Here is an example of a timetable you could complete with your child at home. Keeping to a timetable will organise your day and help keep you and your child calm and comfortable. Making for a more enjoyable experience. I will change the activities often.
These are just IDEAS please do not feel pressure to complete all of these tasks.
keep scrolling for some extra ideas and websites to help with your child’s learning, I will change these weekly. Remember you are still expected to read with your child everyday.
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Weekly Home learning Timetable
PE- the body coach is going LIVE each morning at 9am with a PE session for all ages.
Phonics - These times have changed - please find new times:
9.30am - SET 1 - speed sounds
9.45am- SET 1 - word time
10.00am- SET 1 - spelling
10am - SET 2 - Speed Sounds and Word Time
10.15 am - SET 2 - spelling
If you would like to challenge your child further - let them have a go at Set 3
10.30am - SET 3 - Speed Sounds and Word Time
10.45am - SET 3 spelling
Youtube channel for phonics - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCo7fbLgY2oA_cFCIg9GdxtQ
Lesson 1 - Listen and enjoy There’s a Monster in Your Book by
Encourage your child to join in with blowing and making the loud noise to get the monster out of the book. Discuss how they would feel if there was a monster in one of their books. How would you try and get it out? How would you feel? How do you think the monster felt when you were trying to tickle him or shake him out? Once the monster was out of the book, why do you think we needed to get him back into the book? How do you think he felt when he was
Lesson 2 - Listen to Bedtime for Monsters by Ed Vere: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNuGGZAc-DA
Lesson 3 - Choose a monster puppet to make from one of these clips. Eight Fun To Make
Lesson 4 -Watch Monsters University Trailer:
Lesson 5 - Design and create your own special monster. This could be using junk modelling or a drawing/painting. Talk about: What shape will its head and body be? How many legs/arms will it have? Will it be spotty or stripy? Will it have multiple eyes? Will it have horns? Will it have claws? Using your own monster that you have created, make your own monster fact file for someone to read. This could include: What he/she looks like. What they eat. What it does. How it behaves, etc. Remember to use your phonics to help you spell the words.
EXTRA - Please revisit and look at the high frequency word list and Tricky words list. The link is found below this timetable. Please practice reading these and spelling them.
EXTRA - Talk 4 writing activities - https://www.talk4writing.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/R-Maxs-Jungle.pdf
https://whiterosemaths.com/homelearning/early-years/ Use the link to watch the 'how to' videos and then have a go at answering the questions.
use week 10 (29th June) 'Oliver's Vegetables'
Complete one activity a day. You can also look back at previous weeks to complete extra activities.
This week the focus is on food, where food comes from and what foods are good for us.
● What Food Keeps us Healthy?- Can you draw a plate of healthy food you could eat for dinner? It must have a vegetables on it.
● Encourage your child to stay fit and healthy by taking part in exercise. You could do Wake Up, Shake Up, Just dance to get moving.
● Create a Collage- Ask your child to draw out a number of fruits or vegetables, large enough to fill a piece of A4 paper. Provide them with a selection of colourful packaging. Can they carefully cut out the colourful pieces and stick them onto their picture to create their very own collage or colour in the fruit if you don’t have any colourful packaging or magazines.
● Shopkeeper Fun- Using toy food or old packaging, set up a food shop for your child to act out being the shopkeeper and customer. You could introduce coins to support their developing knowledge of money. Give them a notepad to use as a shopping list to encourage in the moment writing. This is a great opportunity to practise your child’s speaking and listening skills too.
● Potato Printing- Using a potato, support your child to print and explore the shapes and patterns they can create by printing. Can they make a repeated pattern using two colours? Vegetables such as carrots and peppers will also work for this activity.
A lovely book to read to explain Coronavirus to your child:
- Lego, cooking, drawing, singing, dancing, help around the house, tidy your bedroom, help your grown ups with jobs, gardening, planting.
|Home||Please read with your child EVERY DAY! Can you continue to talk about the story/ characters/ what is happening.|
EXTRA WRITING ACTIVITIES - updated 29/04/20
The writing scheme we follow in school is called Talk 4 writing. They have kindly created a home school booklet for children to complete at home. The link to access the home learning packs is here:
Just simply click on the Reception Unit and there are lots of stories/ activities to complete at home.
AFRICAN ART CHALLENGE - EXTRA ACTIVITIES. Please feel no pressure to complete these tasks.
When we go back to school, we will be taking part in a topic linked to ‘Africa’ where we will be creating lots of Art/ project work around Africa.
Could you try some of these at home this week?-
Here are some more ideas for your child’s home learning
Days of the week/ Months of the year- Practice the days of the week and order of them each day, along with months of the year. This can be done by writing the date each day at the top of their home learning.
Name writing- Your child can practice writing their name everyday. Once they can spell their first name start to practice their surname too.
Cooking- Let your child be more involved in cooking or baking. They can help you chop, mix and dish up. They could also write down and order the recipe.
Maths- This link will take you Top Marks counting games for reception children.
Child yoga- This is a great way to relax and be calm if your child starts to get restless. There are many yoga videos for children on YouTube. Here is a great breathing exercise video-
Songs- There are many songs we sing as much as possible in Reception. Here are some songs you could sing everyday.
2D shape song- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OEbRDtCAFdU
3.D shape song- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guNdJ5MtX1A
The big number song- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e0dJWfQHF8Y
Days of the week- https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mXMofxtDPUQ
months of the year- https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Fe9bnYRzFvk
Hello and welcome to Reception 1’s class page.
Here you will find important information but also see some of the wonderful learning that takes place throughout the year.
My name is Miss. Ostranica and I am very excited to be teaching Reception 1 this year.
We have been settling in to reception well, learning school routines and have had lots of chances to explore the continuous provision set up the class so far.
in reception this year we have a main focus of reading. To ensure that all children leave reception being able to read it is important to share a love of reading at school but at home also. We expect children toread at home everyday to ensure that they are given the best start to their school life.
If if you have any questions or queries please don’t hesitate to come and see me.
Miss. Ostranica and Miss. Walmsley
- All children MUST read at home every day and their reading records must be signed.
- Children must have a PE kit in school, they will be kept in class and returned at the end of each term for a wash. These. Just include their PE T-shirt, pumps and shorts.
- Reception PE takes place every Friday morning.
- Your Children must bring their school bag with them each day including the read reading book and signed reading record.
- Homework will be set each Friday and must be complete and returned by the following Wednesday.
- Please ensure your child is wearing the correct uniform each day- school top, jumper, pants/ skirt, and black school shoes.