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Tuesday 2nd March

Hello everyone!


Hope you are all well and staying safe at home!

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Challenge of the day!



If you climbed up a beanstalk what would you like to find at the top?


We are now consolidating Phase 4 of our Phonics learning.

Your child should recognise all the Phase 2, 3 and 4 tricky words and please still practise recognising digraphs/trigraphs within words. They should also be able to say letter names out of order.

If you feel that your child still needs more practise with Phase2/3 please re-visit the previous weeks learning and try some other games on the suggested websites on our front class page.

Act Out The Alphabet | Jack Hartmann

Act Out the Alphabet is a fun kinesthetic letter sounds song. It's one of my favorites because it engages children in creative active movement.

Jolly Phonics 42 Sounds

I hope that you have remembered all these sounds and actions!

Play these Phonicsbloom games to consolidate your knowledge of Phase 4 phonics.

You say this sentence and your child writes it down. Look out for tricky words and sound out each word.


The  bean  is  in  the  soil.


Challenge 1 - if your child can write this sentence easily add in some describing words e.g. The magic bean...

Challenge 2 - Can they write another sentence about the bean?


I can count in 5s

Count 10-100 | Count by 10 Song | The Singing Walrus

Count in 10s - please note this is a Year 1 lesson so just watch as far as your child needs to go!

This is a great lesson for consolidating the maths concept of counting in 10s.

Count in 10s money sacks,


I can correctly sequence the Jack and the Beanstalk story.

Jack and the Beanstalk Bedstime Stories for Children

Challenge - Can you follow the text and read the story?

Cut out and order these pictures of the story.


I can talk about where milk comes from.

Milk from cow to carton for Preschoolers!

Milk from the cow to the carton!! Have you ever wondered how milk gets from the cow to the grocery store? An "udderly" fantastic look at how cows produce milk and how milk is prepared for us to drink. From the cow to the carton, you will see why these little ladies are the unsung heroes in keeping our bones and muscles strong!


I can follow instructions to make a milkshake.

How to make a banana milk shake

Have fun helping your child to make this delicious milk shake.


  1. Peel a banana.
  2. Cut it into small pieces.
  3. Put the banana pieces into a big bowl/blender.
  4. Cut an orange in half.
  5. Squeeze the orange juice onto the banana.
  6. Add a big spoon of vanilla ice cream.
  7. Add 100ml of milk.
  8. Mix/blend all the ingredients together.
  9. Pour into a glass and enjoy your milkshake.