Hello Reception class. Hope you are keeping safe and well and had a Happy Easter. Here is your learning for this week.
Read a book or read to your child every day. Listen to a Cbeebies bedtime story. https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episodes/b00jdlm2/cbeebies-bedtime-stories
Can you act out the story? Are there any words you recognise? Talk about what happened. Who are the characters? How were they feeling? Why did they act as they did?
Do some counting every day – sing some counting songs like 1,2,3,4,5 Once I caught a fish alive or 10 green bottles, count socks and pair them up, knives and forks at the table, buttons, lego bricks, anything you can find. Can you say all the number names in order to 10?
Do some exercise: Do 10 jumps, run on the spot for 10 seconds, touch your toes 10 times, hop on one leg 10 times, then hop on the other 10 times. Count as you are doing them.
R.E. Each day, practise saying the Hail Mary together with your family.
Phonics - Practise a sound each day. Watch the YouTube video to help you practise.
Phonics - Monday
Practise making the ‘s' sound like a snake. Can you find anything in your house that starts with ‘s’? snake spoon sausage
Practise writing the letter. Remember to start at the top.
Phonics - Tuesday
Practise making the ‘a' sound as in apple. Can you find anything in your house that starts with ‘a’? apple ant
Write the letter. Write the c shape first, then go up and back down, lead out.
Phonics - Wednesday
Practise making the ‘t' sound as in tower. Can you find anything in your house that starts with ‘t’? tower toy towel
Write the letter. Start at the top.
Phonics - Thursday
Practise making the ‘p' sound like in pirate. Can you find anything in your house that starts with ‘p’? pirate pig pink
Write the letter. Start at the top, go straight down, back up and around.
Phonics - Friday
What words can you make with the letters – s, a, t, p?
at, sat, pat, pats, sap, asp
Use your sounds to say them. If you have magnetic letters, make the words. Can you write them?
This week make a number book for the numbers 1-5. Each day make a page of your book for one number. Watch the Numberblocks video for each number.
Monday – 1 https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzzns/numberblocks-series-1-one
Tuesday – 2 https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzgt8/numberblocks-series-1-two
Wednesday – 3 https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08bzgxx/numberblocks-series-1-three
Thursday – 4 https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08d61cv/numberblocks-series-1-four
Friday – 5 https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b08d630h/numberblocks-series-1-five
Find things around your house to do with that number. Draw, stick, take pictures of anything in your house to do with that number e.g draw 1 cat, collect 3 buttons, take a picture of 5 teddy bears. Show the number on your fingers. Can you write each number in your book? Challenge: Can you say how many objects there are (up to 3) without counting them? Can you say what is 1 more or 1 less than each number up to 5? Count backwards from 5.
Look out your window or have a look around if you are out for a walk - can you see any signs of Spring? Draw a picture of what you saw. Lots of animals have their babies in Spring. Find out what the names of the babies of: sheep, ducks, cows, horses, pigs. Can you find the names of any other baby animals? Write a list of all baby animals you find.
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