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Reception Home Learning

Last Updated 21.03.2021

Week Beginning Monday 22nd March 2021

Phonics

Maths

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00029tw/numberblocks-series-3-fifteen

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0005yfs/numberblocks-series-4-sixteen

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00063vv/numberblocks-series-4-seventeen

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00064tz/numberblocks-series-4-eighteen

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000663t/numberblocks-series-4-nineteen

Topic

In our topic lessons this week we will be focussing on Easter.

We will begin by looking at the Easter story and Spring and how ideas of new life link to Easter. We will be making Easter cards and whilst doing this exploring some different artistic techniques. At the end of the week we will be making chocolate Easter nests (see recipe below) and also going on at Easter egg hunt.

In PE this week children will be outdoors learning about hockey.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/class-clips-video/religious-studies-ks1-the-christian-story-of-easter/zhgv47h

https://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/shredded-wheat-nests

Week Beginning Monday 14th March 2021

Phonics

Maths

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m000266y/numberblocks-series-3-eleven

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m0002674/numberblocks-series-3-twelve

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00029t7/numberblocks-series-3-thirteen

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00029tp/numberblocks-series-3-fourteen

Topic

Celebrating our wonderful parents!

Thank you for everything you do always for the amazing little people in our class! They are a credit to you and you should be very proud of them (as we are too!)

Week Beginning Monday 8th March 2021

As most children have returned to full time school this week our home learning page will return to a similar format to what you saw in Autumn Term, however I will add resources, such as daily phonics slides, to allow any children who do need to be at home, to access the same content as their classmates. If your child is learning from home and you need any additional resources or guidance please contact me at school either via phone, email or Class Dojo.

Phonics

Maths

Topic

In our topic lessons this week we are continuing our work on animals and nature.

We will finally be able to hold our chicks and we will also spend time learning all about looking after them and cleaning their brooder, giving them water and food. If you are at home think about how you can care for your pet if you have one or you could maybe feed the birds in your garden.

We are also going to be tending to the cress planted in class on World Book Day. If you are at home don’t forget to look after and water yours if you have some.

With Mother’s Day coming up we will also be working on some top secret work!

Lockdown 2021

Monday 1st March

Phonics

Maths

Topic

Activities for the Week

Please see below for a list of suggested activities for this week to go alongside topic, English and Maths work. These can be spread throughout the week. Some activities I will set as tasks on Dojo (I will indicate this next to the activity) others I will just leave up to you but please feel free to share what you have been doing with me via Portfolios on Dojo

  • Talk to an adult about different animals that come from eggs
  • Find out the names of some animals and their young
  • Read a book on Rising Stars Reading Planet
  • Do some physical activity each day (30 mins approx) this might be a walk, run, dance, Joe Wicks, football, Yoga or anything else you might enjoy
  • Help your adult with a job in the house

Friday 26th February

Phonics – Coming soon

Thursday 25th February

Phonics

Wednesday 24th February

Phonics

Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/ordering-and-sequencing/shape-patterns

Tuesday 23rd February

Don’t forget our live lesson today is a talk from North York Moors Education Service about ‘Animals and Habitats’. For the zoom link please see Class Dojo.

Phonics

Don’t forget to revisit your previously learnt sounds and tricky words before applying your knowledge at sentence level.

Monday 22nd February

Welcome back!

Don’t forget our live lesson today – Storytime and Sharing what you did in the holidays!

Phonics

Don’t forget to revisit your previously learnt sounds and tricky words before practising your knowledge at word level and applying your knowledge at sentence level.

Writing

Maths

Topic

Activities for the Week

Please see below for a list of suggested activities for this week to go alongside topic, English and Maths work. These can be spread throughout the week. Some activities I will set as tasks on Dojo (I will indicate this next to the activity) others I will just leave up to you but please feel free to share what you have been doing with me via Portfolios on Dojo

  • Spend time with your pet or if you do not have a pet see if you can get out and about to spot some animals on a walk
  • Send me a picture or video of your pet introducing them and telling me all about them. If you do not have a pet you could let me know what pet you would want to have if you could
  • Pick a pet or animal (it might be your own) and research or find out what we need to do to care for them and look after them properly
  • Make or draw or paint something inspired by animals we can have in our homes
  • Read a book on Rising Stars Reading Planet
  • Do some physical activity each day (30 mins approx) this might be a walk, run, dance, Joe Wicks, football, Yoga or anything else you might enjoy
  • Help your adult with a job in the house

Friday 12th February

Phonics

Thursday 11th February

Phonics

Wednesday 10th February

Phonics

Maths

Can you learn this song and ring game with your family?

The activity below is designed to be used in a classroom/school setting but can be adapted for home:

https://nrich.maths.org/11293

Tuesday 9th February

Phonics

Topic

Monday 8th February

Phonics

Writing

Maths

Topic

Activities for the Week

Please see below for a list of suggested activities for this week to go alongside topic, English and Maths work. These can be spread throughout the week. Some activities I will set as tasks on Dojo (I will indicate this next to the activity) others I will just leave up to you but please feel free to share what you have been doing with me via Portfolios on Dojo

  • Play Kim’s Game: http://www.helpmykidlearn.ie/activities/5-7/detail/kims-game
  • Record a short video telling me what you have enjoyed this half term (task)
  • Snuggle up and watch a movie (popcorn and drinks optional)
  • Read a book on Rising Stars Reading Planet
  • Do some physical activity each day (30 mins approx) this might be a walk, run, dance, Joe Wicks, football, Yoga or anything else you might enjoy
  • Help your adult with a job in the house

Friday 5th February

Thursday 4th February

Phonics

Wednesday 3rd February

Phonics

Tuesday 2nd February

Phonics

Monday 1st February

Phonics

Writing

Segmenting for spelling game (Please select Phase 2 and if your child is confident with this move onto Phase 3)

You may log in with the following details:

username: jan21

password: home

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/resources/phase/2/space-race

Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/early-years/shape-monsters

Topic

Activities for the week – Children’s Mental Health Week 2021

This week is Children’s Mental Health Week. I have tried to pick out some of the activities from the information we have sent out via letter that might be appropriate for Reception.

Please see below for a list of suggested activities for this week to go alongside topic, English and Maths work. These can be spread throughout the week. Some activities I will set as tasks on Dojo (I will indicate this next to the activity) others I will just leave up to you but please feel free to share what you have been doing with me via Portfolios on Dojo.

  • Spend some time talking to those around you or those you love either in person or on the phone
  • Create a scene, place or thing using construction equipment – This could be lego, blocks, sticks or anything you can find in your home
  • Listen to an audiobook or meditation to help you relax
  • Draw a self portrait
  • Read a book on Rising Stars Reading Planet
  • Do some physical activity each day (30 mins approx) this might be a walk, run, dance, Joe Wicks, football, Yoga or anything else you might enjoy
  • Help your adult with a job in the house
  • Dough Disco

Friday 29th January

Phonics

Thursday 28th January

Phonics

Wednesday 27th January

Phonics

Maths

Please see link below for a game to play to promote discussion around 3D shape:

https://nrich.maths.org/10387

Tuesday 26th January

Phonics

Topic

Monday 25th January

Phonics

Writing

Maths

Topic

https://iheartcraftythings.com/preschool-space-craft-marbled-planets.html

Activities for the week

Please see below for a list of suggested activities for this week to go alongside topic, English and Maths work. These can be spread throughout the week. Some activities I will set as tasks on Dojo (I will indicate this next to the activity) others I will just leave up to you but please feel free to share what you have been doing with me via Portfolios on Dojo.

  • Bake or cook something and share it with your family
  • Practise your photography skills. Take your own picture of something – that might be in your house, garden or out on a walk
  • Read a book on Rising Stars Reading Planet
  • Do some physical activity each day (30 mins approx) this might be a walk, run, dance, Joe Wicks, football, Yoga or anything else you might enjoy
  • Help your adult with a job in the house
  • Dough Disco

Friday 22nd January

Phonics

Thursday 21st January

Phonics

Wednesday 20th January

Phonics

Maths

https://pbskids.org/curiousgeorge/busyday/ten/

Topic

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Isic2Z2e2xs&list=PL1z7VNet8IWZlbZEDweELuAXoTHHeXJex

Tuesday 19th January

Phonics

Monday 18th January

Phonics

Writing (weekly activity to be completed over the week)

Maths

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08q3zx7/numberblocks-series-2-blast-off

Topic

Activities for the week

Please see below for a list of suggested activities for this week to go alongside topic, English and Maths work. These can be spread throughout the week. Some activities I will set as tasks on Dojo (I will indicate this next to the activity) others I will just leave up to you but please feel free to share what you have been doing with me via Portfolios on Dojo.

  • Practise your counting this week and then record a video of you counting (task)
  • Make your own musical instrument.
  • Make up a dance to your favourite song.
  • Have an indoor/outdoor picnic at your house.
  • Read a book on Rising Stars Reading Planet
  • Do some physical activity each day (30 mins approx) this might be a walk, run, dance, Joe Wicks, football, Yoga or anything else you might enjoy
  • Help your adult with a job in the house
  • Dough Disco (see link below)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrBsNhwxzgc

Friday 15th January

Phonics

Thursday 14th January

Phonics

Maths

Wednesday 13th January

Phonics

Topic

The children in class are going to explore using torches this week – I wonder if you could do the same at home!

Tuesday 12th January

Phonics

Monday 11th January

Phonics

Writing (weekly activity to be completed one day this week)

Maths

Topic

Activities for the Week

Please see below for a list of suggested activities for this week to go alongside topic, English and Maths work. These can be spread throughout the week. Some activities I will set as tasks on Dojo (I will indicate this next to the activity) others I will just leave up to you but please feel free to share what you have been doing with me via Portfolios on Dojo

  • Practise your turn taking by playing a game with an adult or your family (Task)
  • Read a book on Rising Stars Reading Planet
  • Make your own star like we have in the classroom for your adult to move your name onto when you are working hard
  • Do some physical activity each day (30 mins approx) this might be a walk, run, dance, Joe Wicks, football, Yoga or anything else you might enjoy
  • Help your adult with a job in the house
  • Dough Disco (see link below)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrBsNhwxzgc

Friday 8th January

Topic Work – This afternoon the children in class will be exploring Google Earth with me. We will be looking at the Earth, our continent of Europe, locating England and our school using the street view. We are also going to help children locate their own home. It would be great for you to have a go at this activity at home. If you do and you want to share what you have discussed or found please use the portfolio on Class Dojo to do this.

Thursday 7th January

Please check your tasks on Class Dojo for Reception’s first task (don’t worry it’s a lovely one!) Please see the guide below on how to access this.

Welcome to our Reception Home Learning Page. On this page we will keep you up to date with what the children are learning in class and what you can do to support this further at home, including some handy resources. I also know that often the way we teach things in school is very different to how we learnt as adults when we were in school so I will also create some guides to how I am delivering learning in class in order to help when you are working with your child at home.

Please keep checking back to see our latest content.

As always if there is anything extra you think would be useful or you want to speak to me about anything at all please do not hesitate to speak to me after school or via email or Class Dojo.

Week Beginning Monday 4th January 2021

Phonics

Maths

Topic

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Little-Kids-First-Book-Space/dp/1426310145/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2VT251LI5Z8U4&dchild=1&keywords=little+kids+first+big+book+of+space&qid=1609692584&quartzVehicle=77-989&replacementKeywords=little+kids+first+big+book+of&sprefix=little+kids+%2Caps%2C278&sr=8-1

This week on our topic lessons we will be beginning our new topic ‘Space’

We will be reading the book Beegu by Alexis Deacon and developing our understanding of discussion and prediction using this book.

We will be focussing on learning about the Earth and Sun this week and will learn about our own planet and the sun. We will explore seasons and how shadows are created.

Happy Christmas Everyone

Hello Everyone,

Please see below for Reception’s gorgeous Christmas song performance! The children have worked so hard learning the words and actions despite being so tired and ready for their Christmas break.

We are so proud of our Reception children and how well they have settled into school during the last few months. With many of them having missed out on key weeks at nursery and preschool before starting with us we are overwhelmed by the progress they have made and they amaze us every day with their maturity and resilience.  

May I take this opportunity to say a massive thank you to you all for all your support and kindness this term. I feel very blessed to work at such an amazing school with such incredible parents – It really does make my job easier especially during such turbulent times.

I hope you and your families have the most wonderful Christmas and I look forward to seeing you all rested and refreshed in January

Miss Martin

Letters and Sounds Remote Teaching and Parent information from English Hubs

Below is a link to home learning resources including remote teaching videos that our English Hub School have shared with us. The remote teaching clips follow our Letters and Sounds Programme and are available to you to use to support your child at home. This can be either in the case of school absence but also as a support alongside in class teaching to ensure your child is making the best possible progress! Any questions you may have about this please do not hesitate to contact us at school.

https://www.lettersandsounds.org.uk/for-home/overview

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