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Week 3 Activities 8.3.21

British Science Week

Our theme for science week is ‘Space’.

This week’s learning will be based on the rhyme ‘Five Little Men in a Flying Machine’.

You can:-

*Learn to sing the rhyme.

*Draw and write about what we might see on the moon.

*Order numbers 1 – 5 or 1-10.

*Learn about Neil Armstrong the first man on the moon.

Five little men in a flying saucer | Early Years - Nursery Rhymes

Suitable for teaching 0-5s. An animated and subtitled version of the popular nursery rhyme 'Five little men in a flying saucer'.Subscribe for more Early Year...

Phase 1 Phonics - Which one?

Place on the floor or on a table a selection of objects with names containing three phonemes (e.g. hat, peg, fork, cup, book, tin,). Check that your child knows the names of the objects. The toy or adult says “I spy with my little eye a z-i-p”. Then invite your child to say the name of the object and hold it up. Encourage your child to say the individual phonemes and blend them together ‘z-i-p, zip’. When your child has become familiar with this game use objects with names that start with the same initial phoneme (e.g. cat, cap, cup, coat, key). This will really encourage the children to listen and then blend right through the word, rather than relying on the initial sound.

Five Minutes Phonics - Which One?

A short video to demonstrate to parents of nursery age children the strategy of oral blending and segmenting simple words.

Neil Armstrong - First Moon Landing 1969

Neil Armstrong, the first man to set foot on the moon, said, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind."

What the video clip and talk about what you can see.

Apollo 11 - The First Moon Walk | Things You Wanna Know

Learn the facts you didn't know about the first time man set foot on the moon in this episode of "Things You Wanna Know." Narrated by Cassandra Kubinski.➡ Su...

History of Neil Armstrong for Kids

Learn about the history of the first astronaut on the moon, Neil Armstrong.

Watch the clip below to find out some interesting information about landing on the moon.

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