 22nd June Miss Taft: Set 1 – e Miss Spurrier: Set 2 – ow  Miss Merry and Mrs Barnes: Set 3 - ear Reading longer words – igh/ i - e 4

Tuesday 23rd June   Miss Taft Set 1 - l   Miss Spurrier: Set 2 – oo – poo at the zoo  Miss Merry and Mrs Barnes:  Set 3 – ea Reading longer words – ow/ o -e/ oa

Wednesday 24th June  Miss Taft  Set 1 - h  Miss Spurrier: Set 2 – oo – look at a book  Miss Merry and Mrs Barnes: Set 3 – oi Reading longer words – oo/ u -e/ ew

Thursday 25th June  Miss Taft Set 1 - r  Miss Spurrier:  Set 2 - ar  Miss Merry and Mrs Barnes: Set 3 – a - e Reading longer words – or/ aw

Friday 26th June  Miss Taft  Set 1 - j   Miss Spurrier: Set 2 - or   Miss Merry and Mrs Barnes: Set 3 – i - e Reading longer words – air/ are

There are also green word and red word videos daily too.

From the 15th June there will be daily hold a sentence videos too.

Please practice theâ€¯handwriting of the sound with finger spaces, threeâ€¯spellings of your choice with the sound in and record a sentence of your choice (keep it simple 4-5 words with a red word and the sound of the day included e.g. If my sound was ay, my sentence may be: Please can I play with you?). We have included some handwriting sheets below which match the sounds being taught each day. Some of them also have some green words to read too. If you need any extra support with sentences or green words then please email us.

Miss Spurrier has recorded herself going through the RWI set 1, 2 and 3 sounds. She isâ€¯trying to rival Rosie on YouTube. There is no password.â€¯â€¯

RWI challenge: Can you record a short video joining in with the sounds and post it on the padlet?

Enjoy and let us know what you think :)â€¯â€¯

https://vimeo.com/414752875â€¯RWI Set 1 sounds

https://vimeo.com/414764363â€¯RWI Set 2 soundsâ€¯

https://vimeo.com/414761386â€¯RWI Set 3 soundsâ€¯

RED WORDS:â€¯

Do you get a bit stuck on those tricky red words? Well look no further, Miss Spurrier has recorded herself going through the typical red words we cover in reception. Check out the video and see how many red words you know!â€¯

https://vimeo.com/417611100â€¯Level 1

https://vimeo.com/417629553â€¯ Level 2â€¯

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TvMyssfAUx0 Red word song

We have created a RWI folder in the EYFS area (password Viking) on the blog which has alien words, green words, all of the sounds, handwriting sheets, guidance, reading power points and so much more.

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Fizzy challenges:

1. Home made playdough making

1. Use the playdough to make snakes and balls.

1. Feed straws into holes or put pennies into a money jar.

1. Weaving around cardboard using string or wool.

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PE challenge:

Team RAPS,

The pictures and videos that you are sending in are fabulous, thank you.

This week’s challenges have a twist. The Olympics would have been happening this year in Tokyo but, due to the current circumstances, they have been postponed to next year. All challenges from now on will be Olympic events.

You will be an Olympian! Choose your country and participate in the event using your imagination! I cannot wait for these pictures and videos :)

The Olympic Challenges are:

Rhythmic Gymnastics

Equestrian

Have a look at the links to give you some ideas!

Good luck!

Please continue to send them to jenny.horrigan@ramsgateartsprimaryschool.co.uk

Mrs Horrigan

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THRIVE activities: see attachment 'Term six. Week three. 3-7 years'

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Have a GREAT week Team Spurrier and please email me or post on our class padlet anything you get up to!

We hope you and your families are well, missing you lots!

Miss Spurrier and Miss Merry :) :)