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If you are unable to be in school, we have some exciting home learning that you can take part in. This way you'll be able to keep on track with the rest of the class. There are lots of activities below for you to do.

We'd love to hear how you are getting on - you can send us photos through your Interactive Learning Diary (ILD) or email.

Don't forget that we have access to lots of online learning too. If you can't remember how to log in then get in touch with your teachers. 

 

https://portal.interactivelearningdiary.co.uk/Logon.aspx?ReturnUrl=%2f

 

Maths with parents: https://www.mathswithparents.com/ 

 

 

Easter Holidays Craft Ideas

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Week 2

Friday 3rd April

 

A Maths and English task attached below for today.

Thank you for all your continued support with home learning. We hope to see you all again soon and will continue to post home learning tasks after the Easter break if we are still in the current situation. We will put a few suggestions for Easter activities if you would like to do them. Wishing you all a restful Easter break. 

 

Happy Easter! 

Regards from the Reception Team.

Dinner time for Sid! He is really missing seeing everyone........its so quiet he says!

Phonics task - This is a phase two activity. You can also adapt making your own rhyming words with phase 3 sounds. Cut out yolks and sort rhyming words into an egg box.
Maths Task - Estimation station. See PDF below. You could use a jar and fill up with mini easter eggs and have it as a daily prediction activity during Easter. (If they last that long!)

Thursday 2nd April

 

Hello, today can you watch the video of Miss Hales reading the story of Little Red Riding Hood in the 'Learning Zone' on your Interactive Learning Diary? Can you then ask your child these questions:

-What did Little Red Riding Hood wear?

-Where did Little Red Riding hood live?

-Who did Little Red Riding Hood live with?

-Who did Little Red Riding Hood go to see?

-What did Little Red Riding Hood take with her?

-Who did Little Red Riding Hood see whilst in the woods?

-What did Grandmother say and do?

-What did the woof do?

-What happened at the end of the story?

-What was your favorite part of the story?

 

 

Phonics

For phonics today can you find a 'cup', 'hat', 'cat', 'tap', 'bin', 'jar' and the 'sun'? Can you practice writing these words and write a sentence with these words in it. For example, 'I have a big black cat'.

 

 

 

Wednesday 1st April

 

Hello a money challenge for you today.

Shopping task with fruit and vegetable. Price the items from 1-10p. Give your child some coins to pay for the items. Which coins will they use? 

A constraint could be; You can only use two coins to pay for a piece of fruit that costs 10p.

A challenge could be; How many ways can you pay using different coins? 

 

Phonics tasks to do with your child attached below. Please choose the one which you feel is the most suitable.

 

Many thanks

 

 

 

Tuesday 31 March 2020

 

Hello Everyone we hope you are all keeping well, safe and busy.

 

Today is my birthday (Miss Hales) and I would love it if you made me a birthday card and wrote a special birthday message inside it. Could you then please post a photograph of it on your Interactive Learning Diary.

 

Can you have a 'pretend birthday party' for me and invite 5 friends; maybe your dolls or teddies? Can you then give each friend 5 things each to play with at the party?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 30th March

 

Hope you are all well and staying safe. This week's activities for home learning are below and we will continue to post suggestions for a couple of additional activities each day.

 

Many Thanks for your continued support under these difficult circumstances. We have really enjoyed seeing all the wonderful home learning on the ILDs. We have a new feature on ILD, the 'Learning Zone' where we will also add some suggestions of activities on there so do please take a look.

 

Writing suggestion - Make a card for a loved one that you can't visit at the moment. Let them know what you are up to. 

 

Maths task - Share some objects with you and your family, e.g count out 12 pieces of dried pasta. Can you share it equally between 3? What other numbers can you share equally between 3?

 

 

Useful websites

Carole Vordeman Maths site if currently free to parents and has ideas and games from age 3+

https://www.themathsfactor.com/

Please check out the phonics play website. It is free for parents to access at the moment and the children are very familiar with it as we use it regularly in our phonics lessons.

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/#

Week 1

Thursday 26th March

Some math's ideas to try out -

  1. Number sequences. Write a number sequence to 20 leaving some blanks. Write the missing numbers on pegs and get your child to fill the gaps. You can extend this with number sentences 4 +6 = 10-    =5    8+    =10
  2. Number sentences. Prepare some sticky notes with various number sentences. Example 4+4=8. Roll 2 dice and fine the matching number sentence. See who can smack the sticky note first to collect the card.
  3. One more/one less. Draw a number line to 20. Shout out a number and see if your child can tell you one more and one less than the given number.

Friday 27th March

 

We are starting to add challenges and ideas onto the ILD. Please look at the new function called Learning Zone. There is a PE challenge for you to try.

 

To keep active you might also like to have a go at Cosmic Kids Yoga and try some Go noodle dances. We particularly like Pop See Co and Milkshake songs.

 

Please do try and use Bug club daily. There are books to read and quizzes to answer. Once you've read all the books we can move you onto another colour or add more choices.

Hello from Sid!

Hello from Sid! 1 Sidney is missing seeing you all each day.

Can you write a letter or draw a picture to tell Sid what you've been up to? Upload onto the ILD and we will tell him all about what you've done.

Alternatively, could you write a fact file about Sid?

Can you include -

- what he eats

- what colour he is

- how he moves

- how long he is (remember we looked that the skin he shed last week and measured it against Ms. Bennett)

- any other fact you can find out about Corn snakes.

Wednesday 25th March

Look at the pictures below on PDF

 

Estimate how many pencils/pens you can see in each one.
What was your method?
How else could you do it?
Is there one way that is particularly useful?  Why?

You can do this practically with pencils/pens/crayons

Tuesday 24th March

Some writing ideas to use -

1. Shopping list. Go through your cupboards and make a real or imaginary shopping list by calling out different items you need to buy. Get your child to write the list.

2. Write a sensory poem about Spring

I see....

I hear......

I feel.....

I touch....

I smell.......

 

Don't forget to upload on the ILD so we can see your learning here at school!

Please remember to log into Bug Club regularly. Do let us know if you run out of items in 'my stuff' and we will allocate you more books or move your child onto a different book band. Once they have read a book it will move to 'my library' and we will be able to see here what you've read.

Click on this link if you are unsure of what to do -

file:///C:/Users/lb/Downloads/How%20to%20use%20Bug%20Club%20Online%20Reading%20Guide%20(1).pdf

Why do ladybirds have Spots? Last week we thought about what facts we already know about ladybirds and other minibeasts and what we would like to find out. Please take a look at our posters to help you investigate questions about minibeasts.

Why do ladybirds have Spots?   Last week we thought about what facts we already know about ladybirds and other minibeasts and what we would like to find out. Please take a look at our posters to help you investigate questions about minibeasts. 1
Why do ladybirds have Spots?   Last week we thought about what facts we already know about ladybirds and other minibeasts and what we would like to find out. Please take a look at our posters to help you investigate questions about minibeasts. 2
Why do ladybirds have Spots?   Last week we thought about what facts we already know about ladybirds and other minibeasts and what we would like to find out. Please take a look at our posters to help you investigate questions about minibeasts. 3

Monday 23rd March

Hi everyone.

We hope you are well and enjoyed the sunshine over the weekend. We missed seeing lots of you today sad but were thinking about you all.

Please remember to upload your learning at home onto the ILD so we can see it. A couple more ideas could be

  1. Number hunt. Hide numbers from 1-20 around the house, in a bowl of gloop, jelly, flour etc. Can you order then form smallest to largest?
  2. Repeating patterns. Use any toy (construction materials/animals/loose parts) and create a repeating pattern. Remember a repeating pattern can be colour, shape, size, sound, anything – so red/yellow/blue/ re/yellow………… large, medium, small, large, medium………… 1,7,4,1,7……….clap, stomp, click, clap, stomp               Stay safe and keep in touch!!

Welcome to Term 4

 

We will be starting our new topic 'Why do ladybirds have spots?' next week (week 4) which will continue into Term 5. To kick start our topic we will have an engage session and go on a minibeast safari around the school grounds. As part of PHSE we will be learning about keeping healthy.

 

Please see our topic overview below and our home learning for this topic.

 

Many thanks

 

The Reception Team.

We made pizzas together using farm grown ingredients as part of our express part of our topic 'Why do cows drink milk?'

We made pizzas together using farm grown ingredients as part of our express part of our topic 'Why do cows drink milk?' 1
We made pizzas together using farm grown ingredients as part of our express part of our topic 'Why do cows drink milk?' 2
We made pizzas together using farm grown ingredients as part of our express part of our topic 'Why do cows drink milk?' 3
We made pizzas together using farm grown ingredients as part of our express part of our topic 'Why do cows drink milk?' 4
We made pizzas together using farm grown ingredients as part of our express part of our topic 'Why do cows drink milk?' 5

Welcome to Term 3

 

We have had a great start to our topic 'Do Cows Drink milk?' The children went to see our chickens and observed them carefully. We will be looking more closely at the animals we would find on the farm and farm produce. We also made some bread and will read the Little Red Hen and other farm stories. We will explore what we already know about farm animals and what we would like to find out about them. 

 

Have you every been on  a family visit to the farm? Please send in your photos into class or through the ILD.

 

Attached is our Topic overview below and Home learning tasks for Term 3.

 

 

 

 

Topic Overview and Home Learning Term 3

Welcome to Term 2

 

This term our topic is 'Will you read me a story?'

 

To kick start our topic, on the first day back please send your child in with a book of their favourite fairy tale. We will be reading many fairy tales and traditional stories with the children.

Please see below suggestions for Home learning in Term 2 and our topic overview.

Cornerstones Express! We made boats choosing our own materials, tested them in the water and had races!

The above documents show you the development matters statements that make up our EYFS curriculum. At the end of your child's reception year we would aim for your child to be confident and secure with the development matters statements in the 40-60 age band as well as achieving the ELGs written in bold.  

ILD-Interactive Learning Diary

Welcome to Reception!

 

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Term 1

 

We look forward to welcoming you into Reception. Our topic this term is 'Are we there yet?'.

We will be exploring journeys and different types of transport and ways to travel.

We will be looking at the story of Mr Gumpy's outing and creating our own boats using different materials and preparing and making  picnic! 

 

Please do bring in the booklets given to you on 'All about me'. We look forward to hearing about your summer break. Have you been on any journeys? Please do bring in any photographs to share with us.

 

We are hoping to have some interesting vehicles in our school. Please let us know if you can help us with this?

 

Please take a look at our topic overview below to see in greater detail about our learning this term.

 

We will be also be welcoming parents and carers to our 'Kick Start' Sessions first thing on Wednesday mornings beginning on 25th September. This is an opportunity to participate in reading activities in class with your children.

 

Look out for our 'welcome meeting' to get a better understanding on how we teach phonics and early reading skills. We will also share some key information on our routines with you.

 

Please remember to bring in a water bottle everyday and PE kits will need to be kept in school for the week.

 

We look forward to working with you.

 

Many thanks

 

Reception Team

 

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