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Challenge Grid week commencing 22-06-20


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There is now a photo section on the home learning page. It will be lovely for the other children to see pictures of their friends. We can inspire each other with the brilliant work and activities the children have been doing during the lockdown. If you have any photos you would like me to include on this page please email them to the office.


P4C –Would you rather be covered in fur or be covered in scales? Why?




Listen to the Black Rabbit story


Make a shadow puppet rabbit.

Draw a rabbit on some cardboard. Ask an adult to cut it out.  Fasten a stick to the bottom of the rabbit. Hold infront of a light to cast a shadow.


Rabbit pictures


Peter rabbit


What are seasons?


What weather do we typically have in each season?


Draw a picture of a tree in each of the four seasons.

How can you tell what season it is?



Phase 2 tricky words


Phase 3 tricky words


Practice Blending sounds


I love to rhyme


Practice writing the one armed robot letters r, b, n, h, m, k, p


They all start at the top and come down. What will you choose to write in this week – rice?




Think of words starting with




Play eye spy.

Draw or collect things in a basket that start with “p”


Meet alphablock p


Letters and sounds lesson 2  - blending with “p”


Odd One Out-Put out three objects or pictures, two with names that rhyme and one that does not. Using a spy tube, [ kitchen roll holder or similar], use to identify the object that doesn’t rhyme by chanting, ‘Give me a shout what’s the odd one out?’ Repeat with other rhyming pairs.


Rhyming odd one our strips


Make a fruit salad.


Remember you should eat five pieces of fruit or vegetables a day.


Wash your hands to keep the germs away


Watch Alphablocks cat


Can you sounds out the letters you need to write cod, can, pat, tap, cap, nap, dog, cat

Sounds of the week “ch”  -







ch  (tune: Merrily we roll along)


Trains are chugging up the hill



Trains are chugging up the hill


Choo choo!


Action: Move your arms at your side as if you are a train and say ch, ch


Please help your child by playing eye-spy with these sounds to help them hear the sound at the start of a word.


Phonics games


Letters and sounds phonics games


The ch sound



Use your hands to make shadows of animals



Numberblocks –Once upon a time     


Numberblocks – Blockzilla


Numberblocks – Express


Numberblocks  -

Fruit Salad


Numberblocks –

Double trouble


Numberblocks –zero


Learn the song five currant buns


Peter rabbit counting


More counting

What is your favourite bedtime story?

Can you retell part of it?


CBeebies Bedtime Stories