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Week 1

Bugs, bugs, bugs! 

What is a minibeast?


This term the home learning planning will look different. There are activities planned for the whole week. If your child is coming to school you will only need to complete the activities on the days that your child is learning from home. For example; if your child is in school Tuesday and Wednesday they will only need to do the activities for Monday, Thursday and Friday. As well as these activities there are skills that your child needs to practice regularly.


Practice these skills throughout the week

Phonics & reading



  • Look at your phonics cards and say the sounds
  • Share a book together
  • Spell and write your name. You may only focus on one sound in your name a week to make sure you know it and can write it really well.
  • Have a go at writing your sounds you have learnt.
  • Counting lots of different things when you are playing or helping.
  • Hunting for numbers when you are out and about.
  • Looking at your number cards and finding groups of that amount.


Our Makaton sign of the week is insect: 



Activity 1: 

What is a minibeast?

Can you do some research with your grown up to find out some facts about minibeasts?

Have a look on the internet or in some books you may have at home. 

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Activity 2: 

What do minibeasts look like? Can you describe them to your family?




Activity 1

Read the book: Mad about minibeasts by Giles Andreas and David Wojtowycz

Which minibeasts did you spot?


Activity 2

Go on a minibeast hunt. Take pictures of the minibeasts that you find and send them to Mrs McGhee.



Activity 1

Do a family survey. Ask your family and friends what is their favourite minibeast out of a spider, butterfly, ladybird and bee. Make a tally chart and count up all the marks. Which minibeast had the most marks?


Activity 2

Draw or paint a picture of your favourite minibeast.



Activity 1

Can you label the minibeasts?


Activity 2

Make a minibeast out of play dough. What can you use to make legs and antennae?



Activity 1

Watch the Numberblocks episode about ordering numbers. Can you order your number cards?


Activity 2

Have a sing song:

Do you know anymore songs about minibeasts?