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Moston Lane, Moston, Greater Manchester, M9 4HH

0161 205 3864

Moston Lane Community Primary School

Be The Best You Can Be

W.B. 19.10.2020

 Name Writing

  • Practise writing your name everyday.



We are learning to read and write a different letter each day:

Monday - i

Tuesday - n

Wednesday - p

Thursday - g

Friday - o

Watch the video on espresso about the letter.

Now tell your grown-up some words that start with today's sound. Finally have a go at writing the letter a few times.

Grown-ups: Every day, revisit the previous sounds that they have learnt.



This week we will continue with our theme 'From Head to Toe'. This theme will explore all of the amazing things our bodies can do. We will learn about our body parts and what we do to keep our bodies healthy. 



Draw a picture of yourself thinking about your whole body from your head down to your toes. Now have a go at writing some labels. Use 'Fred talk' to help you. For example Fred talk 'leg'. This means say the sounds in order counting the sounds on your fingers. Then write the correct letters down. 'l_e_g   leg'


This week's book is... 

Little Red Riding Hood

  1. Who are the characters in the story?
  2. What did Little Red Riding Hood’s Mum ask her to take to Grandma?
  3. What did Little Red Riding Hood collect for her Grandma in the woods?
  4. Do you think Little Red Riding Hood should have stopped in the woods when her mum told her not to?
  5. What did the wolf to do Grandma?
  6. Who rescued Little Red Riding Hood and her Grandma?



Draw a picture of Little Red Riding Hood’s basket with some food in it for Grandma. Write a list of the items that are in the basket. Try to include some healthy food items.

Remember to:

  • Sound out each word carefully (focus on listening for initial and final sound)
  • Write down any sounds that you hear


Counting Activities (Please do at least one counting activity every day)

  • I can count to 20 song with actions
  • Rally Robin counting to 20. (Adult and child face each other. Adult says 1, child says 2, adult says 3, child says 4 and so on until you get to 20)
  • Every time you go upstairs, count the steps. Remember to say 1 number name for each step.
  • Counting actions. Jump 10 times and count as you do it. 

This week, we are learning to recognise and order numerals.

  • Play 'Bud's Number Garden' on BBC Bitesize.

  • Practise writing numbers 0-9. 
  • Explore the number games on espresso.