Friday 22nd January 2021
Thursday 21st January 2021
Wenesday 20th January 2021
Tuesday 19th January 2021
Good Morning Everyone,
Well done to Harry, Finley, Onyx and Annabelle for completing my challenge yesterday. I can't wait to see who completes today's challenge! This weeks zoom session will take place on Thursday, the Acorns will be at 11 o'clock and the Chestnuts will be at 11.30. We will send the zoom code just before the session. Have a lovely day.
Monday 18th January 2021
Good Morning Acorns and Chestnuts, just a note about some of the activities we have planned for this week. We know there are some worksheets/games for you if you have a printer. If you do not have access to a printer, please don't worry. You can draw and colour in your own finger puppets and create your own games on paper. The things we have provided are just ideas. I hope this helps.
Friday 15th January 2021
Thursday 14th January 2021
Wednesday 13h January 2021
If you haven’t got any string to make your journey stick you could collect the items in a bag, then lay them out in order when you get back inside.
To find out more about journey sticks follow the link below:
I will be on the emails today so don’t hesitate to get in touch. I would love to hear what you have been up to.
P.S. Who spotted my dog on the video?! Sorry about the wobbly filming by my son!
Tuesday 12th January 2021
Good morning everyone,
I forgot to mention on my video about a Zoom call we are going to do. This is going to take place on Thursday 14th January at 11.30. We are going to do these weekly to stay in touch with the children and so that the children can keep in touch with their friends. We will say hello and play a little game. It will be no longer than 20 minutes. A text message will be sent out with the zoom code. When zooming, can you please ensure an adult is present in the room throughout the zoom call.
Monday 11th January 2021
A few extra links to support with today;
BBC 2 are starting a programme of learning starting at 9 am today. I will be watching to see how appropriate/what is appropriate for Reception aged children. We will keep you updated.
The Big Bird Watch
Good morning everyone, we hope you have had a peaceful Christmas holiday and you are ready for your home learning. Please find each weeks home learning in the tabs along the side. You will also find some additional worksheets if you would like extra things to keep the children busy.
Each day we will give you additional daily challenges and messages to keep you smiling. Please remember the most important thing for your Reception child throughout this time is 'play'. In school, your child would have been learning through play, so allowing this to continue will ensure your child stays happy, healthy and continue their learning journey.
If you have any questions, please email; firstname.lastname@example.org (for both classes) and someone will get back to you as soon as possible. Please also share any work you do with your children, we would love to see it!
There are lots of websites providing free resources during this period of home learning. We will list them below;
White Rose Maths: This website is used for our main maths curriculum in school, these will be incorporated into the learning each week, however the website has some great videos and worksheet for additional learning.
Reading activities and free e-books: Oxford Owl is a great website for free e-books. They have a range of levels including picture books and books with words for the children to read. We recommend the children look at lilac, pink or red books.
Numberblocks and Alphablocks on CBebbies: These are both great educational programmes on the Cbebbies Iplayer.
PE with Joe (Mon/Wed/Fri): A 20 minute fitness class for all the family.
Oak National Academy: An online learning portal created for the pandemic.
Daily speed sound lessons can be found following the attached link;
When teaching young children phonics, it is really important you are using 'pure sounds' with the children. Please watch the video below to remind yourselves of how these sound.