Welcome to our Reception class!
Mrs Kemp, Mrs Burgess & Miss Clarke
Please find attached 'Week 13' home learning note home — click on the PDF document uploaded on this page to see this weeks suggested activities.
Welcome to the Summer term.
This half term we are starting the term reading Jack and the Beanstalk. In the coming weeks, we will also be reading Stanley's Stick and Rainbow Fish along with other stories that you will be able to access online at home.
We hope you will continue our Read Write Inc sessions by accessing the daily Ruth Miskin phonics lessons available on YouTube online. The children will then be able to keep practising segmenting, blending and writing words with 3, 4 and 5 sounds. The children love our celebrations, the alligator chomp, the bubble gum clap and the cheese grater were our new favourites, maybe they can show you them?
If you have read all of the colour banded books that have been sent home, log on to 'Reading Owl,' register to gain access to all of the 'free e library books.' Choose a book that matches the colour band that your child is currently reading from using the drop down menu.
This half term, we will be sending lots of problem solving activities, addition and subtraction by counting on or back on a number line and finding one more and one less. We hope you also get chance to practise your number formation. This can be done on an ipad, in sand or using a paintbrush and water.
We hope you are staying fit and healthy. Remember to watch the Joe Wicks 30 minute PE lesson that he is uploading daily or Watch a 'Cosmic kids yoga adventure' available online. If the weather is nice, now could be the time to start practising your ball skills outside. Things to practise are throwing and catching up in the air and against a wall, dribbling with a football, aiming at a target and most importantly having fun!
www.phonicsplay.co.uk -- some nice games for practising phonics
www.topmarks.co.uk- maths games to play at home
www.cbeebies.co.uk -- the games are super for the children to practise their mouse skills on a computer