Good morning reception! Who can tell me what day it is today?
Here’s a days of the week song to help you remember:
Let’s get our bodies moving with a Wake Up, Shake Up!
Daily Maths Meeting
Our number of the week is: 29
10 + 10 + 9 = 29
How many tens and how many ones can you see ?
Use your story map to begin writing the story in your workbook. Don’t forget; use your phonics to spell words, finger spaces, capital letters, full stops and reread it, to make sure it sounds right.
Next complete this worksheet from your home learning pack:
Can you say the phase 3 sounds and read the tricky words ?
Join in with the alphabet song:
Can you complete the worksheet below?
Listen to the song below:
Now look at your hundred square:
Can you read the numbers ? Say a number, then find it on the hundred square. Skip count in 2s, read the numbers backwards and forwards (from 0 to 20). Can you read all the tens numbers? 10, 20, 30, 40….
Relax and Unwind with a story:
Note to parents:
Keep in touch and if you’re happy to share photographs of your child’s work with us – please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Have a good weekend.
Mrs Chowdhury, Mrs McCutcheon and Mrs Smith.