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(Approx. 40 mins – 13 min teaching video, 25 mins activity)


  • Play silly wrong words with Miss Doherty.
  • Sing incy wincy with Miss Doherty.
  • Make a pretend phone call pretending to be the gingerbread man.
  • Use the pictures and the story map to help you tell you your gingerbread mum what happened!
  • Can you tell Miss Doherty how she can hold her pencil properly?
  • Next, say and then write a sentence to caption the picture of the cow. Read your sentence back to your grown up or your teddy.
  • Choose another two animals to write sentences about.
  • Draw the animals in the box. Say the sentence, then write it. Then read it back. Remember fingers spaces and full stops!


  • Paper, pencils
  • Device to watch video
  • Tuesday literacy worksheet (not necessary but may be handy as a reference)


Maths (Reception):

(Approx. 30 mins)


  • Pause the video and discuss was comes first, next, last.
  • At lunchtime make your own sandwich – discussing the order of making your sandwich using the words: first / next / last.
  • What job do you do everyday? What do you do first/next/last? – draw a picture for each part.
  • Cut out your pictures, jumble them up and see if you can put them in the right order.


  • Device to watch the video
  • Pens, paper
  • Scissors


Maths (Year One)

(Approx. 30 mins)

  • Pause video at different points and complete challenges. (20mins)
  • Complete warm up ‘Tuesday warm up’ sheet
  • Complete worksheet ‘Yr 1 Tuesday Maths’
  • Question 2b on the worksheet requires a range of 3D shapes – Use shapes from around the house e.g. tissue box (cube), tin of beans (cylinder), apple (sphere) to make your own 3D shape patterns.

Activity/ Resources:

  • Paper, pencils
  • Device to watch video
  • 3D shapes/objects from around the house.
  • Separate sheet (Yr1 Tuesday Maths warm up + worksheet)




(Approx.  20mins)

  • Watch Miss Sutton’s video: ‘oi’
  • Pause it at the relevant points for your child to answer any questions, practise letter formation or to fill in each part of the sheet.
  • The sheet is called ‘Phonics: oi’.
  • If you do not have access to a printer, please don’t worry – children can write it out on a piece of paper, the sheet isn’t necessary but may just be handy as a reference.