Home Learning in Reception
Here you will find daily learning that you can access during this current lockdown. All the activities posted here will be accessed by our key worker children in school too. Please continue to send in photographs and examples of work completed, when you can to:
Well done everyone! Times are certainly tough at the moment but whatever your personal circumstances, you are doing a great job! Keep it up and just do your best but please don't stress! We are here to help and support you in any way we can.
Take care and stay safe
Mrs Lakin & Ms Cummins
Read Write Inc Video Links
Tune in to the 'Ruth Miskin Training' YouTube channel for a daily speed sound lesson. The films will be available from 9:30am and you can access them for 24 hours. Here is a link to the playlist where you can find set 1 and 2 speed sounds.
A Guide to Support Pencil Grip
Share the power point story Ten Little Lights and discuss. Talk to you child about describing words and ask them to describe, in detail, what they can see in the illustrations. Talk about anything that links to the winter and again think of describing words that can be used.
Chose one of the winter list templates. Ask your child to think about words to describe the picture. Encourage your child to write a list of describing words about the picture they have chosen. Support your child with independent writing as much as possible helping them to use their phonic knowledge to work out some of the letters they will need, to write the words. If they are struggling, say the sounds in the word they wish to write in an exaggerated way. Write down the word, as a last resort, to show your child which letters they will need. Allow your child to copy underneath each letter. Always use a pencil, not a pen, biro or felt tip.
Have concrete manipulatives, such as real or toy cakes or cubes available for children to recreate the cakes in the picture.
The focus of this activity is to show how a whole 9% cakes) can be sorted into two parts (two types of cake). Guide the discussion about how the whole can be sorted into two parts, to consolidate the key language of whole and parts, e.g. "you sorted the cakes by moving them into two parts, now put them back together to show the whole again".
What can you see in the picture?
What are their parts? How many cupcakes are there? How many doughnuts ae there?
How many are there altogether? What is the whole?
How many doughnuts will Aidan's toy get? How many cupcakes will Ella's toy get?
Reception Isolation Period
Monday 7th December to Tuesday 15th December 2020
Please go to the Reception Home Learning page on this website for information regarding daily learning activities
Mrs Lakin & Mrs Bundy
Hello and Welcome!
Welcome to our Reception class page. We have had an extremely busy start to the new academic year and I am thrilled to say that our children are settling in very well, getting used to the routines of the school day and are having lots of fun whilst learning through exploring activities in their new classroom. We will be adding lots of information to this page over the coming weeks so please stay tuned.