Wrens Home Learning – Week Beginning – 4/5/20

Hi all, here are some more maths activities you could give a go.

Activity 1 – Continue to develop vocab of money using an online game.

Click on the link below and you can ask your child to….

  • sort coins into the correct box
  • order coins
  • count coins – which involves adding coin amounts together, for    example: 5p + 1p = 6p


Activity 2 – Continue to develop vocab of money practically.

Coin rubbings.

You will need…..

  • a variety of coins
  • paper
  • wax crayons

Encourage your child to name the coins used.

You could then make this a bit more challenging by writing for example 6p on the piece of paper, and then ask your child to rub the coins on the paper which when added together total 6p. e.g. 5p + 1p or 2p + 2p + 2p.

Repeat with different amounts.

Activity 3 – Continue to develop your child’s reading of tricky words from phase 2, 3 and 4 – practically.

Why not go on a word hunt?

You will need..

  • Small pieces of paper
  •  1 large piece of paper
  •  A pen

Set this up by choosing the words which your child has found ‘tricky’ to read from the phase lists below. Then write these words on the small pieces of paper, and place them around your home or garden. Then create your child either a sheet like above in the picture, or just write them a list of the words they need to find, and then get them to tick them off.

When they have found them all, ask your child to read them to you. You could all ask them to spell them whilst you cover them up.

Tricky words – phase 2 – the, no, go, I, into, to

Tricky words  – phase 3 – he, she, we, me, be, you, are, they, her, all, my, was

Tricky words – phase 4 – said, have, like, so, do, some, come, little, one, were, there, what, when, out





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