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Half Term week

This week there won’t be any daily challenges. We would like you to keep reading and spelling your key words. If we were in school we would have started by learning to spell the teddy words and work through the cards in order. Also keep practising your handwriting working on the different letter groups (caterpillars, robots, ladders and zig zags). You could write a sentence a day about what you are getting up to in half term.

In Maths please continue to play Maths games using cards, ordering numbers, missing numbers. I will attach a few links to Maths games and ideas you can use. 

Also remember to log on to Bug Club and Phonics Play to help with your reading a phonics. 

Oi Frog! - Books Alive! Read Aloud book for kids. Enjoy listening to Oi Frog a story we have enjoyed this year at school. 🐸

Books Alive! Read aloud Oi Frog! The First in the hilarious rhyming children's "Oi" book series by Kes Gray and Jim Field. Who sits on what? Frog is in for a...

Oi duck billed platypus - Another book from the series of Oi books

Books Alive! Read aloud Oi duck billed platypus by Kes Gray and Jim Field. These Oi books just bet better and better they're brilliant! This one deals with a...

Well done spiders and butterflies. We are so proud of your brilliant home school learning. Here are just some photos of what you’ve been doing.

We have uploaded lots of books on to Bug Club for the children to read. Please could the children access this resource for their reading. We will check this regularly to see if we need to add more books. Many thanks. Mrs Phillips and Mrs Sykes. 📖 
If you want to have a good sing song don't forget to look at the music page on the website. Sing Up's learn at home is up and running!  

Friday 24th April

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Eric Carle reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar

See Eric Carle, the author of The Very Hungry Caterpillar, reading this classic Puffin picture book out loud. An exclusive glimpse of this incredible book an...

White Rose Maths

Supertato Veggies Assembled - Books Alive! Read Aloud book for kids

Books Alive! Read aloud Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet's fantastically funny bestselling superhero franchise Supertato! Watch out evil Pea! More funny reads here...

Thursday 23rd April

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Telling the time

White Rose Maths Thursday 23rd April

Wednesday 22nd April

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Supertato Run Veggies Run - Books Alive! Read Aloud book for kids

This book links with Day 3 of the White Rose Maths activities. Books Alive! Read aloud The 3rd book in the amazing super spud franchise by Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet Supertato Run Veggies Run!

Tuesday 21st April

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Monday 20th April

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Welcome back. Happy hopping today!

Supertato - this book links with the learning for White Rose

Books Alive! Read aloud the first instalment of the ground breaking, earth shattering superhero franchise - SUPERTATO! By Sue Hendra and Paul Linnet More fun...

Week beginning 13th April

Hi Spiders, Butterflies, parents and carers.

I hope the Easter bunny came to your houses! Did you eat lots of chocolate? 

This week we won’t be adding daily challenges. We would like you to practice reading keywords (all of the picture cards from the teddy on) and then writing them. Also please keep practising your handwriting including your name, in the groups (caterpillars, robots, ladders and zig-zags). Writing a sentence a day will also help maybe using the keywords.

In maths please could you learn and practise numbers to 20 and beyond if you can. You can order forwards and back with number cards and orally. Please practice part part whole, splitting 5 in all the different ways then numbers 6 7 8 9 and 10. 

Please read the books on Bug Club too. 

 

We will be adding a quiz on today with some questions, have some fun answering them and please as always upload to Tapestry.

😁🌞

 

Quiz for Spiders and Butterflies-please upload answers to Tapestry

Quiz for Spiders and Butterflies-please upload answers to Tapestry 1

Subtraction smash- make the number of balls of play dough, then squash the given number, how many are left?

Thursday 9th April

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Coins - can you identify the coins?

Wednesday 8th April

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The Beginner's Bible: The Easter Story

Listen and watch the Easter story.

Tuesday 7th April

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The Easter story

Design and make an Easter card

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Monday 6th April

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Friday 3rd April

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Thursday 2nd April

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You will need two cups and your pop cubes for this game.

I spy with my little eye

Have a go at playing I spy with someone in your family. Start by saying I spy with my little something beginning with..... the other person then has to guess what you are looking at starting with the same letter. Don’t give it away by looking at the object. When they have guessed write it down and switch over. Post your list of I spies on Tapestry for us to see. Happy spying! 

Five Minutes Peace Stories for kids

Have a listen and enjoy this story!

Wednesday 1st April

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Tuesday 31st March

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A shape hunt!

Monday 30th March

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Hope you all had a good weekend. Today’s challenge is a list of the names of everyone in your family!

Books for Kids Read Aloud: (A Jill Murphy Storybook Collection) A Piece of Cake

Enjoy another Jill Murphy story! What exercises could you do?

Would you rather questions- we have used similar questions in school during P4C

Friday 27th March

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Can you tell a story? Can you act it out? Can you write it?

Peace at Last by Jill Murphy - Children's Story Read Aloud by This Little Piggy

Jill Murphy has been our author for this term. Peace at last is on of my favourites! Have a listen.

What other nosies do you think you might hear around your house at night time?

Thursday 26th March

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A maths game you will need a number line to 20, it can be handwritten.

The Tiger who Came to Tea read aloud by Books Read Aloud for Kids

Enjoy listening to The Tiger who came to Tea.

What would you do if a tiger came to tea? Can you draw a picture of the tiger enjoying his tea with Sophie?

Wednesday 25th March

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A maths challenge, you will need your pop cubes today!

Tuesday 24th March

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Today is a phonics challenge. This video will be uploaded to Tapestry too.

Phonics with noughts and crosses

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Monday 23rd March

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Watch the video to find out your challenge.

Keep a daily routine

Keep a daily routine 1

PE every morning Monday-Friday 9am with Joe Wicks- keep active!

https://www.thebodycoach.com/blog/pe-with-joe-1254.html

Useful websites to support EYFS learning during the school closure

 

Please remember to share any learning, activities and fun the children have on Tapestry so that we can keep a track of them. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us via Tapestry.

Twinkl.com   - sign up for access for free teaching resources- download for free, click top right hand corner

 

Curriculum visions- https://www.curriculumvisions.com/indexEnglish.html#  sign up for free to access

Literacy

Bug club- to access reading books https://www.activelearnprimary.co.uk/login?e=-1&c=0

 

https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/access free interactive phonics phase 2, 3, 4

Username: march20

Password: home

 

https://www.bbc.co.uk/teach/school-radio/nursery-rhymes-a-to-z-index/z4ddgwx

 

Maths

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button number bonds practise up to 10

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/Search.aspx?Subject=37

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/teddy-numbers

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/underwater-counting

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/learning-to-count/ladybird-spots

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/early-years/shape-monsters

 

http://www.crickweb.co.uk/Early-Years.html

https://www.themathsfactor.com/topics/ 

 

Movement

https://www.gonoodle.com/ movement activities

 

Please refer to the PowerPoints on the website about the Reading, Writing and Maths workshops.

Happy Mother's Day

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Other ideas for home learning

Welcome to Foundation Stage

The grown ups in Spider class are Mrs Phillips and Mrs Clist

The grown ups in Butterfly class are Mrs Sykes and Mrs Furze

 

Please encourage your child to be independent in putting their own coats on and zipping or buttoning them up. 

Please ensure drinks bottles are not put in book bags. 

 

 

Reminders

  • Please ensure ALL uniform is named and encourage independence in getting dressed and undressed, putting on coats, doing up zips etc.
  • Please could any borrowed clothes be returned as our spare clothes supplies are low. Any donations would also be gratefully received, particularly boys trousers.
  • Can I remind you that the children bring in their own book bags, coats etc at the bell at 8.50. We request that drinks bottles are not put in book bags as leakages may damage books. Children with tidy book bags will receive house points.
  • If anyone different is picking your child up please can you inform a member of staff in the morning, otherwise inform the office. Whoever is picking your child up will need to be on the contact list.
  • Please continue to check the class whiteboards and the website or Facebook for any messages.
  • If you have any worries/concerns please come and see the teachers at the end of the school day or request an appointment.
  • Thursday mornings please come in and share a book with your child from 8.30am.
  • Don’t forget to look at your child’s learning on Tapestry.  You are also able to add any exciting events and learning that happens at home.  If appropriate we do share this with the class. It also gives us a rounded picture of your child’s all round development and interests.

 

 Thank you for your continued support with your child’s education and we look forward to a successful term.

         

          Foundation Stage.

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