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Ramsgate Arts Primary School

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Home Learning w/c 14.12.20

Here is the home learning for those of you choosing to be at home this week. 

Hi everyone,

Here is your home learning for the week! We will be going live on TEAMS at 11:30 each day for a story time. We hope to see you there. 

RWI:

If you are usually in Mrs Pilcher or Mrs Smart’s group in school then please watch Mrs Smart’s pre-recorded lessons.

If you are usually in Miss Spurrier, Mrs Taylor and Miss Merry’s group then please watch Miss Spurrier’s pre-recorded lessons.

Please upload all work onto TEAMS or email to us.

If you are not sure what group your child is in then please email Miss Spurrier. Sophie.spurrier@ramsgateartsprimaryschool.co.uk

Monday:

Miss Spurrier- https://vimeo.com/490375613

Mrs Smart- https://vimeo.com/490406172

Tuesday:

Miss Spurrier- https://vimeo.com/490376589

Mrs Smart-  https://vimeo.com/490405368

Wednesday:

Miss Spurrier- https://vimeo.com/490377675

Mrs Smart- https://vimeo.com/490404687

Thursday

Miss Spurrier- https://vimeo.com/490378609

Mrs Smart- https://vimeo.com/490402513

Extra videos:

Red word video: https://vimeo.com/417611100

Set 1 sound video: https://vimeo.com/414752875 

Set 2 sound video: https://vimeo.com/414764363

 

Music Monday : Miss Stevens has recorded a lesson for you all. Part 1: https://vimeo.com/490363641 Part 2: https://vimeo.com/490364328

Maths: Please send photos of all the pattern learning J

Monday: Counting: Counting to 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MVzXKfr6e8

Starter:  More and less. Can you make two groups? One with more and one with less?

Main: IALT Create an AB pattern in a range of contexts.

Activity: Introduce key word- Pattern. What does it mean?

Demonstrate a simple AB pattern with at least 3 repeats so children can see the pattern. Encourage children to say the pattern out loud so it encourages them to continue the pattern.  

Challenge: 1. Head, shoulder, head, shoulder, head, shoulder   2.Knees, clap, knees, clap, knees, clap  3. Hand up, hand down, hand up hand down  

Can you come up with a simple sound pattern?  

Key Questions: Say the pattern- What do you notice?  What is my pattern?  Is this pattern correct?  How could we sort it out?  Does it work now?  Can you make the same sound pattern? Can you make a different sound pattern?  

Tuesday: Counting: Can the grownup clap and then the child say how many claps there were? Repeat with stamps etc.  

Starter:  Missing number- Lay out the numbers 1-10 on the floor and hide one. Which one is missing?

Main: IALT Create an AB pattern in a range of contexts

Activity: Re-Cap yesterday’s learning of Pattern.  Create a simple pattern of green brick, red brick, green brick, red brick. Challenge the children to spot and continue the pattern and try having a go on their own.  Demonstrate pattern in both horizontal and vertical ways  

 Try pattern tongue twister: Red lorry, yellow lorry.

Key Questions: Say the pattern- What do you notice?  What is my pattern?  Is this pattern correct?  How could we sort it out?  Does it work now?  Can you make the same sound pattern? Can you make a different sound pattern?  

Wednesday: Counting: Counting back from 20. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6a2W8UQP5w

Starter: Ordering 3 objects by height or length. Can you explain what happens to them as you move down the line? E.g gets longer/taller.

Main: IALT Create an AB pattern in a range of contexts

Activity: Re-cap learning from yesterday- Pattern Using loose parts (things around the house) make a pattern. Can the children continue/copy the pattern? Consider colours/sizes used in patterns. Encourage language such as round leaf, pointy leaf etc.  

Challenge: Adult to make a pattern. Can the child continue it and say what the pattern is?

Key Questions: Say the pattern- What do you notice?  What is my pattern?  Is this pattern correct?  How could we sort it out?  Does it work now?  Can you make the same sound pattern? Can you make a different sound pattern?  

Thursday: Counting: Count to 20 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0VLxWIHRD4E

Starter: Recognising numbers 1-10. Have flashcards on a piece of paper for the numbers 1-10 and ask children to say each number out of order. Can the children write the numbers too?

Main: IALT Create an AB pattern in a range of contexts

Activity: Presenting patterns with deliberate errors, including extra, missing and swapped items, e.g. red cube, blue cube, red cube, blue cube, red cube, red cube, blue cube – identifying there is an extra item and fixing it by removing the extra red cube, putting in an extra blue cube, or swapping the final cubes. Ask the children to make a pattern with a deliberate mistake and challenging a grownup to spot it. 

Key Questions: Say the pattern- What do you notice?  What is my pattern?  Is this pattern correct?  How could we sort it out?  Does it work now?  Can you make the same sound pattern? Can you make a different sound pattern?  

Game:  https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/christmas-patterns 

Topic:

Tuesday: What is the story of Christmas?  What happened in the story of the Nativity? Why do we celebrate Christmas? Read the storybook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-s56Xa_C54I  or use the Nativity story PowerPoint attached to re-tell the story. How did Mary and Joseph feel at each stage of the journey? TTYP 

Activity: can you create a nativity scene with your toys? Or draw a nativity picture using different materials? Can you act out the story?

Wednesday: What do you do for Christmas? How do you celebrate Christmas? 

 What do you do with your family? Christmas PowerPoint (see attached) Is it the same or different to what you do? Here are some ways that we celebrate Christmas at school. We make decorations, we decorate the tree, we sing songs, we make cards and send them, we give presents and we have Christmas lunch together.

Challenge: Can you write a letter to Santa?

Thursday: How do others celebrate Christmas? Do we think people around the world celebrate Christmas in the same way we do?  Let’s find out how Christmas is celebrated around the world  

Show world map and globe and point out where each country is. Share Christmas around the world PowerPoint (see attached).

Challenge: Can you make a card for a family member?

Story time videos:

Christmas RAPSANORY- https://vimeo.com/489828910 Password: Raps123

AAAAAHHH Spider- https://vimeo.com/413662188

The Rainbow Fish- https://vimeo.com/413650670

How Do Dinosaurs eat their food? https://vimeo.com/401292651

Five Minutes Peace https://vimeo.com/413574454

The Gruffalo- https://vimeo.com/486501383

Pirates Love Underpants- https://vimeo.com/485497873

We hope you have a lovely Christmas with your families and a Happy New year! We have loved our first two terms together and the children have made fantastic progress.

Thank you for all of your continued support.

Best Wishes

The EYFS Team

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Ramsgate Arts Primary School 
140-144 Newington Road
Ramsgate
Kent
CT12 6PT

01843 582847