Reception Home Learning: Friday 24th April 2020

Good morning ! It’s Friday and the beginning of Ramadan.

 

Ramadan Mubarak to those families who are celebrating.

Wake up, Shake up

Register time

Can you write a list of names and read them aloud ? Don’t forget that names need a CAPITAL letter at the beginning.

Literacy

Make sure you know the story of Jack and the Beanstalk.

Click on the link to watch it again and think about who’s in the story (the characters), where the story happens (the setting), and what happens first, next and last (the sequence).

Can you use what you know about the story to fill in this sheet?

If you access to a printer, you can print the sheet here.

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Now choose one of the characters in the story, draw a picture of that character in your work book and label it.

Phonics

Blend the sounds and say the words:

Watch and read the words:

 

Play this blending game at https://www.phonicsplay.co.uk/member-only/PictureMatch.html

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Remember the yes and no game that we learned ? You can play it here. Read each question and think ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

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Maths

Listen and join in with this pattern song again:

Can you make up a pattern using sounds and actions?

Here are some examples;

Clap – nod – clap – nod– clap – nod
Clap-clap-click-clap-clap-click
Stomp-clap-clap-stomp-clap-clap

Look at these patterns below. Can you describe them and then continue them ?

Now have a look for some repeating patterns in your home.

Perhaps you could take photograph of them or draw them in your work book.

Home Learning Pack

In your home learning pack you’ll find a red piece of paper with a pin wheel pattern on it.

Here are the instructions to help you make the pin wheel:Instructions for pinwheel using coloured paper

When you’ve made your pinwheel, put it in a safe place.

Relax and Unwind

 

Note to parents:

Please remember to share any activities you are doing with your children at home and if you have any questions, we will be happy to reply in the comments section below.

Thank you, stay safe and keep in touch.

Mrs Chowdhury, Mrs McCutcheon and Mrs Smith

 

 

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