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Daily Reflection and Music

 Monday Home Learning – Pixies Class


Morning Pixies,

We hope that you have had a lovely Easter break and enjoyed the beautiful sunshine in your gardens or on your daily walks.  We are still really missing you and hopefully we will be back together again soon. 




-Read the poem below called ‘The Nut Tree.’ What did you like about the poem? What was your favourite word in the poem? 

-Do you have any stories about nature or being outside that you could get ready for tomorrows reading time?


-Look at the front cover of our new book called ‘Wild’ (this can be found at the bottom of the page) and discuss with your grown-ups what you see.

-Draw and colour or paint the character from the front of our new book. We would love to see your drawings.

-Think of three questions that you could ask the character and write those on the template provided below. 



-Use the link to play the game called Phonics Pop. When you have found the game choose Phonics Pop and then set 6. Off you go!!

-Can you say the individual sounds that are in this set? 

If you need any help with knowing how to say each sound, the following link is really useful.



-Quick recap of counting in 10’s. Can you count in 10’s all the way to 100?

-Listen to our counting in 10’s song using the link.

-Complete the 10 times worksheet, encouraging the children to think about groups of 10 e.g. 5 x 10 = is the same as 5 groups of 10.

-How quickly can you answer the questions and whizz around the track?



-Read the story of Pentecost together (the story can be found at the bottom of the page) and talk about the story with your grown-ups. Do you understand what happened? Explain to the children how Jesus’ friends knew he would keep his promise, and how, with the help of the Holy Spirit, they would share the good news with everyone, all over the world. 

-Children to create a Pentecost streamer using red, orange and yellow material, paper, ribbon etc. If you do not have the materials to create a streamer maybe you could paint or draw a picture to show the story.


Mrs Jukes, Mrs Mackell and Mrs Welsh x